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  • Des andriantopoiika de Posidippe à la galerie de statues de Persée.
           L’épigramme 64 A.-B. et les Métamorphoses d’Ovide

    • Authors: Florence Klein
      Abstract: Cet article se propose de montrer l’influence des andriantopoiika de Posidippe, dont les neuf épigrammes se succèdent pour former une galerie de sculptures imaginaire, sur plusieurs passages des Métamorphoses qui traitent des arts visuels et de l’illusion réaliste. Au sein du recueil posidippéen, l’analyse se focalise en particulier sur l’épigamme 64 A.-B., consacrée à la statue du héros homérique Idoménée exécutée par Crésilas avec une précision telle que le personnage sculpté semble s’adresser à son compagnon Mérion pour lui ordonner de se mettre à courir. Sont examinées les possibles références à cette épigramme dans la métamorphose en statue du chien de Céphale et de sa proie (Mét. VIII), dans la description de la tapisserie d’Arachné (Mét. VI), et surtout dans l’épisode où Persée pétrifie successivement tous ses opposants (Mét. V), créant ainsi une « galerie de statues » qui semblent toutes plus vivantes les unes que les autres.
      PubDate: 2016-12-20
       
  • Il lamento di Neobule (carm. 3.12): un’eroide oraziana'

    • Authors: Gianpiero Rosati
      Abstract: L’ode 3.12 di Orazio, tra le meno studiate del poeta, presenta alcune singolarità formali e tematiche (la ‘simulazione’ della voce femminile, il lamento per la condizione di vita della donna, privata dei piaceri concessi ai coetanei maschi, etc.) che per certi aspetti la assimilano alle Heroides di Ovidio. L’ode, un originale sviluppo di un testo-modello di Alceo a noi pervenuto solo in forma frammentaria, e la cui protagonista, Neobule, richiama un famoso personaggio di Archiloco, mette in scena un confronto culturale tra mondo greco e mondo romano, sul quale si innesta un altro, marcato confronto di gender, di genere sessuale. Il tema presenta vistosi e importanti paralleli con altri autori latini e greci (da Ovidio a Museo fino ad Agazia, per poi passare ad alcuni grandi testi della letteratura europea) e sembra rinviare a una sua diffusa presenza, solo parzialmente documentata, nella cultura letteraria ellenistica. La tematica amorosa, e l’adozione di un punto di vista (se non d...
      PubDate: 2016-12-20
       
  • Il poeta costruisce la sua immagine: progettualità e autobiografia
           nel sermo oraziano

    • Authors: Mario Labate
      Abstract: L'articolo propone una nuova discussione dell'autobiografia come elemento chiave della satira luciliana e oraziana: si insiste sulla caratterizzazione del genere attraverso la fisionomia dell'autore e dettagli personali a lui pertinenti, nonché sul ruolo dell'amicizia con i grandi come garanzia dell'innocuità e della controllabilità sociale di un genere poetico costituzionalmente destinato a suscitare diffidenza, allarme, rigetto. L'analisi parte dalla quella specie di archeologia del genere prospettata nell'Epistola 2,1 ed è condotta attraverso una discussione di luoghi programmatici delle Satire: soprattutto 1, 4 e 2, 1, di cui è proposta un'analisi ravvicinata, che cerca di ricostruire il difficile filo logico che si dipana nel componimento nel nesso non sempre perspicuo tra aggressività e autobiografia.
      PubDate: 2016-12-20
       
  • Did Somebody Say Augustan Totalitarianism' Duncan Kennedy’s
           ‘Reflections,’ Hannah Arendt’s Origins, and the Continental Divide
           over Virgil’s Aeneid

    • Authors: Elena Giusti
      Abstract: The allegedly old-fashioned debate over the pro- or anti- Augustanism of Augustan texts was superseded in 1992 by Duncan Kennedy’s ‘reflections’ over these terms of reference. Since then, the old dichotomy has appeared to be useless in a dialectic which is always bound to hold Augustus as the unavoidable point of reference. And yet scholarship continues to be divided over the interpretation of Augustus’ rule and its visible or invisible effects on the poetry produced under his patronage. The present article revisits Kennedy’s influential essay and its reception, arguing that it offers further reflections on the workings of Augustan ideology than it has so far been assumed. Moreover, while the nature of Augustus’ rule is still a point of heated debate, the present article argues that a combined reading of Kennedy 1992 and Hannah Arendt’s writings over the ideological language of totalitarian systems may open new possibilities for our interpretation the Augustan regime and the anti-Au...
      PubDate: 2016-12-20
       
  • Confronter les textes poétiques latins et les commentaires philologiques
           et exégétiques grecs : Circé, Aristote, les scholies homériques,
           Virgile et Ovide

    • Authors: Jean-Christophe Jolivet
      Abstract: L’objet de cet article est de mettre en valeur la possible influence de réflexions narratologiques à l’œuvre dans les commentaires anciens d’Homère sur la retractatio des épisodes de Circé et de la Cyclopie dans l’Enéide et les Métamorphoses. Dans ces épisodes, les personnages homériques créés par Virgile et Ovide, Achéménide et Macarée, occupent entre autres une fonction qui est originairement celle d’Euryloque dans le chant 10 de l’Odyssée. Leur intervention dans le récit revêt essentiellement deux aspects : il s’agit d’une part d’introduire des spectatores in fabula dont le récit autoptique rentre en conflit avec les récits odysséens d’Ulysse, notamment sur le comportement de Circé, tout en posant implicitement la question de l’origine du savoir des personnages dans la fiction ; d’autre part, il s’agit de préserver les héros de dangers qui compromettraient la suite de l’histoire (dans le palais de Circé ou la caverne de Polyphème). Cette invention de personnages aux fonctions nar...
      PubDate: 2016-12-20
       
  • Resonance: the Sonic Environment of Vergil’s Eclogues

    • Authors: William Fitzgerald
      Abstract: This paper examines the sonic world of the Eclogues, arguing that 'resonance' might be a more appropriate term under which to consider it than the more commonly cited 'echo'. It examines not only the characteristic sonic effects of the Eclogues as poetry, but also the importance of a resonant acoustic to the pastoral genre. The discussion of resonance in the Eclogues lead to a reconsideration of current trends in the study of intertextuality and metapoetry as well as the implications of the term resonance for the reception of the Eclogues.
      PubDate: 2016-12-20
       
  • Die Philologie von unten. Das athematische Lesen und der retour sur
           soi-même

    • Authors: Jürgen Paul Schwindt
      Abstract: Der Beitrag versucht die Frage nach den Prinzipien und Methoden einer zeitgemäßen Interpretation augusteischer Dichtung so grundsätzlich wie möglich zu fassen. Die Philologie wird als ein Feld von Einstellungen und Handlungsoptionen beschrieben, die noch keine Entscheidung für eine bestimmte Methode der Interpretation nahelegen. Politisch ist die Philologie nicht, weil sie Lesarten generiert, die sich entsprechend semantisieren lassen, sondern weil sie im fortlaufenden Prozeß der Rechenschaftslegung und Selbstaufklärung die prinzipielle Unverfügbarkeit des Textes sicherstellt. Die Rechenschaftslegung nun geschieht nicht vor oder nach, sondern in der Auseinandersetzung mit den Texten. Das „athematische Lesen“ feit die Philologie gegen die unkritische Begegnung mit dem Eigenen im Fremden.
      Es war Alain Deremetz, der in seinen Untersuchungen zur katabatischen Form auf die Bedeutung der Unterweltsfahrten im Prozeß der Selbstverständigung der römischen Kultur verwiesen hat. Die „Philologie...
      PubDate: 2016-12-20
       
  • INTRODUCTION

    • Authors: N. Coffee, C. Forstall, L. Galli Milić, D.P. Nelis
      Abstract: All the papers in this edition of Dictynna are devoted to the study of intertextuality in Flavian epic poetry. The initial idea for a special thematic collection arose from work on this topic being carried out as part of a research project funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation and involving the University of Geneva and the University at Buffalo, State University of New York. In an attempt to bring together a series of contributions likely to offer a sample of both current trends and future directions in the study of Flavian intertextuality, it was decided to invite a group of younger scholars in the field to offer papers. The six papers collected here represent the result of this enterprise. The original proposition was accepted with encouraging alacrity and enthusiasm by Jacqueline Fabre-Serris and her team in Lille, and we are extremely grateful both for that initial positive response and for all the subsequent effort that has gone into putting together this collection o...
      PubDate: 2016-01-06
       
  • The Mixed Blessings of Bacchus in Virgil’s Georgics

    • Authors: Fiachra Mac Góráin
      Abstract: The subject of Bacchus and Bacchic themes in Augustan culture has recently been attracting considerable scholarly attention. One of the chief questions concerns the extent to which Bacchus is reintegrated into the Augustan discourse after the defeat of Mark Antony, who had adopted Dionysus as one of his patron gods. Virgil’s poetry has been central to this discussion, and the Georgics have attracted their fair share of attention. And rightly so, since Bacchus has many functions within this poem: as god of fertility and vegetation; as a god of ritual, including mystery cult; as a god of poetic inspiration; and pointing outwards from the poem, as an element in the political propaganda of Virgil’s time. In this article, I analyze Geo. 2.371-396, which contains the densest concentration of Bacchic references in the whole poem. I aim to show that in this one passage the figure of Bacchus unites and cuts across religion, agriculture, politics and poetics. I will argue that Bacchus is pres...
      PubDate: 2015-03-02
       
  • Augusto Stator tra i piedi del libello (Ovidio, Trist. 3.1)

    • Authors: Veronica Zanoni
      Abstract: Premessa Il prologo al terzo libro dei Tristia è il racconto narrato in prima persona dal libello di Ovidio dopo essere giunto da Tomi a Roma. Attraverso una captatio benevolentiae rivolta al lettore (v. 2, lector amice), il libello presenta il suo triste contenuto (v. 9, nihil hic nisi triste), alla ricerca di qualcuno che possa condurlo a una biblioteca romana per porre fine al lungo viaggio (v. 20, quasque petam sedes). Soltanto una persona si offre di accompagnarlo, incarnando il carattere privato della lettura dei Tristia e anticipando l’esito sfortunato della ricerca. Il libello e il compagno lettore iniziano insieme il tour della città: percorrono il foro di Cesare e la Sacra uia, affiancando poi il tempio di Vesta e il tempio di Giove, le cui porte sono decorate con armi sfolgoranti e una corona di quercia (vv. 25-48). Lì giunto, il libello rivolge una preghiera al pater patriae perché abbia pietà di Ovidio e lo porti in salvo (vv. 49-58). Dopo la sosta di preghiera, il libre...
      PubDate: 2015-03-02
       
 
 
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