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A. Severi, Leggere i moderni con gli antichi e gli antichi coi moderni Petrarca, Valla e Beroaldo

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Andrea Severi, Leggere i moderni con gli antichi e gli antichi coi moderni Petrarca, Valla e Beroaldo, Bologne, 2017.

Éditeur : Pàtron
Collection : Cultura umanistica e saperi moderni
240 pages
ISBN : 9788855533843
27 €

 

Il volume raccoglie sette saggi che attraversano alcuni aspetti della cultura umanistica, fra XV e XVI secolo, seguendo sentieri poco battuti: il petrarchismo latino, la prima ricezione di Lorenzo Valla e le prove più mature del magistero del maestro bolognese Filippo Beroaldo il Vecchio. Ognuno dei contributi affronta un diverso fenomeno di ricezione e trasmissione culturale di autori antichi e moderni: in alcuni casi di moderni (Petrarca) riscritti con le parole degli antichi, in altri di autori antichi riscoperti e riproposti grazie alla mediazione dei moderni, come i sette saggi o i divieti pitagorici. Tutto questo in un periodo di transizione in cui la lingua latina non sente più molto salda la sua egemonia in campo culturale.

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S. Frangoulidis et S. Harrison (éd.), Life, Love and Death in Latin Poetry: Studies in Honor of Theodore D. Papanghelis

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Stavros Frangoulidis et Stephen Harrison (éd.), Life, Love and Death in Latin Poetry: Studies in Honor of Theodore D. Papanghelis, Berlin - Boston, 2018.

Éditeur : De Gruyter
Collection : Trends in Classics-Supplmentary Volumes 61
xvi, 329 pages
ISBN : ISBN: 978-3-11-059618-2
119.95 € / $137.99 / £108.99

Inspired by Theodore Papanghelis' Propertius: A Hellenistic Poet on Love and Death (1987), this collective volume brings together seventeen contributions, written by an international team of experts, exploring the different ways in which Latin authors and some of their modern readers created narratives of life, love and death. Taken together the papers offer stimulating readings of Latin texts over many centuries, examined in a variety of genres and from various perspectives: poetics and authorial self-fashioning; intertextuality; fiction and ‘reality'; gender and queer studies; narratological readings; temporality and aesthetics; genre and meta-genre; structures of the narrative and transgression of boundaries on the ideological and the formalistic level; reception; meta-dramatic and feminist accounts-the female voice. Overall, the articles offer rich insights into the handling and development of these narratives from Classical Greece through Rome up to modern English poetry.

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K. Riley, A. J. L. Blanshard et I. Manny (éd.), Oscar Wilde and Classical Antiquity

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Kathleen Riley, Alastair J. L. Blanshard et Iarla Manny (éd.), Oscar Wilde and Classical Antiquity, Oxford-New York, 2017.

Éditeur : Oxford University Press
400 pages
ISBN : 9780198789260
75 £

Few authors of the Victorian period were as immersed in classical learning as Oscar Wilde. Although famous now and during his lifetime as a wit, aesthete, and master epigrammist, Wilde distinguished himself early on as a talented classical scholar, studying at Trinity College Dublin and Oxford and winning academic prizes and distinctions at both institutions. His undergraduate notebooks as well as his essays and articles on ancient topics reveal a mind engrossed in problems in classical scholarship and fascinated by the relationship between ancient and modern thought. His first publications were English translations of classical texts and even after he had 'left Parnassus for Piccadilly' antiquity continued to provide him with a critical vocabulary in which he could express himself and his aestheticism, and a compelling set of narratives to fire his artist's imagination. His debt to Greece and Rome is evident throughout his writings, from the sparkling wit of society plays like The Importance of Being Earnest to the extraordinary meditation on suffering that is De Profundis, written during his incarceration in Reading Gaol.
Oscar Wilde and Classical Antiquity brings together scholars from across the disciplines of classics, English literature, theatre and performance studies, and the history of ideas to explore the varied and profound impact that Graeco-Roman antiquity had on Wilde's life and work. This wide-ranging collection covers all the major genres of his literary output; it includes new perspectives on his most celebrated and canonical texts and close analyses of unpublished material, revealing as never before the enduring breadth and depth of his love affair with the classics.

 

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A. Traina (éd.), Virgilio. L'utopia e la storia: Il libro XII dell'Eneide e antologia delle opere

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Alfonso Traina (éd.), Virgilio. L'utopia e la storia: Il libro XII dell'Eneide e antologia delle opere, Bologne, 2017.

Éditeur : Pàtron
220 pages
ISBN : 9788855533638
22 €

Bucoliche – Georgiche – Eneide – indice analitico-glossario – appendice: Il libro dell'Eneide – postfazione.

 

Source : Pàtron

 

V. Arena et F. Mac Góráin (éd.), Varronian Moments

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Valentina Arena et Fiachra Mac Góráin (éd.), Varronian Moments, Londres, 2017 (= BICS 60.2, déc. 2017).

Éditeur : Wiley-Blackwell
i-ix, 1-147 pages
ISSN 0076-0730

Table of contents
Acknowledgements
Abstracts
Valentina Arena and Fiachra Mac Góráin, Foreword
Giorgio Piras, Dicam dumtaxat quod est historicon: Varro and/on the past
Grant A. Nelsestuen, Varro, Dicaearchus, and the history of Roman res rusticae
Duncan MacRae, ‘The laws of the rites and of the priests': Varro and late Republican Roman sacral jurisprudence
Elisabetta Todisco, Varro's writings on the senate: a reconstructive hypothesis
R. M. A. Marshall, Varro, Atticus, and Annales
Daniel Hadas, St Augustine and the disappearance of Varro
Daniel Vallat, Varro in Virgilian commentaries: transmission in fragments
Wolfgang D. C. de Melo, A typology of errors in Varro and his editors: a close look at selected passages in the De lingua Latina
Bibliography
General Index
Index Locorum


Source : Wiley

 

L. Bocciolini Palagi, La musa e la furia Interpretazione del secondo proemio dell’Eneide

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Laura Bocciolini Palagi, La musa e la furia Interpretazione del secondo proemio dell’Eneide, Bologne, 2017.

Éditeur :
Collection : Testi e manuali per l'insegnamento universitario del Latino
122 pages
ISBN : 9788855533683
18 €

 

Nel volume si affronta il problema del significato dell'invocazione alla Musa Erato, tradizionalmente associata alla poesia erotica, nel secondo proemio dell'Eneide, collocato al centro del poema, tra la parte odissiaca e quella iliadica. Virgilio richiama scopertamente il proemio del III libro delle Argonautiche di Apollonio Rodio, ma se la Musa 'apolloniana' è la Musa dell'eros, quella virgiliana è la Musa dell'amor, in tutte le sue diverse manifestazioni; nella rappresentazione di quelle più estreme emergono significative convergenze tra la sfera erotica e quella furiale. Sono posti in luce nel corso del lavoro nuovi elementi utili per l'esegesi del proemio, e di altri passi virgiliani, con implicazioni non irrilevanti anche al fine di individuare possibili chiavi interpretative di tutto il poema.

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Césaire d'Arles et les cinq continents

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Césaire d'Arles et les cinq continents, Venelles, 2017.

Éditeur : Aux sources de la Provence
ISBN : 978-2-9541568-1-1
24 €

Un regain d'intérêt pour les œuvres de Césaire d'Arles apparaît sur les cinq continents. C'est ainsi que nous présentons dans ce Tome I, vingt-cinq communications venues de huit pays différents, témoins de cette curiosité renouvelée. Des universitaires du bout du monde, un Américain et un Russe, une Écossaise et un Congolais, un religieux et un philologue, un sociologue et un historien sans compter les archéologues de notre Provence, y ont collaboré, unis par leur recherche commune. Vingt-deux nouvelles d'origine géographiques aussi diverses attendent le Tome II, dont nous au printemps ou à l'été 2018.

We have recently seen a strong revival of interest in the works of Caesarius of Arles on each of the five continents. The twenty-five articles included in the present Volume I of our series bear witness to this renewal, coming as they do from scholars in eight countries. United by a common enthusiasm for their subject, our authors include academics from the USA, Russia, Scotland and the Congo along with a priest, a philologist, a sociologist and a historian, and not forgetting the contributions of several archaeologists from our own Provence. Volume II to be published in the fi rst half of 2018 will contain a further twenty-two articles by scholars from an equally wide geographical spectrum.

 

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