Ithacan

Ithacan

(ˈɪθəkən)
adj
(Placename) of or relating to the Greek island of Ithaca or its inhabitants
n
(Placename) a native or inhabitant of Ithaca
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Others say she was an Ithacan woman sold as a slave by the Phoenicians; other, Calliope the Muse; others again Polycasta, the daughter of Nestor.
Popp is an editor at Buzzsaw, a student-run magazine at Ithaca College, and a media columnist for the school newspaper; The Ithacan.
The profusion of deictics ("this here," "this," "that") encourage the narratees to picture Athena pointing out the Ithacan landmarks to Odysseus, landmarks that for the two characters are real and visible (Buhler's "demonstratio ad oculos"), but for the narratees are of course only an example of "Deixis am Phantasma.
Whether Ithacan King, Italian Duke, failed artist, fraudulent medium or murderous madman, none question their linguistic authority and power.
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The pleasures of the Ithacan summer are bait; Ammons hopes to lure Benedict upstate.
We analyzed 22 FIPV-positive tissue samples (Veterinary Pathology Archives, Cornell University, Ithacan, NY, USA) from 11 cats with FIP.
All the students noted that they attended events that otherwise would not have been part of their college experience, or, as one student put it, "I was forced to look for and attend events and learned all about the Ithacan culture.
Significantly, the same twentieth-century audiences who are emotively stirred by retribution enacted through cinematic violence have also been less comfortable with Odysseus' slaughter of the Ithacan suitors.
Thus although the essays appearing in this collection are centered around a rather narrow debate in a single ancient text, the recognition scene between Odysseus and Penelope in the Ithacan books of the Odyssey (books 13-24), they raise questions concerning not only the way classicists approach Homer, but questions of interest to anyone attempting to read ancient texts in the original or in translation and what all readers need to consider and apply to the reading of any text, be it ancient or modern.
From Taylor Long, Editor of The Ithacan, Ithaca College: I'm sorry to be so untimely in my response, but as the year came to a close the staff of The Ithacan was very busy trying to straddle academics and the hefty task of putting out an award-winning publication.