Imitate Anacreon! Mimesis, Poiesis, and Poetic Inspiration in the Carmina Anacreontea : Mimesis, Poiesis and the Poetic Inspiration in the Carmina Anacreontea.

By: Baumbach, ManuelContributor(s): Dümmler, Nicola | Krasser, HelmutSeries: Millennium-Studien / Millennium StudiesPublisher: Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 2014Copyright date: ©2014Description: 1 online resource (320 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783110370768Subject(s): Greek poetry -- History and criticism -- Congresses.;Mimesis in literature -- Congresses.;Poetics -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Imitate Anacreon! Mimesis, Poiesis, and Poetic Inspiration in the Carmina Anacreontea : Mimesis, Poiesis and the Poetic Inspiration in the Carmina AnacreonteaDDC classification: 881.009 LOC classification: PA3093.I458 2014ebOnline resources: Click to View
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Intro -- Introduction -- I. Mimesis: The Carmina Anacreontea and the Reception of Anacreon up to the Hellenistic Period Anacreon's Palinode -- Anacreontea avant la lettre: Euripides' Cyclops 495-518 -- Anacreon, Hellenistic Epigram and the Anacreontic Poet -- "Anacreon, the Connoisseur of Desires": An Anacreontic Reading of Menecrates' Sepulchral Epigram (IKyzikos 18, 520) -- II. Poiesis: Language and Poetology in the Carmina Anacreontea Dialect in the Anacreontea -- "Come now, best of painters, paint my lover": The Poetics of Ecphrasis in the Anacreontea -- The Problem of Self-Thematisation in the Carmina Anacreontea 1, 6 and 32 -- Τὸν Ἀνακρέοντα μιμοῦ: Imitation and Enactment in the Anacreontics -- III. Poetic Inspiration: The Reception of the Carmina Anacreontea Neo-Latin Anacreontic Poetry: Its Shape(s) and Its Significance -- „Er fing an zu singen, und sang lauter Mägdchen": Johann Wolfgang Ludwig Gleim, The German Anacreon -- Tschernikovsky's Songs of Anacreon: A Curious Literary Phenomenon -- Abstracts -- Abbreviations -- Bibliography -- Index of Names -- Index of Passages Cited.
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Intro -- Introduction -- I. Mimesis: The Carmina Anacreontea and the Reception of Anacreon up to the Hellenistic Period Anacreon's Palinode -- Anacreontea avant la lettre: Euripides' Cyclops 495-518 -- Anacreon, Hellenistic Epigram and the Anacreontic Poet -- "Anacreon, the Connoisseur of Desires": An Anacreontic Reading of Menecrates' Sepulchral Epigram (IKyzikos 18, 520) -- II. Poiesis: Language and Poetology in the Carmina Anacreontea Dialect in the Anacreontea -- "Come now, best of painters, paint my lover": The Poetics of Ecphrasis in the Anacreontea -- The Problem of Self-Thematisation in the Carmina Anacreontea 1, 6 and 32 -- Τὸν Ἀνακρέοντα μιμοῦ: Imitation and Enactment in the Anacreontics -- III. Poetic Inspiration: The Reception of the Carmina Anacreontea Neo-Latin Anacreontic Poetry: Its Shape(s) and Its Significance -- „Er fing an zu singen, und sang lauter Mägdchen": Johann Wolfgang Ludwig Gleim, The German Anacreon -- Tschernikovsky's Songs of Anacreon: A Curious Literary Phenomenon -- Abstracts -- Abbreviations -- Bibliography -- Index of Names -- Index of Passages Cited.

Millenniumpursues an interdisciplinaryapproach transcending historical eras. The international editorial board and the advisory board represent a wide range of disciplines - contributions from art and literary studies are just as welcome as historical, theological and philosophical disciplines; contributions onLatin and Greek cultures just as welcome as on Oriental cultures.

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