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Prolegomena To The Study Of Greek Religion

Author : Jane Ellen Harrison
ISBN : 0691015147
Genre : Philosophy
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Jane Harrison examines the festivals of ancient Greek religion to identify the primitive "substratum" of ritual and its persistence in the realm of classical religious observance and literature. In Harrison's preface to this remarkable book, she writes that J. G. Frazer's work had become part and parcel of her "mental furniture" and that of others studying primitive religion. Today, those who write on ancient myth or ritual are bound to say the same about Harrison. Her essential ideas, best developed and most clearly put in the Prolegomena, have never been eclipsed.
Category: Philosophy

Themis

Author : J.E. Harrison
ISBN : 9785872589761
Genre : History
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Category: History

Themis

Author : Jane Ellen Harrison
ISBN : UCAL:B4376375
Genre : Cults
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This 1912 volume examines the social aspects of ancient Greek religion, with a look at the origin of the Olympic Games.
Category: Cults

H D And Hellenism

Author : Eileen Gregory
ISBN : 0521430259
Genre : Literary Criticism
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H. D. and Hellenism: Classic Lines concerns a prominent aspect of the writing of the modern American poet H. D. (Hilda Doolittle): a lifelong engagement with hellenic literature, mythology and art. H. D.'s hellenic intertextuality is examined in the context of classical fictions operative at the turn of the century: the war of words among literary critics establishing a new 'classicism' in reaction to romanticism; the fictions of classical transmission and the problem of women within the classical line; nineteenth-century romantic hellenism, represented in the writing of Walter Pater; and the renewed interest in ancient religion brought about by anthropological studies, represented in the writing of Jane Ellen Harrison. Eileen Gregory explores at length H. D.'s intertextual engagement with specific classical writers: Sappho, Theocritus and the Greek Anthology, Homer and Euripides. The concluding chapter sketches chronologically H. D.'s career-long study and reinvention of Euripidean texts. An appendix catalogues classical subtexts in Collected Poems, 1912-1944, edited by Louis Martz.
Category: Literary Criticism

Literatur Und Religion 1

Author : Anton Bierl
ISBN : 9783110926361
Genre : History
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The series MythosEikonPoiesis begins with the publication of contributions to an international conference held at Castelen-Augst near Basle. The conference laid new foundations in examining the interdependence of myth, ritual and Greek literature in many different genres (Homeric epic, lyric poetry, Presocratic and Platonic philosophy, tragedy, comedy, satyr plays, historiography, Hellenistic poetry, and the novel) with regard to their textual structure and poetics. Working in interdisciplinary cooperation, some participants also direct their attention towards Egypt, the Near East, Rome, and to the reception of these poetological principles in modern literature.
Category: History

Kulte Mythen Und Gelehrte

Author : Renate Schlesier
ISBN : 9783105601235
Genre : Social Science
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Wer die Geschichte einer Wissenschaft verstehen will, tut gut daran, die bahnbrechenden Fragestellungen und ihren – offenen oder latenten – Wettbewerb ernst zu nehmen – in ihnen verkörpern sich die Bewegung des Wissens und der Kampf der Begriffe. Renate Schlesier spürt dieser Bewegung und diesem Kampf nach – in und an den Werken großer Gelehrter, die die Religion, die Mythen, Rituale und Kulte der Antike erforscht und ihre Bedeutung interpretiert haben: Karl Otfried Müller, Otto Jahn, Jane Ellen Harrison, Eduard Meyer, Claude Lévi-Strauss, Jean-Pierre Vernant u. a. m. Es entsteht so ein imponierendes Panorama anthropologischer Denkstile und Verfahrensweisen: Wissenschaftlergeschichte als Wissenschaftsgeschichte. (Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine frühere Ausgabe.)
Category: Social Science

Mythos Und Psychologie

Author : Wolfgang Schmidbauer
ISBN : UCAL:B4887705
Genre : Myth
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Oedipus / Psychologie.
Category: Myth