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The Mask Of The Parasite

Author : Cynthia Damon
ISBN : 0472107607
Genre : History
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A much-needed cultural study of parasitic people in Roman drama, politics, and society
Category: History

An End To Enmity

Author : L. L. Welborn
ISBN : 9783110263305
Genre : Religion
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This book casts light upon the shadowy figure of the “wrongdoer” in Second Corinthians, disclosing the type of offence that was committed and the relationship of the “wrongdoer” to Paul and to the Corinthians. Drawing upon the social and rhetorical conventions that governed friendship, enmity and reconciliation in the Greco-Roman world, the book offers an hypothesis regarding the identity of the “wrongdoer” and reconstructs the history of Paul’s relationship with an influential convert to Christianity at Corinth.
Category: Religion

The Masks Of Menander

Author : David Wiles
ISBN : 0521543525
Genre : Drama
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An examination of the conventions and techniques of the Greek theatre of Menander and subsequent Roman theatre.
Category: Drama

The Sentences Of Pseudo Phocylides

Author : Walter T. Wilson
ISBN : 9783110892765
Genre : Religion
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Der Kommentar zum jüdisch-hellenistischen weisheitlichen Lehrgedicht des Pseudo-Phokylides aus dem 1. Jahrhundert vor oder nach Christus behandelt in einer ausführlichen Einleitung die Frage nach Quellen, Aufbau und Gliederung, Hauptthemen sowie Zweck der Schrift und bietet in einer eingehenden Kommentierung eine neue Übersetzung mit fortlaufendem Kommentar. Der griechische Text wird als Anhang beigegeben. Der interkulturelle Charakter dieser Weisheitslehren wird durch ausführliche Heranziehung von biblischen, hellenistisch-jüdischen und griechisch-römischen Vergleichstexten herausgearbeitet. Pluspunkte: Erster Kommentar zu Pseudo-Phocylides seit 20 Jahren. Dritter Band der erfolgreichen neuen Kommentarreihe CEJL.
Category: Religion

Aesthetics Of Fraudulence In Nineteenth Century France

Author : Scott Carpenter
ISBN : 9781317184812
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In his engagingly written and original book, Scott Carpenter analyzes multiple manifestations of the false in nineteenth-century France. Under Carpenter's thorough and systematic analysis, fraudulence emerges as a cultural preoccupation in nineteenth-century literature and society, whether it be in the form of literary mystifications, the thematic portrayal of frauds, or the privileging of falseness as an aesthetic principle. Focusing particularly on the aesthetics of fraudulence in works by Mérimée, Balzac, Baudelaire, Vidocq, Sand, and others, Carpenter places these literary representations within the context of other cultural phenomena, such as caricature, political history, and ceremonial events. As he highlights the special relationship between literary fiction and fraudulence, Carpenter argues that falseness arises as an aesthetic preoccupation in post-revolutionary France, where it introduces a blurring of limits between hitherto discrete categories. This transgression of boundaries challenges notions of authenticity and sincerity, categories that Romantic aesthetics championed at the beginning of the nineteenth century in France. Carpenter's study makes an important contribution to the cultural significance of mystification in nineteenth-century France and furthers our understanding of French literature and cultural history.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Encyclopaedia Britannica

Author : Thomas Stewart Traill
ISBN : UCAL:C2649767
Genre : Encyclopedias and dictionaries
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The Encyclopaedia Britannica

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Juvenal And The Satiric Emotions

Author : Catherine Keane
ISBN : 9780190266974
Genre : History
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In his sixteen verse Satires, Juvenal explores the emotional provocations and pleasures associated with social criticism and mockery. He makes use of traditional generic elements such as the first-person speaker, moral diatribe, narrative, and literary allusion to create this new satiric preoccupation and theme. Juvenal defines the satirist figure as an emotional agent who dramatizes his own response to human vices and faults, and he in turn aims to engage other people's feelings. Over the course of his career, he adopts a series of rhetorical personae that represent a spectrum of satiric emotions, encouraging his audience to ponder satire's proper emotional mode and function. Juvenal first offers his signature indignatio with its associated pleasures and discomforts, then tries on subtler personae that suggest dry detachment, callous amusement, anxiety, and other affective states. As Keane shows, the satiric emotions are not only found in the author's rhetorical performances, but they are also a major part of the human farrago that the Satires purport to treat. Juvenal's poems explore the dynamic operation of emotions in society, drawing on diverse ancient literary, rhetorical, and philosophical sources. Each poem uniquely engages with different texts and ideas to reveal the unsettling powers of its emotional mode. Keane also analyzes the "emotional plot" of each book of Satires and the structural logic of the entire series with its wide range of subjects and settings. From his famous angry tirades to his more puzzling later meditations, Juvenal demonstrates an enduring interest in the relationship between feelings and moral judgment.
Category: History