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Byron and Latin Culture : Selected Proceedings of the 37th International Byron Society Conference

By: Cochran, Peter.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013Description: 1 online resource (462 p.).ISBN: 9781443864251.Subject(s): Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824 | Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824 -- Knowledge -- Europe -- Congresses | English poetry -- European influences -- Congresses | Europe -- In literature -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Byron and Latin Culture : Selected Proceedings of the 37th International Byron Society ConferenceDDC classification: 821.7 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
CONTENTS; NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS; ABBREVIATIONS; INTRODUCTION; MORE ON JUVENAL; JUVENALIAN SATIRE AND BYRON; MORE ON MARTIAL; BYRON THE EPIGRAMMATIST; PAPERS ON INTERNATIONAL THEMES; THE JE NE SAIS QUOI OF BYRON'S POETRY; LITERARY ALLUSION IN BYRON'S WRITINGOF THE MEDITERRANEAN TOUR (1809-1811); CHILDISH WAYS; FROM BYRON'S GIAOUR TO BIZET'S CARMEN,VIA PUSHKIN AND MERIMÉE; PAPERS ON ITALIAN THEMES; 'FORGIVE MY FOLLY'; BYRON'S THE LAMENT OF TASSOAND THE MANNERISM OF MADNESS; ORLANDO, JUAN, AND THE OTTAVA RIMA RIDEIN PURSUIT OF NARRATIVE BLISS; BYRON AND CASTI; THE 'GIANT AFFAIR'; FALIERO'S WIFE
BYRON'S PROPHECY OF DANTE AND ITS FORM,TERZA RIMAPAPERS ON FRENCH THEMES; BYRON AND CHATEAUBRIANDINTERPRET SPAIN; BYRON, D'HERBELOT,AND ORIENTAL CULTURE; CHATEAUBRIAND AND BYRON; « POLITICS AND FEROCITY »; PAPERS ON SPANISH THEMES; BYRON'S ROMANTIC ADVENTURES IN SPAIN; RELIGION AND THE SUPERNATURALIN TIRSO DE MOLINA'S EL BURLADORAND BYRON'S DON JUAN; QUEVEDO; TWO PAPERS ON GREEK THEMES; 'MONUMENTS OF MORTAL BIRTH'; WHEN EPIC JUAN MEETS DONNA JOAN; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX
Summary: Byron and Latin Culture consists of twenty-three papers, most of which were given at the 37th International Byron Conference at Valladolid, Spain, in July 2011. An introduction by the editor describes in detail the huge influence which the major Latin poets had on Byron: his borrowings, imitations, parodies, and echoes have never been catalogued in such detail, and it becomes clear that many ideas central to Don Juan, in particular, derive from Ovid, Virgil, Petronius, Martial and the other ...
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CONTENTS; NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS; ABBREVIATIONS; INTRODUCTION; MORE ON JUVENAL; JUVENALIAN SATIRE AND BYRON; MORE ON MARTIAL; BYRON THE EPIGRAMMATIST; PAPERS ON INTERNATIONAL THEMES; THE JE NE SAIS QUOI OF BYRON'S POETRY; LITERARY ALLUSION IN BYRON'S WRITINGOF THE MEDITERRANEAN TOUR (1809-1811); CHILDISH WAYS; FROM BYRON'S GIAOUR TO BIZET'S CARMEN,VIA PUSHKIN AND MERIMÉE; PAPERS ON ITALIAN THEMES; 'FORGIVE MY FOLLY'; BYRON'S THE LAMENT OF TASSOAND THE MANNERISM OF MADNESS; ORLANDO, JUAN, AND THE OTTAVA RIMA RIDEIN PURSUIT OF NARRATIVE BLISS; BYRON AND CASTI; THE 'GIANT AFFAIR'; FALIERO'S WIFE

BYRON'S PROPHECY OF DANTE AND ITS FORM,TERZA RIMAPAPERS ON FRENCH THEMES; BYRON AND CHATEAUBRIANDINTERPRET SPAIN; BYRON, D'HERBELOT,AND ORIENTAL CULTURE; CHATEAUBRIAND AND BYRON; « POLITICS AND FEROCITY »; PAPERS ON SPANISH THEMES; BYRON'S ROMANTIC ADVENTURES IN SPAIN; RELIGION AND THE SUPERNATURALIN TIRSO DE MOLINA'S EL BURLADORAND BYRON'S DON JUAN; QUEVEDO; TWO PAPERS ON GREEK THEMES; 'MONUMENTS OF MORTAL BIRTH'; WHEN EPIC JUAN MEETS DONNA JOAN; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX

Byron and Latin Culture consists of twenty-three papers, most of which were given at the 37th International Byron Conference at Valladolid, Spain, in July 2011. An introduction by the editor describes in detail the huge influence which the major Latin poets had on Byron: his borrowings, imitations, parodies, and echoes have never been catalogued in such detail, and it becomes clear that many ideas central to Don Juan, in particular, derive from Ovid, Virgil, Petronius, Martial and the other ...

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