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Lanham (...): Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield). Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield), Lanham (...), 2007. XIX,427p. Paperback. Tail spine a little bit bumped. With author's dedication on half title. ?Fratantuono (F.) provides us with a book intended to be a comprehensive introduction to Vergil's Aeneid. F. directs his book towards any possible readers of Vergil: Latinists, Latin-less readers, high school students, undergraduates, graduates, professionals. At the same time, F. centers his argument around the assumption that Vergil's point in writing the Aeneid was to explore the role madness played in the national identity of the Romans. Generally speaking, F. achieves these goals as he leads the readers through Vergil's epic poem book by book and scene by scene. Thereby, F.'s book indeed provides us with an introduction to all the major aspects of the interpretation of the Aeneid. Indeed, there is something useful for everyone - however serious about reading the Aeneid or however advanced in Vergilian studies one might be - in this book, although I think that advanced undergraduates will profit most from it. And indeed, F.'s book will, of course, not fail to provoke resistance, because not every scholar (and maybe not every non-professional reader of the Aeneid as well) will be convinced that the role of madness for the Roman identity in fact was the main focus of Vergil's attention when he wrote the Aeneid. (?) In sum, F.'s observations lead us to a deeper and more comprehensive understanding of Vergil's text. (?) In general, one should also not fail to read the notes of the individual chapters. F. has made wonderful points and painstaking observations in them and presents the reader of his book with many beautiful and valuable gifts in these sections of his chapters which are not to be neglected. (?) F.'s book is a wonderful book, because with its well-versed learning in all aspects of Vergilian scholarship it inspires its readers to think independently. F. himself points out that readers of Vergil should read the Aeneid first. F.'s book, however, provides what according to the book's own title is ?a? reading of this epic poem along with much helpful background information. And exactly because this reading does not want to release us from our duty to read the Aeneid on our own, we are greatly helped and enabled to develop our own understanding of the Aeneid and to make our own conclusions.? (WOLFGANG POLLEICHTNER in Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2007.12.19). From the library of Professor Carl Deroux., Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield)

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Madness Unchained is a comprehensive introduction to and study of Virgil''s Aeneid. The book moves through Virgil''s epic scene by scene and offers a detailed explication of not only all the major (and many minor) difficulties of interpretation, but also provides a cohesive argument that explores Virgil''s point in writing this epic of Roman mythology and Augustan propaganda: the role of fury or madness in Rome''s national identity. There have been other books that have attempted to present a complete guide to the Aeneid, but this is the first to address every episode in the poem, omitting nothing, and aiming itself at an audience that ranges from the Advanced Placement Virgil student in secondary school to the professional Virgilian and everyone in-between, both Latinists and the Latin-less. Individual chapters correspond to the books of the poem; unlike some volumes that prejudice the reader''s interpretation of the work by rearranging the order of episodes in order to influence their impact on the audience, this book moves in the order Virgil intended, and also gives rather fuller exposition to the second half of the poem, Virgil''s self-proclaimed ''greater work'' (maius opus). Lee Fratantuono, Books, Fiction and Literature, Madness Unchained: A Reading of Virgil's Aeneid Books>Fiction and Literature, Lexington Books

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Madness Unchained: A Reading of Virgil's Aeneid
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Fratantuono, Lee

Titel:

Madness Unchained: A Reading of Virgil's Aeneid

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0739122428

The book aims at providing a coherent guide to the entirety of Virgil's Aeneid, with analysis of every scene and, in some cases, every line of crucial passages. The book tries to provide a guide to the vast bibliography and scholarly apparatus that has grown around Virgil studies (especially over the past century), and to offer some critical study of what Virgil's purpose and intent may have been in crafting his response to Augustus' political ascendancy in Rome, Rome's history of near-constant civil strife, and the myths of Rome's origins and their conflicting Trojan, Greek, and native Italian origins.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780739122426
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0739122428
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: Lexington Books
427 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,660 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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