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Reception and the Classics : An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Classical Tradition

By: Brockliss, William.
Contributor(s): Chaudhuri, Pramit | Haimson Lushkov, Ayelet | Wasdin, Katherine.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Yale Classical Studies: Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2011Description: 1 online resource (200 p.).ISBN: 9781139204569.Subject(s): Classicism -- Congresses | Literature -- Congresses | Motion pictures -- Congresses | Music -- Congresses | Reader-response criticism -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Reception and the Classics : An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Classical TraditionDDC classification: 880.09 LOC classification: PN56.C6 R43 2011Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; RECEPTION AND THE CLASSICS: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Classical Tradition; Title; Copyright; Contents; Notes on contributors; Acknowledgements; CHAPTER 1 Introduction; PRACTICING RECEPTION: ORGANIZATION AND THEMES; PART I Reception between Transmission and Philology; CHAPTER 2 "Arouse the dead": Mai, Leopardi, and Cicero''s commonwealth in Restoration Italy; A CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR THE POPE; "SCOPRITOR FAMOSO"; TWO MEN IN SEARCH OF A PALIMPSEST; "CICERO IS A LADY"; WHAT PRICE CONSTITUTIONALISM?; CHAPTER 3 Honor culture, praise, and Servius' Aeneid
Praising person X to make a point about person YPraising person X for quality A to excuse mention of quality B; Praising person X for A while implicitly blaming him for B; Praising person X for A to imply that he lacks B; CHAPTER 4 Joyce and modernist Latinity; KYRIE ELEISON!; CHAPTER 5 Lyricus vates: musical settings of Horace''s Odes; THE CARMEN SAECULARE; DISCOGRAPHY OF RECORDINGS CITED; PART II Reception as Self-Fashioning; CHAPTER 6 Petrarch''s epistolary epic: Letters on Familiar Matters (Rerum familiarum libri); CHAPTER 7 The first British Aeneid: a case study in reception
CHAPTER 8 Ovid''s witchcraftCHAPTER 9 The streets of Rome: the classical Dylan; TAMING THE PROUD: THE CASE OF VIRGIL; INTO EXILE WITH OVID; THE LA REPUBBLICA INTERVIEW; IN RAY GOOCH'S LIBRARY; AN ITALIAN POET FROM THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY; SMOOTH LIKE A RHAPSODY: HOMER, DYLAN, AND PERFORMANCE VARIATION; PART III Envoi; CHAPTER 10 Reception and the Classics; Bibliography; Index
Summary: Scholars from several disciplines recast reception studies and the classical tradition through the lens of philology and early modern studies.
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Cover; RECEPTION AND THE CLASSICS: An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Classical Tradition; Title; Copyright; Contents; Notes on contributors; Acknowledgements; CHAPTER 1 Introduction; PRACTICING RECEPTION: ORGANIZATION AND THEMES; PART I Reception between Transmission and Philology; CHAPTER 2 "Arouse the dead": Mai, Leopardi, and Cicero''s commonwealth in Restoration Italy; A CHRISTMAS PRESENT FOR THE POPE; "SCOPRITOR FAMOSO"; TWO MEN IN SEARCH OF A PALIMPSEST; "CICERO IS A LADY"; WHAT PRICE CONSTITUTIONALISM?; CHAPTER 3 Honor culture, praise, and Servius' Aeneid

Praising person X to make a point about person YPraising person X for quality A to excuse mention of quality B; Praising person X for A while implicitly blaming him for B; Praising person X for A to imply that he lacks B; CHAPTER 4 Joyce and modernist Latinity; KYRIE ELEISON!; CHAPTER 5 Lyricus vates: musical settings of Horace''s Odes; THE CARMEN SAECULARE; DISCOGRAPHY OF RECORDINGS CITED; PART II Reception as Self-Fashioning; CHAPTER 6 Petrarch''s epistolary epic: Letters on Familiar Matters (Rerum familiarum libri); CHAPTER 7 The first British Aeneid: a case study in reception

CHAPTER 8 Ovid''s witchcraftCHAPTER 9 The streets of Rome: the classical Dylan; TAMING THE PROUD: THE CASE OF VIRGIL; INTO EXILE WITH OVID; THE LA REPUBBLICA INTERVIEW; IN RAY GOOCH'S LIBRARY; AN ITALIAN POET FROM THE THIRTEENTH CENTURY; SMOOTH LIKE A RHAPSODY: HOMER, DYLAN, AND PERFORMANCE VARIATION; PART III Envoi; CHAPTER 10 Reception and the Classics; Bibliography; Index

Scholars from several disciplines recast reception studies and the classical tradition through the lens of philology and early modern studies.

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