Answer booklet for the exercises in The Practice of by Daniel S. Yates David S. Moore Daren S. Starnes

By Daniel S. Yates David S. Moore Daren S. Starnes

Adapted to reflect the AP data direction, The perform of data turned a school room favorite.  This version includes a variety of first-time good points to aid scholars arrange for the AP examination, plus extra simulations and statistical considering support, and directions for the TI-89 picture calculator.

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58 According to Goethe, the alternative title should have been ‘oder der beschämte Rhapsode’ (Sämtliche Werke, Zürich 1977, 693). 59 And of the Odyssey, of course, but of the latter only one passage is discussed by Socrates (at 539a), against four passages from the Iliad (at 537a, 538c, 538d, 539b). Incidentally, the same idea may lie behind Stephanus’ alternative title ἢ περὶ ποιητικῆς ἑρμηνείας. TITLE(S); THE NAMES OF THE SPEAKERS 23 of which Ion claimed that ‘it encompasses all’ (539e6), is shown by Socrates to have no relevance at all, since it is not an art: the Iliad, being itself due not to an art but to θεία μοῖρα, as poetry defies all artful analysis.

The relationship between all these sources, as well as possible influences from dramatic texts and the practice in similar cases in Latin MSS, notably those of Cicero’s dialogues, remain to be clarified. Janneke Louman also observes that in Vahlen’s edition of De legibus (1883) and in De Plinval’s Budé edition of the same dialogue (1959) the apparatus criticus does mention that ‘nomina interlocutorum desunt in codicibus’. For Cicero cp. also Andrieu (1954: 297–299). 26 INTRODUCTION 4. 1 Papyri To date no papyri of the Ion have been published.

F 534a4 ἀρύονται W F Stob. : ἀρύτονται T S 534a6 οὖσαι οὔ T W S f : οὖσαι F : οὔ Stob. 535b2 ἔρωμαι T W S : ἐρῶμαι F 535c2 οὖσιν T W F : οὖσα S 535d3 κλαίη(ι) T W S f : καὶ ἡ F (in mg κλίει vel κλαίει add. 85 539e7 ἅπαντα T W S pc (ἅ- supra οὐ)f (ἅ- supra οὐ) : οὐ πάντα S F 540c1 πρέπει T W S : πει [sic] F, πρέπειν Fpc 540d4 γνοίην T W S : γνοίη F 540d7 ἠρόμην T W S (ἠ in ras. T, ex ἐ- W, ἠ et o Spc) : ἐροίμην F 541a6 οὐκ αὖ T W S : οὐκοῦν F 541b7 στρατηγὸς T W S : στρατηγὸς ὢν F 541e5 ὅς γε T W Spc : ὥς γε F 541e6 πάλαι T W S (πά ex πο) : πολλὰ F subscriptio ἴων ἢ περὶ ἰλιάδος T W S : nulla subscriptio in F We may note that, although in nine cases (531a2, 531e9, 532b4, 532b7, 533c7, 534a6, 535d3, 536e1, 539e7) S, sometimes post correctionem, shares a reading with f (and with T W), in the other nineteen cases S (normally with T W) is opposed to F itself.

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