M. Carmignani, L. Graverini, B. Todd Lee, Collected studies on the Roman novel

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Marcos Carmignani, Luca Graverini, Benjamin Todd Lee (éd.), Collected studies on the Roman novel / Ensayos sobre la novela romana, Córdoba, 2013.

Éditeur : Editorial Brujas
Collection : Ordia prima studia 7
314 pages
ISBN : 978-987-591-389-9

 

The ancient novel no longer occupies a marginal position in the field of Classical studies. On the contrary, it is an area of research that is constantly expanding, thanks in part to the discovery of new papyri. But there is also a growing interest in so-called "fringe narratives" in their own right, and far more attention is being paid to Christian and Byzantine fic-tion, as well as to other points of contact between the ancient novel and traditions from outside the Greco-Roman world. The Román novel, too, has recently gar-nered increased attention from scholars of ancient nar-rative; in addition to Petronius and Apuleius, both of whom are traditionally included in the canon of major Latin authors, we now include the late and anonymous novella known as the Historia Apollonii Regis Tyri. The present volume, which collects studies by renowned scholars from North America, South America, and Europe, offers varied approaches and múltiple points of view on Latin narrative fiction; taken together, they provide rich insights into the whole of classical culture.

 


CONTENTS

Introducción

1. PETRONIUS
MARCOS CARMIGNANI: La apropiación de una leyenda: Sat. 9.1-5 y su relación con Tito Livio y la elegía ovidiana de Fasti
MARCO FUCECCHI: Il Bellum civile di Petronio: epica e anti-epica
GARETH SCHMELING: Size Matters: It is the little things that count in the Satyrica of Petronius
NIALL W. SLATER: The Master and Margarita: Figuring Authority in Petronius's Satyrica
GIULIO VANNINI: La Matrona di Efeso di Petronio e le altre versioni antiche dell'aneddoto
ALDO SETAIOLI: El uso de la cita poética en Petronio y en los demás novelistas antiguos

2. APULEIUS

LUCA GRAVERINI: Come si deve leggere un romanzo: narratori, personaggi e lettori nelle Metamorfosi di Apuleio
STEPHEN HARRISON: Heroic Traces: Theseus and Hercules in Apuleius' Metamorphoses
LARA NICOLINI: Uno sguardo ecfrastico sulla realtà: modi dell'influenza ovidiana in Apuleio
WYTSE KEULEN: Apuleius and Gellius on the “Controversial” Chaldeans: Prophecy and Self-fashioning in Antonine Prose Narrative
BENJAMIN TODD LEE: Apuleius, Proust, and Machado de Assis on Writing (and Reading) the Novel

3. HISTORIA APOLLONII REGIS TYRI
SILVIA MONTIGLIO: “Thou Shalt not Lie:” Truthfulness and Autobiography in the Historia Apollonii regis Tyri
DAVID KONSTAN: The “Hansel and Gretel” Effect in Apollonius King of Tyre

Abstracts
Contributors
General Bibliography
Index Locorum
General Index

 

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