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Virgil`s Iliad. An Essay on Epic Narrative. - GRANSDEN, K.W.,
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1986, ISBN: 0521287561

ID: 24145

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (...), 1984. 221p. Paperback. Broschiert `This is a book about Virgil`s Aeneid, especially the second half of the poem, are explores in some detail Virgil`s use of Homer`s Iliad. The author`s main purpose is to try to re-establish the value and importance of books VII-XII of the Aeneid, which he argues, far from constituting a falling off from the more familiar earlier books, Aeneid VII-XII presents a continuous epic narrative of sustained power, planned and executed on the largest scale and offering a structural unity which matches that of its great model. His secondary purpose is to try to give the modern reader an impression of what Homer`s Iliad meant to the implied reader of the Aeneid and to Virgil himself. Throughout, Gransden places emphasis on the text as a piece of continuous narrative, finding that the experience of reading VII-XII modifies the reader`s sense of books I-VI. This book will interest all those who enjoy Virgil, whether they are studying Latin or reading the poet in translation. A knowledge of Latin is not essential and those concerned with the techniques of narrative in epic and other fiction will also find the book of value. (Editor`s information). ?In sum, this is both a stimulating and a mildly exasperating book. G. is reasonably succesfull in relating Aeneid and Iliad given his limitations of format. And the book?s draw-back (for the reviewer) of over-concentration on modern literary theory, consequent skimping over the scholarly side and some careless error are counterbalanced by some illuminating remarks on the neglected second half of the Aeneid.? (S.J. HARRISON in The Classical Review (New Series), 1986, p.40). ohne Angabe, [PU: Cambridge University Press]

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Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (...), 1984. 221p. Paperback. `This is a book about Virgil`s Aeneid, especially the second half of the poem, are explores in some detail Virgil`s use of Homer`s Iliad. The author`s main purpose is to try to re-establish the value and importance of books VII-XII of the Aeneid, which he argues, far from constituting a falling off from the more familiar earlier books, Aeneid VII-XII presents a continuous epic narrative of sustained power, planned and executed on the largest scale and offering a structural unity which matches that of its great model. His secondary purpose is to try to give the modern reader an impression of what Homer`s Iliad meant to the implied reader of the Aeneid and to Virgil himself. Throughout, Gransden places emphasis on the text as a piece of continuous narrative, finding that the experience of reading VII-XII modifies the reader`s sense of books I-VI. This book will interest all those who enjoy Virgil, whether they are studying Latin or reading the poet in translation. A knowledge of Latin is not essential and those concerned with the techniques of narrative in epic and other fiction will also find the book of value. (Editor`s information). ?In sum, this is both a stimulating and a mildly exasperating book. G. is reasonably succesfull in relating Aeneid and Iliad given his limitations of format. And the book?s draw-back (for the reviewer) of over-concentration on modern literary theory, consequent skimping over the scholarly side and some careless error are counterbalanced by some illuminating remarks on the neglected second half of the Aeneid.? (S.J. HARRISON in The Classical Review (New Series), 1986, p.40). Versand D: 6,50 EUR, [PU: Cambridge University Press]

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ISBN: 9780521287562

ID: 24145

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (...), 1984. 221p. Paperback. `This is a book about Virgil`s Aeneid, especially the second half of the poem, are explores in some detail Virgil`s use of Homer`s Iliad. The author`s main purpose is to try to re-establish the value and importance of books VII-XII of the Aeneid, which he argues, far from constituting a falling off from the more familiar earlier books, Aeneid VII-XII presents a continuous epic narrative of sustained power, planned and executed on the largest scale and offering a structural unity which matches that of its great model. His secondary purpose is to try to give the modern reader an impression of what Homer`s Iliad meant to the implied reader of the Aeneid and to Virgil himself. Throughout, Gransden places emphasis on the text as a piece of continuous narrative, finding that the experience of reading VII-XII modifies the reader`s sense of books I-VI. This book will interest all those who enjoy Virgil, whether they are studying Latin or reading the poet in translation. A knowledge of Latin is not essential and those concerned with the techniques of narrative in epic and other fiction will also find the book of value. (Editor`s information). ?In sum, this is both a stimulating and a mildly exasperating book. G. is reasonably succesfull in relating Aeneid and Iliad given his limitations of format. And the book?s draw-back (for the reviewer) of over-concentration on modern literary theory, consequent skimping over the scholarly side and some careless error are counterbalanced by some illuminating remarks on the neglected second half of the Aeneid.? (S.J. HARRISON in The Classical Review (New Series), 1986, p.40). Versand D: 8,00 EUR, [PU: Cambridge University Press]

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Virgil`s Iliad. An Essay on Epic Narrative. - Taschenbuch

1986, ISBN: 0521287561

ID: 24145

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (...), 1984. 221p. Paperback. Broschiert `This is a book about Virgil`s Aeneid, especially the second half of the poem, are explores in some detail Virgil`s use of Homer`s Iliad. The author`s main purpose is to try to re-establish the value and importance of books VII-XII of the Aeneid, which he argues, far from constituting a falling off from the more familiar earlier books, Aeneid VII-XII presents a continuous epic narrative of sustained power, planned and executed on the largest scale and offering a structural unity which matches that of its great model. His secondary purpose is to try to give the modern reader an impression of what Homer`s Iliad meant to the implied reader of the Aeneid and to Virgil himself. Throughout, Gransden places emphasis on the text as a piece of continuous narrative, finding that the experience of reading VII-XII modifies the reader`s sense of books I-VI. This book will interest all those who enjoy Virgil, whether they are studying Latin or reading the poet in translation. A knowledge of Latin is not essential and those concerned with the techniques of narrative in epic and other fiction will also find the book of value. (Editor`s information). ?In sum, this is both a stimulating and a mildly exasperating book. G. is reasonably succesfull in relating Aeneid and Iliad given his limitations of format. And the book?s draw-back (for the reviewer) of over-concentration on modern literary theory, consequent skimping over the scholarly side and some careless error are counterbalanced by some illuminating remarks on the neglected second half of the Aeneid.? (S.J. HARRISON in The Classical Review (New Series), 1986, p.40)., [PU: Cambridge University Press]

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Virgil's Iliad: An Essay on Epic Narrative
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Gransden, K. W.

Titel:

Virgil's Iliad: An Essay on Epic Narrative

ISBN-Nummer:

0521287561

This is a book about Virgil's Aeneid, especially the second half of the poem, are explores in some detail Virgil's use of Homer's Iliad. The author's main purpose is to try to re-establish the value and importance of books VII-XII of the Aeneid, which he argues, far from constituting a falling off from the more familiar earlier books, Aeneid VII-XII presents a continuous epic narrative of sustained power, planned and executed on the largest scale and offering a structural unity which matches that of its great model. His secondary purpose is to try to give the modern reader an impression of what Homer's Iliad meant to the implied reader of the Aeneid and to Virgil himself. Throughout, Gransden places emphasis on the text as a piece of continuous narrative, finding that the experience of reading VII-XII modifies the reader's sense of books I-VI. This book will interest all those who enjoy Virgil, whether they are studying Latin or reading the poet in translation. A knowledge of Latin is not essential and those concerned with the techniques of narrative in epic and other fiction will also find the book of value.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780521287562
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0521287561
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 1984
Herausgeber: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
232 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,322 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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