[Full Book] Ennius Annals

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Cynthia Damon
Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 353

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Ennius Annals by Cynthia Damon, Ennius Annals Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Ennius Annals books, Brings together historical and literary perspectives to begin charting a new course for research on Ennius' masterpiece.


[Full Book] The Annals Of Q Ennius

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Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
Author: Quintus Ennius
Category : Language Arts & Disciplines
Languages : en
Pages : 848

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Ennius Annals by Quintus Ennius, The Annals Of Q Ennius Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Annals Of Q Ennius books, The Annals of Ennius (b. 239 B.C.) was the earliest Latin epic poem to be written in hexameters and had a great influence on later Latin poetry; unfortunately only fragments survive. This definitive edition contains an introduction, text with critical apparatus, and full commentary.


[Full Book] The Annals Of Quintus Ennius And The Italic Tradition

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Publisher: JHU Press
Author: Jay Fisher
Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 206

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Ennius Annals by Jay Fisher, The Annals Of Quintus Ennius And The Italic Tradition Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Annals Of Quintus Ennius And The Italic Tradition books, "Jay Fisher argues that Ennius does not simply translate Homeric models into Latin, but blends Greek poetic models with Italic diction to produce a poetic hybrid. Fisher's investigation uncovers a poem that blends foreign and familiar cultural elements in order to generate layers of meaning for his Roman audience. Fisher combines modern linguistic methodologies with traditional philology to uncover the influence of the language of Roman ritual, kinship, and military culture on the Annals"--


[Full Book] Ennius Annals

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Cynthia Damon
Category : History
Languages : en
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Ennius Annals by Cynthia Damon, Ennius Annals Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Ennius Annals books, In the context of recent challenges to long-standing assumptions about the nature of Ennius' Annals and the editorial methods appropriate to the poem's fragmentary remains, this volume seeks to move Ennian studies forward on three axes. First, a re-evaluation of the literary and historical precedents for and building blocks of Ennius' poem in order to revise the history of early Latin literature. Second, a cross-fertilization of recent critical approaches to the fields of poetry and historiography. Third, reflection on the tools and methods that will best serve future literary and historical research on the Annals and its reception. Adopting different approaches to these broad topics, the fourteen papers in this volume illustrate how much can be said about Ennius' poem and its place in literary history independent of any commitment to inevitably speculative totalizing interpretations.


[Full Book] Ennius Annales And Virgil S Aeneid

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Publisher: Oxford University Press
Author: Nora Goldschmidt
Category : History
Languages : en
Pages : 258

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Ennius Annales And Virgil S Aeneid

Ennius Annals by Nora Goldschmidt, Ennius Annales And Virgil S Aeneid Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Ennius Annales And Virgil S Aeneid books, Quintus Ennius was once the monumental epic poet of Republican Rome, 'the father of Roman poetry'. However, around one hundred and fifty years after his epic Annales first appeared, it was decisively replaced by Virgil's Aeneid, and now survives only in fragments. Looking at the intersections between intertextuality and the appropriations of cultural memory, Goldschmidt considers the relationship between Rome's two greatcanonical epics. She focuses on how Virgil's poem appropriates and re-writes the myths and memories which Ennius had enshrined in Roman epic. Goldschmidt argues that Virgil was not just a slicker 'new poet', butconstructed himself as an older 'archaic poet' of the deepest memories of the Roman past, ultimately competing for the 'shaggy crown' of Ennius.


[Full Book] Ennius And The Architecture Of The Annales

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Jackie Elliott
Category : History
Languages : la
Pages : 608

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Ennius And The Architecture Of The Annales

Ennius Annals by Jackie Elliott, Ennius And The Architecture Of The Annales Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Ennius And The Architecture Of The Annales books, Ennius' Annales, which is preserved only in fragments, was hugely influential on Roman literature and culture. This book explores the genesis, in the ancient sources for Ennius' epic and in modern scholarship, of the accounts of the Annales with which we operate today. A series of appendices detail each source's contribution to our record of the poem, and are used to consider how the interests and working methods of the principal sources shape the modern view of the poem and to re-examine the limits imposed and the possibilities offered by this ancient evidence. Dr Elliott challenges standard views of the poem, such as its use of time and the disposition of the gods within it. She argues that the manifest impact of the Annales on the collective Roman psyche results from its innovative promotion of a vision of Rome as the primary focus of the cosmos in all its aspects.


[Full Book] Ennius Perennis

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Author: William Fitzgerald
Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 172

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Ennius Annals by William Fitzgerald, Ennius Perennis Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Ennius Perennis books, Ennius Perennis: The Annals and Beyond is a collection of eight essays by an international group of scholars on different aspects of the poetry and legacy of Quintus Ennius (239-169 BC). Ennius' epic poem The Annals and his many other works, including tragedies, satires and epigrams, survive only in mystifying fragments, but his influence on Latin poetry was enormous. He is now beginning to be appreciated, thanks both to excellent critical editions and to more enlightened literary and historical approaches, as a complex and varied poet and a fascinating representative of an era of intense cultural and political change. While they acknowledge the extent to which later authors are responsible for creating a misleading perception of Ennius as monolithic, jingoistic and clumsy, these essays also reflect on what can be said about the nature and aims of his work, given the limitations of our evidence. Subjects discussed include Cicero's "invention" of Ennius, the part played by the cor (heart) in unifying Ennius' literary project, the possibility of "further voices" and a role for women in Ennius, Virgil's fraught "father-son" relationship with his epic predecessor and Ennius' later reincarnation in the works of Horace and Petrarch. The collection is likely to appeal to all who are interested in Latin literature, literary history or reception studies.


[Full Book] Ennius Noster

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Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Author: Jason S. Nethercut
Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 248

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Ennius Annals by Jason S. Nethercut, Ennius Noster Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Ennius Noster books, "Ennius' Annales was one of the most important hexameter epics written before Vergil's Aeneid, and perhaps the most influential Latin poem of any period. ... This book ... capitalizes on the fruits of ... Ennian studies in order to analyze the reception of Ennius' Annales in Lucretius' De Rerum Natura. ... For the reader interested in Lucretius, this book offers a systematic analysis of the primary poetic model of the De Rerum Natura and so fills a long-standing and sizeable gap in our understanding of Lucretian poetics and his allusive program. For the reader interested in Ennius, this book offers, at best, an excavation of Lucretius' version of the Annales, a version that must have been foundational for many subsequent receptions of the Annales ... . "--


[Full Book] The Annals Of Quintus Ennius And The Italic Tradition

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Publisher: JHU Press
Author: Jay Fisher
Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 224

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Ennius Annals by Jay Fisher, The Annals Of Quintus Ennius And The Italic Tradition Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Annals Of Quintus Ennius And The Italic Tradition books, Moreover, because these customs are themselves hybrids of earlier Roman, Etruscan, and Greek cultural practices, not to mention the customs of speakers of lesser-known languages such as Oscan and Umbrian, the echoes of cultural interactions generate layers of meaning for Ennius, his ancient audience, and the modern readers of the fragments of the Annals.


[Full Book] Roman Laughter

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Publisher: Oxford University Press
Author: Erich Segal
Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 316

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Ennius Annals by Erich Segal, Roman Laughter Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Roman Laughter books, "Mr. Segal has performed the by no means trifling task of making [Plautus's] achievement credible and understandable."--Times Literary Supplement. "It is refreshing to find Plautus examined for what he undeniably was--a theatrical phenomenon."--Classical World. "We certainly need in English a book devoted to Plautus alone and here we have it."--Phoenix. "Many readers will do as I have done: read Roman Laughter with enjoyment and profit."--Classical Philology. "Of all the Greek and Roman playwrights," Erich Segal writes, "Titus Maccius Plautus is the least admired and the most imitated." In Roman Laughter, the first book-length study of Plautus, Segal argues that this neglected writer, often denounced by scholars for such crimes as "barbarous clownery," merits our serious attention precisely because he was the most successful poet of the ancient world. He analyzes the reasons behind this success, placing the author in his social and historical context and observing that Plautus's wildly comedic flouting of Roman law and custom had a cathartic effect upon a people bound by rule in every aspect of their lives. This expanded edition contains a new preface that reconsiders the work of Plautus in light of recent scholarship and also contains essays on the Amphitryon and the Captivi.


[Full Book] Juno S Aeneid

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Publisher: Princeton University Press
Author: Joseph Farrell
Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 384

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Ennius Annals by Joseph Farrell, Juno S Aeneid Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Juno S Aeneid books, A major new interpretation of Vergil's epic poem as a struggle between two incompatible versions of the Homeric hero This compelling book offers an entirely new way of understanding the Aeneid. Many scholars regard Vergil's poem as an attempt to combine Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey into a single epic. Joseph Farrell challenges this view, revealing how the Aeneid stages an epic contest to determine which kind of story it will tell—and what kind of hero Aeneas will be. Farrell shows how this contest is provoked by the transgressive goddess Juno, who challenges Vergil for the soul of his hero and poem. Her goal is to transform the poem into an Iliad of continuous Trojan persecution instead of an Odyssey of successful homecoming. Farrell discusses how ancient critics considered the flexible Odysseus the model of a good leader but censured the hero of the Iliad, the intransigent Achilles, as a bad one. He describes how the battle over which kind of leader Aeneas will prove to be continues throughout the poem, and explores how this struggle reflects in very different ways on the ethical legitimacy of Rome’s emperor, Caesar Augustus. By reframing the Aeneid in this way, Farrell demonstrates how the purpose of the poem is to confront the reader with an urgent decision between incompatible possibilities and provoke uncertainty about whether the poem is a celebration of Augustus or a melancholy reflection on the discontents of a troubled age.


[Full Book] Ennius Perennis

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Publisher: Cambridge Philological Society
Author: William Fitzgerald
Category : Literary Criticism
Languages : en
Pages : 186

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Ennius Annals by William Fitzgerald, Ennius Perennis Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Ennius Perennis books, Ennius Perennis: the Annals and Beyond is a collection of eight essays by an international group of scholars on different aspects of the poetry and legacy of Quintus Ennius (239-169 BC). Ennius' epic poem the Annals and his many other works, including tragedies, satires and epigrams, survive only in mystifying fragments, but his influence on Latin poetry was enormous. He is now beginning to be appreciated, thanks both to excellent critical editions and to more enlightened literary and historical approaches, as a complex and varied poet and a fascinating representative of an era of intense cultural and political change. While they acknowledge the extent to which later authors are responsible for creating a misleading perception of Ennius as monolithic, jingoistic and clumsy, these essays also reflect on what can be said about the nature and aims of his work, given the limitations of our evidence. Subjects discussed include Cicero's ‘invention’ of Ennius, the part played by the cor (heart) in unifying Ennius' literary project, the possibility of ‘further voices’ and a role for women in Ennius, Virgil's fraught ‘father-son’ relationship with his epic predecessor and Ennius' later reincarnation in the works of Horace and Petrarch. The collection is likely to appeal to all who are interested in Latin literature, literary history or reception studies.


[Full Book] Engendering Rome

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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: A. M. Keith
Category : Literary Collections
Languages : en
Pages : 149

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Engendering Rome

Ennius Annals by A. M. Keith, Engendering Rome Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download Engendering Rome books, Heroism has long been recognised by readers and critics of Roman epic as a central theme of the genre from Virgil and Ovid to Lucan and Statius. However the crucial role female characters play in the constitution and negotiation of the heroism on display in epic has received scant attention in the critical literature. This study represents an attempt to restore female characters to visibility in Roman epic and to examine the discursive operations that effect their marginalisation within both the genre and the critical tradition it has given rise to. The five chapters can be read either as self-contained essays or as a cumulative exploration of the gender dynamics of the Roman epic tradition. The issues addressed are of interest not just to classicists but also to students of gender studies.


[Full Book] The Museum Of Augustus

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Publisher: Getty Publications
Author: Peter Heslin
Category : Architecture
Languages : en
Pages : 352

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Ennius Annals by Peter Heslin, The Museum Of Augustus Books available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. Download The Museum Of Augustus books, In the Odes, Horace writes of his own work, “I have built a monument more enduring than bronze,”—a striking metaphor that hints at how the poetry and built environment of ancient Rome are inextricably linked. This fascinating work of original scholarship makes the precise and detailed argument that painted illustrations of the Trojan War, both public and private, were a collective visual resource for selected works of Virgil, Horace, and Propertius. Carefully researched and skillfully reasoned, the author’s claims are bold and innovative, offering a strong interpretation of the relationship between Roman visual culture and literature that will deepen modern readings of Augustan poets. The Museum of Augustus first provides a comprehensive reconstruction of paintings from the remaining fragments of the cycle of Trojan frescoes that once decorated the Temple of Apollo in Pompeii. It then finds the echoes of these paintings in the Augustan-dated Portico of Philippus, now destroyed, which was itself a renovation of Rome’s de facto temple of the Muses—in other words, a museum, both in displaying art and offering a meeting place for poets. It next examines the responses of the Augustan poets to the decorative program of this monument that was intimately connected with their own literary aspirations. The book concludes by looking at the way Horace in the Odes and Virgil in the Georgics both conceptualized their poetic projects as temples to rival the museum of Augustus.