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  • From Cumae to the Po: Italian Itineraries in Aeneid 6

    • Authors: Micah Y. Myers
      Abstract: This paper explores the Aeneid’s geopoetics and travel thematics in relation to Vergil’s inclusion of the Eridanus-Po river in his description of Elysium (Aen. 6.558-9). The paper proposes that the reference to the Eridanus evokes an aboveground journey from Cumae to the Po region that symbolically corresponds to Aeneas’ Underworld journey in Aeneid 6. To support this supposition, the paper surveys references to travel in Aeneid 6; reviews previous interpretations of 6.558-9 as well as mythical and literary traditions relating to the Eridanus; and demonstrates the fundamental role of rivers for Greco-Roman conceptualizations of geographical space. The final section of the paper speculates about how a journey from Cumae to the Po resonates with travel that Vergil himself undertook during his lifetime, and considers ways in which linking Elysium to the Po region recalls Vergil’s earlier poetic representations of his patria and imbues his Underworld with a Padane tint.
      PubDate: 2019-12-20
       
  • ‘Most musicall, most melancholy’: Avian aesthetics of lament
           in Greek and Roman elegy

    • Authors: Thomas J. Nelson
      Abstract: In Il Penseroso (‘The Reflective Man’), the English poet John Milton (1608–1674) conjures a vision of poetic melancholy and contemplation. After invoking the Goddess Melancholy and picturing her attendant train (‘Peace’, ‘Quiet’ and the like), he dwells on a night-time scene of melancholic music (vv. 55–64): And the mute Silence hist along,
      ’Less Philomel will deign a Song,
      In her sweetest, saddest plight,
      Smoothing the rugged brow of night,
      While Cynthia checks her Dragon yoke,
      Gently o’re th’ accustom’d Oke;
      Sweet Bird that shunn’st the noise of folly,
      Most musicall, most melancholy!
      Thee Chauntress oft the Woods among,
      I woo to hear thy Eeven-Song; In Milton’s thought world, reflective silence is banished by the intrusive song of the nightingale (‘Philomel’), whose melody comes alive through the incessant sibilance and alliteration of these verses. The bird is a figure of song and sweetness: she is ‘sweet’ (61), ‘most musicall’ (62), and a ‘chauntress’ (63) in the ‘sweetest’ of situat...
      PubDate: 2019-12-20
       
  • En attendant Achille (Stace, Achilléide, I, 467-513) : enjeux
           

    • Authors: François Ripoll
      Abstract: La section de l’Achilléide de Stace qui prend place entre le rassemblement des Grecs à Aulis et la prophétie de Calchas (467-513) est une scène de transition qui a peu retenu l’attention des commentateurs. Elle est cependant intéressante à étudier, à côté des « morceaux de bravoure » centrés sur le travestissement d’Achille, pour saisir le projet du poète dans sa globalité. Elle illustre en effet une technique du contrepoint dans cette épopée qui orchestre, sur le mode mineur et à échelle réduite, une esthétique néo-iliadique à tendance sublime en contraste avec l’ambiance élégiaque et alexandrine de la narration principale. Complémentairement, elle met aussi en œuvre une stratégie de dédramatisation et de decrescendo en jouant sur l’allusion à des intertextes puissamment conflictuels pour les désamorcer au profit d’une ambiance « éthique » fondée sur la modération des affects. Elle présente en outre la particularité de mobiliser des références indirectes à des modèles politiques ro...
      PubDate: 2019-12-20
       
  • The Shade of Orpheus : Ambiguity and the Poetics of Vmbra in
           Metamorphoses 10

    • Authors: Celia Campbell
      Abstract: This paper reexamines the grove of Orpheus in Ovid, Metamorphoses 10, arguing that it is a space of complex ambiguity as activated and determined by the dual meaning of umbra. It conceptualizes the space as an atmospheric doublet of the Underworld, designed to give Orpheus imaginative access to his lost wife Eurydice by providing a second set of shade(s) as an audience for his song. By calling attention to the ways in which Orpheus’ summoning of the grove casts it as a neo-Underworld, this paper seeks to unsettle the grove’s persistent designation as the originary locus amoenus. Altogether, across the levels of narrative, Orpheus and Ovid engage in a receptive repurposing and manipulation of both the idea of literary shade (as inherited and adapted from Virgil) and the trope of the tree catalogue (as familiarised in epic) to create a landscape of profound liminality.
      PubDate: 2019-12-20
       
  • Nescioquid maius: Gender, Genre, and the Repetitions of Ovid’s Medea

    • Authors: Barbara W. Boyd
      Abstract: This essay examines Ovid’s repeated use of the character and story of Medea, focusing on the phenomenon of repetition itself. Her appearances in Ovid’s poetry are not only self-referential but also metatextual, allowing Ovid to explore and to comment upon the generic parameters of his work and upon the possibility of creating something radically new.
      PubDate: 2019-12-20
       
  • Seeing the light, Part II: The reception of Aratus’s LEPTĒ acrostic in
           Greek and Latin literature

    • Authors: Leah Kronenberg
      Abstract: Part I of this study argued that Aratus’s decision to base his LEPTĒ acrostic, which occurs during a discussion of moonlight (Phaen. 783-87), on Homer’s LEUKĒ acrostic (Il. 24.1-5) was motivated by the connection in Homer between the adjective λευκός and various types of light from the sky, including the light of dawn, which appears shortly after the acrostic (Il. 24.12), and the light of the moon (Il. 23.455). In Part II, I argue that a study of the reception of Aratus’s acrostic in Greek and Latin poetry reveals that many ancient poets solved the “riddle” of how Aratus’s acrostic relates to Homer’s.
      PubDate: 2018-12-21
       
  • Seeing the light, Part I:Aratus’s interpretation of Homer’s
           LEUKĒ acrostic

    • Authors: Leah Kronenberg
      Abstract: Part I of this two-part study argues that Aratus’s decision to base his LEPTĒ acrostic, which occurs during a discussion of moonlight (Phaen. 783-87), on Homer’s LEUKĒ acrostic (Il. 24.1-5) was motivated by the connection in Homer between the adjective λευκός and various types of light from the sky, including the light of dawn, which appears shortly after the acrostic (Il. 24.12), and the light of the moon (Il. 23.455). In Part II, I will argue that a study of the reception of Aratus’s acrostic in Greek and Latin poetry reveals that many ancient poets solved the “riddle” of how Aratus’s acrostic relates to Homer’s.
      PubDate: 2018-12-21
       
  • Quels critères de l’allusion pour une intertextualité
           ‘latente’ 'Échos cachés / dispersés des Métamorphoses
           d’Ovide dans l’Écho de Longus.

    • Authors: Florence Klein
      Abstract: Cet article propose de voir dans l’épisode d’Écho conté au livre III du roman Daphnis et Chloé les traces de reprises intertextuelles des Métamorphoses d’Ovide. Cette hypothèse d’une (re)connaissance du poète latin par un auteur grec s’accompagne de l’expérimentation de critères qui peuvent permettre de valider l’existence de tels jeux allusifs. Un premier critère réside dans le fait que l’auteur citant ne se contente pas d’imiter un épisode particulier (ce qui pourrait toujours s’expliquer par le recours à une source commune perdue ou par la vague reprise d’un contenu mythologique amplement diffusé) mais superpose ou combine les reprises de passages distincts d’un même poème, éventuellement liés entre eux par des liens subtils – ce qui suppose une lecture attentive de l’œuvre en tant que telle (en l’occurrence, Longus semble imiter plusieurs passages épars dans les Métamorphoses, autour de la figure de Pan (en compagnie de Syrinx / sa syrinx), aux livres I et XI, ou de celle d’Orph...
      PubDate: 2018-12-21
       
  • Rex genitor: Creonte, Edipo e la tragedia del potere nella Tebaide di
           Stazio

    • Authors: Stefano Briguglio
      Abstract: Libro undicesimo della Tebaide. Dopo lo scontro fratricida è Creonte a prendere il potere a Tebe, ma la maledizione che fin dal massacro degli Sparti grava sulla città non si estingue con la morte dei due fratelli nemici. Ogni sovrano, appena salito al trono, è destinato a trasformarsi in un tiranno, come se Tebe non potesse essere retta altrimenti: potere politico e autocrazia nel poema coincidono. Così è per Edipo (già nella tradizione greca), così per i suoi figli e così per Creonte, la cui progressiva trasformazione in tiranno è esplorata da Stazio con strumenti sofisticati, in cui la memoria letteraria è messa al servizio di un’indagine psicologica più approfondita di quella delle tragedie attiche di argomento tebano. Si può iniziare dal lessico. La ciclicità ossessiva è una delle cifre che caratterizzano il poema di Stazio: il passato e il presente si intrecciano e interferiscono senza sosta, in un incubo senza apparente via d’uscita. Anche il potere politico a Tebe è sottopos...
      PubDate: 2018-12-21
       
  • Otium e letteratura nei Carmina Priapea (e in Marziale)

    • Authors: Alfredo Mario Morelli
      Abstract: 1. Il poeta otiosus dei Carmina Priapea : un problema di inter- e intratestualità. Nel secondo epigramma dei Carmina Priapea, presentando i suoi versi al dio, l’ego afferma di averli composti otiosus (v. 9), insomma in una esibita condizione di otium che va vista sullo sfondo di una lunga tradizione letteraria, soprattutto (anche se non solo) d’ambito epigrammatico. Quello che impressiona è soprattutto la costellazione di motivi in cui tale elemento si colloca : nel presentare la raccolta al lettore (Priap. 1) e nell’offrirla a Priapo (Priap. 2), l’ego si presenta non solo come poco laboriosus (2,3) ma anche come autore di carme incomptum (questo tratto è addirittura posto in incipit, 1,1 : carminis incompti). L’intero dispositivo proemiale mostra grandi analogie con i due epigrammi incipitari di Stratone, ed esse sono state oggetto di importanti studi anche recenti : in questo articolo, intendo dimostrare che sono proprio le rimarchevoli differenze di contestualizzazione del motivo ...
      PubDate: 2018-12-21
       
 
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