Juvenal and the Satiric Emotions.

By: Keane, CatherineMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Cary : Oxford University Press, 2014Description: 1 online resource (265 p.)ISBN: 9780199981908Subject(s): Juvenal -- Criticism and interpretation | Satire -- History and criticism | Verse satire -- History and criticismGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Juvenal and the Satiric EmotionsDDC classification: 877.01 LOC classification: PA6448 -- .K436 2015ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
""Juvenal and the Satiric Emotions""; ""Copyright""; ""Contents""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Note on Texts and Translations""; ""Introduction""; ""Generalizing about Juvenal""; ""Satire and Affect""; ""Satiric Emotions as Subjects and Tools""; ""Themes in Roman Satire Studies""; ""How to Do Things with Feelings""; ""Chapter 1 Anger Games""; ""The Indignant Performer""; ""The Contexts of Juvenalian Anger""; ""The Rhetoric Student at Work""; ""Histories of Anger""; ""Suppression, Contestation, Compensation""; ""Anger between Friends""; ""Chapter 2 Monstrous Misogyny and the End of Anger""
""Bringing It All Back Home""""Farrago and Phantasia""; ""A Look in the Mirror""; ""Passing On the Burden""; ""Chapter 3 Change, Decline, and the Progress of Satire""; ""The Janus View""; ""Anger without Eloquence""; ""Ante Ora Parentum""; ""Sermo and Sirens""; ""Chapter 4 Considering Tranquility""; ""Democritus on Display""; ""Beyond Laughter""; ""Democritus in Rome?""; ""Demolition and Reinvention""; ""The Senecan Model""; ""The Satirist behind Closed Doors""; ""Outside-In Satire""; ""Reclaiming a Legacy""; ""Chapter 5 The Praegrandis Senex""; ""Rethinking the Grand Narrative""
""The Satiric Senex and the Emotional Plot""""Old Men and Sermo""; ""Nestor Redivivus""; ""Not Your Father�s Ira""; ""On Reading the End, or “You and What Army?�""; ""Conclusion""; ""Bibliography""; ""Index Locorum""; ""General Index""
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""Juvenal and the Satiric Emotions""; ""Copyright""; ""Contents""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Note on Texts and Translations""; ""Introduction""; ""Generalizing about Juvenal""; ""Satire and Affect""; ""Satiric Emotions as Subjects and Tools""; ""Themes in Roman Satire Studies""; ""How to Do Things with Feelings""; ""Chapter 1 Anger Games""; ""The Indignant Performer""; ""The Contexts of Juvenalian Anger""; ""The Rhetoric Student at Work""; ""Histories of Anger""; ""Suppression, Contestation, Compensation""; ""Anger between Friends""; ""Chapter 2 Monstrous Misogyny and the End of Anger""

""Bringing It All Back Home""""Farrago and Phantasia""; ""A Look in the Mirror""; ""Passing On the Burden""; ""Chapter 3 Change, Decline, and the Progress of Satire""; ""The Janus View""; ""Anger without Eloquence""; ""Ante Ora Parentum""; ""Sermo and Sirens""; ""Chapter 4 Considering Tranquility""; ""Democritus on Display""; ""Beyond Laughter""; ""Democritus in Rome?""; ""Demolition and Reinvention""; ""The Senecan Model""; ""The Satirist behind Closed Doors""; ""Outside-In Satire""; ""Reclaiming a Legacy""; ""Chapter 5 The Praegrandis Senex""; ""Rethinking the Grand Narrative""

""The Satiric Senex and the Emotional Plot""""Old Men and Sermo""; ""Nestor Redivivus""; ""Not Your Father�s Ira""; ""On Reading the End, or “You and What Army?�""; ""Conclusion""; ""Bibliography""; ""Index Locorum""; ""General Index""

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In her first book--Figuring Genre in Roman Satire (CH, Dec'06, 44-1969)--Keane (Washington Univ., St. Louis) explored the generic basis of Roman verse satire; in this new book, she explores the function of emotion in the corpus of Juvenal. Keane argues that Juvenal put emotional reaction at the center of his satiric project, and she insists that the diverse emotionality of the satires stretches beyond the first six indignant satires. One view of Juvenal's poetic career posits a vigorous, angry, youthful satirist whose power declines as he ages; another view sees a poet who shifts from the persona of an angry man to that of a tranquil man. Keane challenges both views with a nuanced reading of all 16 poems, showing a poet consistently engaged in exploring the relationships (ironic, nuanced, complex) between emotions and satiric judgments. The book is clearly organized with a single chapter devoted to each of Juvenal's five books; subheadings assist those interested in discovering Keane's perspective on any single satire. In addition, Keane frequently brings other texts, some expected, others novel, into the discussion to illuminate Juvenal's position. In sum, this book significantly advances the study of Juvenal; students of satire should read it. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Upper-division undergraduates through faculty. --Max Leo Goldman, Vanderbilt University

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Catherine Keane is Associate Professor of Classics at Washington University in St. Louis. She is the author of Figuring Genre in Roman Satire (2006) and A Roman Verse Satire Reader (2010).

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