Iter ____ : "Journey to where we are"

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Iter ____ : "Journey to where we are"

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May 19, 2007, 9:21 pm

I have a typical scholar's problem: a fragmentary recollection of the title of a paper that I can't now locate.

The title began with a Latin phrase "Iter (something)" and it meant "The journey to where we are now," perhaps in the sense of time and/or location. The paper was part of a volume of papers published (I think) in the 1960s or 1970s on literary or historical narrative and narration (i.e., journeys to where we are now).

Is this an idiomatic Latin phrase that anyone recognizes? Can anyone suggest an idiomatic completion of the phrase that might give me enough to search on?

Many thanks.

May 20, 2007, 10:07 am

The word that suggests itself is adhuc, but it's not an especially idiomatic phrase, nor does it seem to get any interesting hits online, so I don't have much confidence that's it.

May 21, 2007, 12:59 pm

Thanks for contemplating it at least. This one may be lost forever, alas. (And I'm sure it contained just what I was looking for, whatever that was.)


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