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Autor Nünlist, René

Título The Ancient critic at work terms and concepts of literary criticism in Greek Scholia / René Nünlist

Publicación Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2009
Ubicación Signatura Tipo de préstamo Estado Notas
 B.Filosofía-Depósito  D13-5587    PRÉSTAMO LARGO  DISPONIBLE
Descripción física x, 447 p. ; 24 cm
Contiene: Plot -- Time -- Narrative and speech -- Focalisation -- Effects on the reader -- Gaps and omissions -- Poetic licence -- Authentication -- Style -- Allusions, hints, hidden meanings -- Characters -- Mythography -- The gods in Homer -- Homeric similes -- Epithets -- Type scenes -- Homeric speeches -- Reverse order -- Staging, performance and dramaturgy
Resumen: "The large but underrated corpus of Greek scholia, the marginal and interlinear notes found in manuscripts, is a very important source for ancient literary criticism. The evidence of the Scholia significantly adds to and enhances the picture that can be gained from studying the relevant treatises (such as Aristotle's Poetics): scholia also contain concepts that are not found in the treatises, and they are indicative of how the concepts are actually put to use in the progressive interpretation of texts. The book also demonstrates that it is vital to study both ancient terminology and the cases where a particular phenomenon is simply paraphrased. Nineteen thematic chapters provide a repertoire of the various terms and concepts of ancient literary criticism. The relevant witnesses are extensively quoted in Greek and English translation. A glossary of Greek terms (with translation) and several indices enable the book also to be used for reference."
Materia Literatura griega -- Crítica textual
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Literatura griega -- Historia y crítica
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Crítica literaria -- Grecia
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Transmisión de textos -- Grecia
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ISBN 9780521850582