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Critica : textual issues in Horace, Ennius, Vergil and other authors / Egil Kraggerud
Auteur:Kraggerud, Egil, 1939- Editeur:
London ; New York : Routledge
x, 332 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 24 cm
Sujet RERO:Littérature latine
- Critique textuelle
- Ennius, Quintus
- Virgile Sujet LCSH:Latin literature -- History and criticism
- Horace -- Criticism and interpretation
- Virgil -- Criticism and interpretation
- Ennius, Quintus -- Criticism and interpretation Description:
"Gathering together over sixty new and revised discussions of textual issues, this volume represents notorious problems in well-known texts from the classical era, by authors including Horace, Ennius and Vergil. A follow-up to Vegiliana: Critical Studies on the Texts of Publius Vergilius Maro (2017), the volume includes major contributions to the discussion of Horace's Carmen IV 8 and IV 12, along with studies on Catullus Carmen 67 and Hadrian's Animula vagula, as well as a new contribution on Livy's text at IV 20 in connection with Cossus' spolia opima, and on Vergil's Aeneid 3. 147-152 and 11. 151-153. On Ennius, the author presents several new ideas on Ann. 42 Sk. and 220-22l, and in editing Horace, he suggests new principles for the critical apparatus and tries to find a balance by weighing both sides in several studies, comparing a conservative and a radical approach. Critica will be an important resource for students and scholars of Latin language and literature"
Includes bibliographical references and index
0367820757 (ISBN); 9780367820756 (hardback) (ISBN) No RERO:
Selections from Virgil's "Aeneid" books 1-6 : a student reader / Ashley Carter
Auteur:Vergilius, Publius Maro Contributeur:Carter, Ashley Editeur:
London ; New York : Bloomsbury Academic
220 p. : ill.
Sujet RERO:Virgile. "Enéide. 1 - 6" Sujet RERO - forme:[Commentaire de texte] Sujet LCSH:Virgil. -- Aeneis Description:
"This reader of Virgil's text features passages from the first half of the Aeneid and is designed to help students understand and appreciate Virgil's poem, as well as improve their Latin reading skills. Each Latin passage is accompanied by running vocabulary, on-page commentary notes and targeted questions. The book can be used as a source of one-off unseen passages or as a reader for students working through individual books or the whole poem. The commentary notes explain references to characters, places and events, provide linguistic and grammatical help on more challenging Latin phrases, and point out stylistic features. The questions test students' comprehension of the characters and storyline, and give them practice in handling literary terms. The passages are linked by summaries of the continuing plot, so students can grasp the progression of the poem as a whole. An in-depth introduction sets the story of the Aeneid in its mythological, literary and historical context, and at the end of the book is a complete alphabetical vocabulary list, a glossary of literary devices, and essays explaining the principles of Virgil's word order and metre"
Texte latin avec commentaires en anglais
Classification:CDU 871VERG7Aen Identifiant:
1472575709 (ISBN); 9781472575708 (paperback) (ISBN) No RERO:
Printing Virgil : the transformation of the Classics in the Renaissance / Craig Kallendorf
Auteur:Kallendorf, Craig, 1954- Editeur:
Leiden ; Boston : Brill
viii, 193 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Medieval and Renaissance authors and texts ; volume 23
Documents dans cette collection:Medieval and Renaissance Authors and texts Sujet RERO:Appréciation
- Virgile Sujet LCSH:Printing -- History -- 16th century
- Virgil -- Appreciation
- Virgil -- Criticism and interpretation -- History -- 16th century
- Virgil -- Translations -- History -- 16th century
- Europe -- Intellectual life -- 16th century Contient:
Introduction. Data ; Method ; Application -- Commentary. Introduction ; Definition ; Survey ; Function ; Conclusion -- Translation. Introduction ; Italy ; France ; Translations into other languages ; Conclusion -- Canonization. Introduction ; The Opuscula and its authorship ; The Opuscula rhetoricized ; Conclusion -- Appendix: the Opuscula in Renaissance Editions of Virgil printed in Venice -- Censorship. Introduction ; Taxonomy ; Conclusion -- Conclusion. Virgil transformed ; Final thoughts
"In this work Craig Kallendorf argues that the printing press played a crucial, and previously unrecognized, role in the reception of the Roman poet Virgil in the Renaissance. Using a new methodology developed at the Humboldt University in Berlin, Printing Virgil shows that the press established which commentaries were disseminated, provided signals for how the Virgilian translations were to be interpreted, shaped the discussion about the authenticity of the minor poems attributed to Virgil, and inserted this material into larger censorship concerns. The editions that were printed during this period transformed Virgil into a poet who could fit into Renaissance culture, but they also determined which aspects of his work could become visible at that time"
Includes bibliographical references and index
9004421343 (ISBN); 9789004421349 (hardback) (ISBN) No RERO: