2 edition of Studies in classical satire and related literary theory found in the catalog.
Studies in classical satire and related literary theory
Charles August Van Rooy
|Statement||by C.A. Van Rooy.|
|LC Classifications||PA3033 V3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 229 p.|
|Number of Pages||229|
Cambridge Core - Literary Theory - The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism - edited by George Alexander Kennedy. Wood, Nigel. “Satire.” In The English Literature Companion. Edited by Julian Wolfreys, – Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, E-mail Citation» Useful summary of satire as a genre. Overall volume offers undergraduates an introduction to the discipline of English and literary studies.
Maria Plaza sets out to analyse the function of humour in the Roman satirists Horace, Persius, and Juvenal. Her starting point is that satire is driven by two motives, which are to a certain extent opposed: to display humour, and to promote a serious moral message. She argues that, while the Roman satirist needs humour for his work's aesthetic merit, his proposed message suffers from the. Introduction. This article deals primarily with the transmission and reception in western Europe of classical Greek and Latin texts written before CE, and focuses on the Latin chronological limits observed here are CE –c. CE These “bookend” dates apply, respectively, to the death of Boethius, a transition figure between late antiquity and the early Middle Ages.
In Why Literary Periods Mattered: Historical Context and the Prestige of English Studies, Ted Underwood proposes that such a view of the literary past—through “periodization”—ultimately does not in fact derive from academic literary study but from a more general perspective on history introduced by a popular source, the historical. The art of telling stories precedes literary theory as the chicken precedes the egg. Literary theorists attempt to describe the art that storytellers invent. Critics apply their theories to literary works. My own experience writing Mark Twain and.
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All user tags (1) View most popular tags as: tag list | tag cloud. item 3 Studies in Classical SATIRE and Related Literary Theory VAN ROOY Literature 3 - Studies in Classical SATIRE and Related Literary Theory VAN ROOY Literature $ Free shipping. Literary criticism (or literary studies) is the study, evaluation, and interpretation of literary criticism is often influenced by literary theory, which is the philosophical discussion of literature's goals and methods.
Though the two activities are closely related, literary critics are not always, and have not always been, theorists. Van Rooy, C. A.: Studies in Classical Satire and Related Literary Theory (Brill, Leiden, ) pp. The enquiries undertaken in this work encompass a wider field than most that have been devoted to Roman satire and relevant problems.
Some theses that were made more or less tentatively (cf. Kroll's shortish art. satura of in RE. Studies in Classical Satire and Related Literary Theory [C. Vann Rooy] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The various genres of satire, and their legal equivalents will be discussed throughout. Initially, I will simply note three of the more important studies.
C.A. VAN ROOY, STUDIES IN CLASSICAL SATIRE AND RELATED LITERARY THEORY (), provides an expansive introduction to etymological and philological issues related to the meaning and genres Cited by: 8.
Roman Satire and the Old Comic Tradition. satire’s differences from Old Comedy and the link between society and literature—constitutes the conditions of the book’s methodology.
As expected, these are set out in the book’s introduction. Van Rooy, C.A., Studies in Classical Satire and related Literary Theory, Leidenff.
: Andreas Gavrielatos. Literary theory in a strict sense is the systematic study of the nature of literature and of the methods for analyzing literature. However, literary scholarship since the 19th century often includes—in addition to, or even instead of literary theory in the strict sense—considerations of intellectual history, moral philosophy, social prophecy, and other interdisciplinary themes which are of.
Van Rooy, Studies in Classical Satire and Related Literary Theory (Leyden ). Witke, Latin Satire. The Classical Genre its Medieval Development. Harvard University dis-sertation, summarized in HSCP 66 () The major theoretical study of Roman Satire during this period is that of Van Rooy (7).
"I find the Introduction extremely convincing, lucid, learned, fair to past scholarship, and truly illuminating about the meaning of tragedy in general and about the very specific acceptions of hamartia, katharsis, ekplêxis, and thauma, in the context of an appropriate understanding of the r remarkable feature is the dexterity and ease with which it draws on all the relevant.
John T. Gilmore is an Associate Professor in the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies at the University of Warwick.
He teaches, researches and has published on eighteenth-century literature written in English and Latin, the literature and history of the Caribbean, and Translation Studies.4/5(2).
Satire: the classical genre of dissent: Juvenalian influence on Samuel Johnson's London A BRIEF HISTORY OF SATIRE Satire, the classical form of dissent, is Roman in origin.
All other types of Latin poetry are known by Related Literary Theory (Leiden: "E.J. Brill, ), pAuthor: Geraldine Katner Jones. Barbara K. Gold is Edward North Professor of Classics at Hamilton College, Emerita.
She received her B.A. at the University of Michigan inher master’s degree in and her doctorate inboth from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research focuses on Greek and Roman literature, particularly Roman elegy, lyric, and satire; medieval literature.
2 Cf. Sommerstein, A.H., ‘ Comedy and the unspeakable ’, in Cairns, D.L. and Knox, R.A. (edd.), Law, Rhetoric and Comedy in Classical Athens. Essays in Honour of Douglas M. MacDowell (Swansea, ), –22, at ‘No one in comedy is accused of murder.’To be precise, there are two references to murderers in Aristophanes’ plays.
The first is to a woman who ‘bashed her husband Author: Giacomo Fedeli. Van Rooy, C. A.; Studies in Classical Satire and Related Literary Theory (Leiden, ) Witke, C.: Latin Satire: The Structure of Persuasion (Leiden, ) Zetzel, J.
G.: “Horace’s Liber Sermonum: The Structure of Ambiguity” Arethusa 13 () 59– About Poe and the Subversion of American Literature. Choice Outstanding Academic Title In Poe and the Subversion of American Literature, Robert T.
Tally Jr. argues that Edgar Allan Poe is best understood, not merely as a talented artist or canny magazinist, but primarily as a practical joker who employs satire and fantasy to poke fun at an emergent nationalist discourse circulating in the.
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Mid-career, senior, and emerging scholars with a strong record of peer-reviewed work from all areas of the humanities are encouraged to apply. In its eleven essays, Theorizing Satire reexplores old issues from new perspectives and opens up new dimensions of satire for critical analysis.
Adapting to its object of study, this eclectic collection brings to bear upon classical, British, continental, and American satires the insights of New Pages:. I find the book has an excellent Introduction and the supporting texts fit in well with other related topics." —Mary Hewlett, University of Windsor, Ontario "The editor’s accompanying material is very successful in providing a clear sense of this important work’s intellectual and historical context, as ."literary criticism in antiquity" published on by null.Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription.
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