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Son of Homer.

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memyselfandrye
Jan. 25th, 2013 04:18 am (UTC)
Looks like a great guess
but I am surprised if it is right that George wouldn't have confirmed it and accused us of being to smart. I use "us" very loosely since I had not guessed or contributed until now.

If it is not right though, we might be barking up the wrong tree with that particular son of Homer.

Since no one knows if Homer was a real person, or when he lived exactly (it was all Oral tradition, so really hard to pin point facts) maybe we have to think outside the box. A son is in a way, a successor. Who was Homer's successor? Spiritually, I would say Virgil who wrote the Aeneid as a propaganda piece to glorify Roman history and connect it to the end of the Trojan war, making the Romans descendants of the survivors of the fall of Illium.

so an actor named Virgil? I really couldn't find one.

How can this not be about the bear? It has to be, right?

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