Classical Epic Tradition

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Univ of Wisconsin Press, 2003 M04 1 - 572 páginas

The literary epic and critical theories about the epic tradition are traced from Aristotle and Callimachus through Apollonius, Virgil, and their successors such as Chaucer and Milton to Eisenstein, Tolstoy, and Thomas Mann. Newman's revisionist critique will challenge all scholars, students, and general readers of the classics, comparative literature, and western literary traditions.

 

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A Map of the Terrain
4
Aristotle Callimachus and the Ancient Critical Tradition
38
Apollonius Rhodius
74
Virgil
105
The Latin Epic after Virgil Ovid to Statius
189
The Critical Failure Dante and Petrarch
245
250 The Critical Failure
251
The Italian Tradition
294
The English Tradition Chaucer and Milton
340
The Modern EpicI Eisenstein and Pudovkin
400
The Modern EpicII Tolstoy and Thomas Mann
449
Figure 101 Heracles Coaxing Cerberus
485
Glossary of Critical Terms
516
Select Bibliography
536
Index
554
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John Kevin Newman is professor emeritus of classics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is a four-time medal winner for his original poems in Latin, and author of a number of books including Augustus and the New Poetry, Roman Catullus and the Modification of the Alexandrian Sensibility, and Augustan Propertius: The Recapitulation of a Genre.

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