M. Budzowska, B. İdem Dinçel, J. Czerwińska et K. Chiżyńska (éd.), The Metamorphoses of Ancient Myths

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Małgorzata Budzowska, Burç İdem Dinçel, Jadwiga Czerwińska et Katarzyna Chiżyńska (éd.), The Metamorphoses of Ancient Myths, Frankfurt am Main, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Warszawa, Wien, 2017.

Éditeur : Peter Lang
263 pages
ISBN : 978-3-631-67372-0
46.10 euros

This book gives a comprehensive overview of the phenomenon of artistic dialogue with ancient myths. The contributions assume a double-track research approach. The contributors investigate the procedure of myths' recycling within Greco-Roman antiquity, and they consider modern re-occupations of myths in dramatic literature and theatre. Providing various examples of myths' reception from antiquity to present days, this book confirms the persistent human need of re-mythization.


INTRODUCTION
- Małgorzata Budzowska and Burç İdem Dinçel, The Work of Myth within the Work on Myth, p. 13-24

PART I : WORK ON MYTH WITHIN ANTIQUITY

- Jadwiga CZERWIŃSKA, Myth in Greek Drama of Classical Greece in the Light of Scholia, p. 27-39
- Katarzyna CHIŻYŃSKA, Greek Myths in the Hypotheseis of Tragedy of the Classical Period, p. 41-53
- Françoise LECOCQ, The Palm Tree, the Phoenix and the Wild Boar: Scientific and Literary Reception of a Strange Trio in Pliny the Elder (Natural History 13, 42-43) and in Satyricon (40, 3-8), p. 55-78
- Cíntia MARTINS SANCHES, Seneca's Phoenissae: Anger and the Myth of Oedipus, p. 79-88
- Damian PIERZAK, Is Pelias a Mistake for Aeson? Towards a new interpretation of Cicero's De Senectute 23, 83, p. 89-102
- Hanna ZALEWSKA-JURA, Mythical Motifs in Early Byzantine Epigrams, p. 103-109

PART II : MODERN AND POSTMODERN WORK ON MYTH

- Olimpia TACHOPOULOU, Ancient Tragedy in Seferis' Poetry : from Existential Historicism to Philosophical Existentialism, p. 113-131
- Tomasz KACZMAREK, Yvan Goll and Ancient Legacy in his Work, p. 133-145
- Anna ZAORSKA, Myths as „Collective Experiences” in the German Democratic Republic on the Example of Chosen Works by Heiner Müller, p. 147-158
- Rossana ZETTI, The Re-staging of Antigone in Twentieth-Century Europe: an Irish Example, p. 159-177
- Magdalena HASIUK, „As if he was not a grandson but the child of the Greeks”: Wajdi Mouawad's Dialogue with Antiquity, p. 179-189
- Stephen WILMER, Greek Tragedy as a Window on the Disposseded, p. 191-205
- Małgorzata BUDZOWSKA, Death in Theatre. Between Word and Image, p. 207-233
- Burç İDEM DINÇEL, The tragic Burst of Laughter in Theodoros Terzopoulos' Prometheus bound, p. 235-256

 

 

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