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Paradox and the marvellous in Augustan literature and culture

Paradox and the marvellous in Augustan literature and culture

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Latin literature -- History and criticism,
  • Paradox in literature,
  • Marvelous, The, in literature,
  • Art, Roman,
  • Paradox in art,
  • Marvelous, The, in art,
  • Rome -- Civilization,
  • Rome -- History -- Augustus, 30 B.C.-14 A.D

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Philip Hardie.
    ContributionsHardie, Philip R.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPA6019 .P37 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 388 p. :
    Number of Pages388
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23724631M
    ISBN 100199231249
    ISBN 109780199231249
    LC Control Number2008943925

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Introduction: Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture, Philip Hardie. Horace’s Ars poetica and the Marvellous, Mario Citroni. Where the Wild Things are: Locating the Marvellous in Augustan Wall Painting, Verity Platt.

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Horace's Ars Poetica and the Marvellous / Mario Citroni. Get this from a library. Paradox and the marvellous in Augustan literature and culture. [Philip R Hardie;] -- The literature and art of Augustan Rome are often thought of as the product of an age of high classicism, characterized by maturity, balance, and harmony.

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De novis libris iudicia / S.J. Harrison / Mnemosyne 64 () Hardie, Ph. (ed.) Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture. Oxford, Oxford University Press. xiv, pp., 16 pl. £ (hb). ISBN This book forms part of an ongoing series primarily generated by conferences of the European network La poésie augustéenne.

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(ed), Paradox And The Marvellous In Augustan Literature And Culture. Oxford: OUP, PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION The literature and art of Augustan Rome are often thought of as the product of an age of high classicism, characterized by maturity, balance, and harmony.

Philip Russell Hardie, FBA (born 13 July ) is a specialist in Latin literature at the University of has written especially on Virgil, Ovid, and Lucretius, and on the influence of these writers on the literature, art, and ideology of later centuries.

Philip Hardie was educated at St Paul's School, London and Corpus Christi College, Oxford. Philip Hardie (ed.), Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press, Pp. xiii, ISBN $ Reviewed by David Meban, Campion College, The University of Regina [Authors and titles are listed at the end of the review.].

The Alexandrian Tradition Interactions between Science, Religion, and Literature Series. Ordering wonderland: Ovid's Pythagoras and the Augustan vision. Beagon. In: edited by Philip Hardie, editor(s).

Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture. Oxford: Oxford University Press; p. Cited by: 2. In Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture, ed. Philip R. Hardie, Oxford. Lowe, Dustan. “Tree-Worship, Sacred Groves and Roman Antiquities in the Aeneid.” Proceedings of the Virgil Society Mack, Sara “The.

The establishment of the Augustan regime presents itself as the assertion of order and rationality in the political, ideological, and artistic spheres, after the disorder and madness of the civil wars of the late Republic. But the classical, Apollonian poetry of the Augustan period is fascinated by the irrational in both the public and private spheres.

Search text. Search type Research Explorer Website Staff directory. Alternatively, use our A–Z indexCited by: 2. Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture. Oxford, "Barbarians I: Tacitus' Jews." In A.

Feldherr, ed., Cambridge Companion to the Roman Historians. Cambridge, "'Dionysiac Poetics' and the Memory of Civil War in Horace's Cleopatra Ode." In.‘ In search of the lost Hercules: strategies of the fantastic in the Aeneid, ’ in Hardie, P.

(ed.), Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture (), –4); and they both appear in Pallanteum after crossing roughly a half of the Mediterranean world (Hercules the western and Aeneas the eastern half).Cited by: 7.

Popular literature holds a larger market share. Romance fiction had an estimated $ billion share in the US book market in Inspirational literature/religious literature followed with $ million, science fiction/fantasy with $ million, mystery with $ million and.

My research interests lie in the poetry and culture of the late Roman Republic and early Empire. I have published books on Ovid’s love poetry and on the Latin poets’ presentation of the myths of three badly behaved Cretan women, Pasiphae, Ariadne and Phaedra, as well as articles on various aspects of the poetry of Catullus, Vergil, Horace and Ovid.

Nexus Webmail. Weblearn. Facebook. Publisher’s Preview. Philip Hardie has now added another survey book to his long list of publications. 1 Augustan Poetry and the Irrational is a collection of essays concerning the traditional late Republican and Augustan poets (Vergil, Horace, Catullus, Lucretius, Ovid, and Propertius), as well as later authors as interpreters of their works.

The essays represent papers delivered at a Author: Patricia A. Johnston. This book has been cited by the following publications. These are pressing questions both for ancient literature and for film and other modern media, and this volume will be of interest to scholars and students of cultural studies as well as of the ancient world.

(eds.), Clio and the Poets: Augustan Poetry and the Traditions of Ancient. The strange art of the sententious declaimer.

Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature, ed. Philip Hardie (Oxford ) Fear and freedom: a new interpretation of Pliny's Panegyricus. Ordine e sovversione nel mondo greco e romano, ed. Gianpaolo Urso (Pisa ) The politics of rhetorical education.

Rumour and renown. Representations of fama in western literature (Cambridge ) Classical literary careers and their reception, co-edited with Helen Moore (Cambridge ) Lucretian receptions. History, the sublime, knowledge (Cambridge ) (ed.) Paradox and the marvellous in Augustan literature and culture (Oxford ).

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It offers both a fresh look at society in the ancient world and an opportunity to deepen the reading of classical literature. The book will appeal to readers in classical society and. The Sinner (Rizzoli and Isles Series #3) by Tess Gerritsen in CHM, DJVU, DOC download e-book.

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Press ), ISBN (Hg., mit Stuart Gillespie): Cambridge Companion to Lucretius (Cambridge ), ISBN (Hg.): Cambridge Companion to Ovid (Cambridge ), ISBN ; Rezension von: Joseph Farrell, in: Bryn Mawr Classical Review Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture: Editors: Philip Hardie: Place of Publication: Oxford: Publisher: Oxford University Press: Pages: Number of pages: ISBN (Print) Publication status: Published - Cited by: 2.

Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature, ed. Philip Hardie (Oxford UP, ) Fear and freedom: a new interpretation of Pliny’s Panegyricus. Ordine e sovversione nel mondo greco e romano, ed. Gianpaolo Urso (Edizioni ETS, ) The politics of rhetorical education.

Cambridge Companion to Ancient Rhetoric, ed. Erik. (Cambridge, ); Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture (Oxford, ); Augustan Poetry and the Irrational (Oxford, ). He is also co-editor (with Alessandro Barchiesi and Stephen Hinds) of Ovidian Transformations: Essays on Ovid’s Metamorphoses and its Reception (Cambridge, ); (with S.

Gillespie) of The Cambridge. Where the Wild Things Are: Locating the Marvellous in Augustan Wall-Painting Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture Oxford 41 74 Platt V. Hardie P. Where the Wild Things Are: Locating the Marvellous in Augustan Wall-Painting Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture Oxford 41 74)| falseCited by: 3.

"Where The Wild Things Are: Locating the Marvellous in Augustan Wall-Painting", in P. Hardie (ed.), Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture. Oxford University Press (), On the importance of cyclicity, against an Empedoclean background, in the first book of Ovid’s Metamorphoses, a text which was a key model for Lucan’s first book, see D.

Nelis, ‘Ovid, Metamorphoses nova monstra and the foedera naturae’, in Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture, ed.

Hardie, Oxford Author: Damien Patrick Nelis. Hardie, Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture, (Oxford ) = Hardie (b). Henderson, ’A Doo-Dah-Doo-Dah-Dey at the Races: Ovid Amores and the Personal politics of the Circus Maximus’, CA Cited by: 3.

Horace: Satires Book I. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, (Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics). xi, pp. Griffin, Jasper G.

'Cult and Personality in Horace.'. Abstract:The study explores Hellenistic readers’ reception of archaic and classical lyric poetry by using Pindar’s dithyrambs as a representative test case.

The ‘horizons of expectations’ in the Hellenistic era, it is argued, were influenced not only by ancient lyric poetry per se but also by the commentaries that accompanied the lyric corpora, by Hellenistic theorizing about the voice Author: Tom Phillips.Secondary works dealing with texts and topics that are connected with or relevant to the content and contexts of paradoxographical writing.

Paradox And The Marvellous In Augustan Literature And Culture. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 'The used-book trade in the Roman world', The Phoenix XLIV pp Stein, O.Guichard echoes the title of the book edited in by Philip Hardie ("Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture"), moving from Latin to Greek literature: he examines some epigrams of the Greek Anthology and the work of Oppian, using the analytical method proposed in by Alessandro Giannini.

Imperial poetry favoured.