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Poet and Audience in the Argonautica of Apollonius. Lanham, MD. Albright, W. F. 1942. ''The creation of the composite bow in Canaanite mythology,'' Journal of. Near Eastern Studies 1: 227–9. Alcock, L. 1972: 'By South Cadbury is that Camelot...': the Excavation of Cadbury Castle. 1966–1970. London. Alessio, G. C. 1984.

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Oral Tradition and Hellenistic Epic: New Directions in Apollonius of

writing was felt to create between poet and audience. Others have begun to apply ideas about Homeric oral poetics to the. Argonautica. Anatole Mori in these pages (2001) recently grounded a discussion of the political and the literary dimensions of Apollonius' text. (focusing on the figures of Arsinoë and Arete) and  ...

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Spellbinding Performance: Poet as Witch in Theocritus' Second Idyll

SPELLBINDING PERFORMANCE: POET AS WITCH IN THEOCRITUS' SECOND IDYLL. AND APOLLONIUS' ARGONAUTICA. Anne Duncan. The connection between poetry and enchantment in Greek literature is by now a familiar subject.' The poet enchants (Bilyet) his audience as a magician chants a spell or administers ...

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Bibliography

Albis, R.V., Poet and Audience in the Argonautica of Apollonius (Boulder, CO: 1996). Allen, D., 'Democratic Dis-Ease: Of Anger and the Troubling Nature of Punishment', in S.A.. Bandes (ed.), The Passions of Law (New York: 1999), pp. 191–214. —— , The World of Prometheus: The Politics of Punishing in Democratic ...

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Princeton/Stanford Working Papers in Classics

The Argonautica demands to be read as a latter-day Homeric epic that constantly draws attention to un-Homeric and para-Homeric themes and techniques. Recreating the aesthetic tastes of Apollonius and his audience means that we must explore a more complex hermeneutic negotiation than the static notions of ...

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Orpheus as an Argonaut in Apollonius Rhodius' Argonautica

Natzel, Klea gunaikon, Frauen in den “Argonautica” des Apollonios Rhodios ( Trier. 1992) 205; J. Clauss, The Best of the Argonauts. The Redefinition of the Epic Hero in. Book 1 of Apollonius's Argonautica (Berkeley 1993) 26–32; R. Albis , Poet and. Audience in the Argonautica of Apollonius (Lanham 1996) 29–31; ...

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The Argonautica: Apollonius' New Epic

D uring the Hellenistic period, Alexandria was one of the major intellectual centers of the Western world. Here writers and poets were emphasizing the ' imitative role of the poet. Poets who could produce the best imitative work were greatly admired. One of these poets was Apollonius of Rhodes. His imitative work , the ...

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APOLLONIUS AND CALLIMACHUS ON HERACLES AND

these “Callimachean” poets to the heroic-epic literary tradition. Introduction n the Argonautica of Apollonius of Rhodes the greatest hero Heracles joins the expedition together with the boy ...... Albis, R. V. 1996, Poet and Audience in the Argonautica of Apollonius, Lanham MD. AmbЭhl, A. 2004, 'Entertaining Theseus and ...

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Signs in the Song: Scientific Poetry in the Hellenistic Period

Jan 1, 2015 ... My dissertation examines the works of three poets, Aratus, Apollonius of Rhodes, and Nicander, as scientific poetry. Rather than focusing on either ..... Geographical Narrative in the Argonautica . ..... sword—necessary for attracting an audience, but also risky.10 The authority of archaic poetry, especially of ...

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Expressive Narration in Apollonius¬タル Argonautica

More than any other poetic device, similes define the genre of classical epic, since they are virtually absent from other literary genres;1 and the lively vignettes presented by similes are often among the most highly visible and memorable parts of a particular poem. In any poem, whether oral or written, the work an audience ...

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The Latin Epyllion

poets of Latin literature, who at various periods strove to emulate the. Alexandrian spirit. We believe, and rightly so, that the .... docus sang to his courtly audience. Here are the ep celestial machinery, the prophecy, the ..... When Medea in the Argonautica of Apollonius is co possible fate of being deserted in Colchis by Jason.

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Jason's Cloak and the Shield of Heracles

Shield of Heracles and to other Hesiodic poetry. Although some of the parallels in ques- tion have been noted before, many have been underplayed or overlooked. Apollonius' references to 'Hesiod' should direct the audience's reading of the Argonautica: the echoes of the Shield of Heracles focus attention on Heracles, ...

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The Bee Simile: How Vergil Emulated Apollonius in His Use of

epic poetry, Apollonius' Argonautica, and Vergil's Aeneid.1 It will be argued that the common denominator of all three ... these lines from Homer to Apollonius and from Apollonius to Vergil.2 Apollo- nius3 introduces a third function of the ... Levine and the audience for their stimulating questions. 1. L. Muellner (1990) 61: “An ...

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Jason as Love-hero in Apollonios'

Argonautika. Charles Rowan Beye. Two TENDENCIES which appear in epic poems after the time of. Homer are particularly important for understanding .... 14 Thus G. Lawall, "Apollonius' Argonautika: Jason as Anti-Hero," yeS 19 (1966) 121-69. ..... model, specifically when he goes forth to an audience with the princess.

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How rhythmical is hexameter: a statistical approach to ancient epic

singers' and audience's memory, epic poems did not emerge at once as fixed texts, but they were re- composed ... all of ancient epic poetry, both Greek and Latin, composed in one particular type of meter called hexameter? ... sample from Hesiod (Theogony), Apollonius (Argonautica, book 1), Aratos (Phainomena), Nonnos.

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THE GHOST OF HERACLES: THE LOST HERO'S HAUNTING OF

Jan 31, 2011 ... The abandonment of Heracles at the end of Book 1 in Apollonius Rhodius' Argonautica marks a ... agents, which increases markedly in the poem's second half, beginning with Book 3. KEYWORDS: ...... This comment from the omniscient narrator informs the audience of the uselessness of such prayers for ...

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Aspects of Transgression in Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica Thesis

form of a tragic play based around Euripides' Medea, and Varro Atacinus, a poet of the first century B.C., translated Apollonius Rhodius' poem into Latin, opening it up to an even wider audience. In turn, Apollonius' Argonautica was a great influence on. Virgil's Aeneid. 8. Virgil had hinted at the Argo's importance earlier in ...

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Paradoxes and Parallels in Catullus 64 Casey L. Hughes Director

its internal structure as well as the allusions made to Apollonius Rhodius' Argonautica ... This poem narrates the wedding of Peleus and Thetis, the parents of the hero Achilles. On the marriage bed lays a purple coverlet, which retells the sorrowful love story of ..... Here, the poet has explicitly stated to his audience that the.

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Flavian Poetry and its Greek Past

Collective Speech and Silence in the Argonautica of Apollonius and .... Early in the first book of Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica, the poet dedicates ..... audience. SuchaheighteningofRomanideasandthemesisnotuncommon in Valerius' epic,30 but what is its effect in this instance? First and foremost, vultures were popular in the ...

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Narratology and Interpretation

III. Narratology and the Interpretation of Epic and Lyric. Poetry. Evanthia Tsitsibakou-Vasalos. Chance or Design? Language and Plot Management in the. Odyssey. ... Apollonius Rhodius as an (anti-)Homeric Narrator: Time and. Space in the .... the pothos story actively engages the emotions of the Athenian audience.

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