L. Buono et E. Russo (éd.), Homiliaria Beneventana. I

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Lidia Buono et Eugenia Russo (éd.), Homiliaria Beneventana. I, Florence, 2019.

Éditeur : Sismel - Edizioni del Galluzzo
Collection : Biblioteche e archivi, 36
XXIV-282 pages
ISBN : XXIV-282
160 €

Il volume propone l'analisi di una selezione di omeliari in scrittura beneventana (X-XIII secolo), che comprende i manoscritti omiletici della Biblioteca Capitolare di Benevento, un folto gruppo di codici di Montecassino, un manoscritto della Biblioteca Vaticana, quattro manoscritti conservati presso la Biblioteca Vallicelliana di Roma e un codice del Museo diocesano di Salerno. La descrizione accurata del profilo di queste grandi collezioni e dei singoli testi che le compongono rende possibile l'individuazione della presenza/assenza di certi testi patristici o di altre peculiarità riconducibili a milieux geo/culturali ben definiti. Gli omeliari – documento capitale per la storia dell'Ufficio liturgico – divengono così anche uno strumento prezioso per lo studio della letteratura patristica, della sua fortuna medievale, in rapporto con le dinamiche storiche e culturali che sovrintesero alla loro produzione.

 

Source : Sismel - Edizioni del Galluzzo

 

M. W. Padilla, Classical Myth in Alfred Hitchcock's Wrong Man and Grace Kelly Films

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Mark William Padilla, Classical Myth in Alfred Hitchcock's Wrong Man and Grace Kelly Films, Lanham (Md.), 2019.

Éditeur : Lexington Books
412 pages
ISBN : 978-1-4985-6350-5
$ 120.00

Mark Padilla's classical reception readings of Alfred Hitchcock features some of the director's most loved and important films, and demonstrates how they are informed by the educational and cultural classicism of the director's formative years. The six close readings begin with discussions of the production histories, so as to theorize and clarify how classicism could and did enter the projects. Exploration of the films through a classical lens creates the opportunity to explore new themes and ideological investments. The result is a further appreciation of both the engine of the director's storytelling creativity and the expressionism of classicism, especially Greek myth and art, in British and American modernism. The analysis organizes the material into two triptychs, one focused on the three films sharing a wrong man pattern (wrongly accused man goes on the run to clear himself), the other treating the films starring the actress Grace Kelly.

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E. Steinová, Notam superponere studui

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Evina Steinová, Notam superponere studui. The Use of Annotation Symbols in the Early Middle Ages, Turnhout, 2019.

Éditeur : Brepols
Collection : Bibliologia, 52
301 pages
ISBN : 978-2-503-58170-5
90 €


Early medieval manuscripts were commonly annotated not only by glosses but also by annotation symbols. These graphic signs inserted in manuscript margins provided manuscript text with layers of additional meaning and functionality. From the most common signs marking biblical quotations and passages of interest to the sophisticated systems of signs used by some of the early medieval scholars, annotation symbols represent perhaps the most common form of marginalia encountered in early medieval books. Yet, their non-verbal character proved a serious obstacle to their understanding and appreciation.

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