|Unity of interpretive ideology: "enlightened" (rational) cover-up of earlier more, primitive civilizations to legitimize exploitation and profit. [ Horkheimer and Adorno]|
|Unity of information exchange: topological-topographical unification at some level for the sake of methodological disclosure and open systems. [ Serres]|
|Discontinuous, inhomogeneous, irregular dynamical textual systems: chaotic intensification of language with bifurcations, humor, and fractal resonance at all levels subject to the regulating interplay of sympathetic and parasympathetic force fields. [ Hertz-Ohmes]|
|The Odyssey: The 10-year epic is told in 40 days (from Kalypso to end).|
|Telemakhos (Books 1-4): Telemakhos and Penelope; Nestor, Menelaos; Athena|
| Adventures (Books 5-12): The hero starts with 12 ships and crews|
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Publication information: Book title: Mythology:From Ancient to Post-Modern. Contributors: Jürgen Kleist - Editor, Bruce A. Butterfield - Editor. Publisher: Peter Lang. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1992. Page number: 14.
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