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✻ [EPUB] ✰ Carvounis K Commentary on uintus of Smyrna Posthomerica By Katerina Carvounis ❅ – Sustanon.pro The Posthomerica a Greek epic by uintus of Smyrna believed to have been written in the third century AD tells the story of the Trojan War beginning with the events immediately following the sack of TrThe Posthomerica a Greek epic by uintus of Smyrna believed to have been written in the third century AD tells the story of the Trojan War beginning with the events immediately following the sack of Troy and the narrative of the Iliad Valued as the earliest surviving account of this period Book 14 the final book of the poem covers much of the same ground as the lost Iliupersis The Sack of Troy attributed to Arctinus of Miletus from Helen's return to Menelaus and the sacrifice of Polyxena to the homeward journey of the victorious Greeks which is abruptly interrupted by a divine storm This detailed commentary divides the text of Posthomerica 14 into smaller narrative units introducing each with an overview of the relevant literary tradition and a discussion of uintus' possible direct models There follows an exhaustive line by line commentary addressing points of literary stylistic lexicographic and textual critical interest and providing readers with a range of notes on background and vocabulary The aim throughout is not only to illuminate the main features of uintus' poetry but also to offer as full an interpretation as possible of Posthomerica 14 within both its contemporary literary context and also in dialogue with the earlier tradition in particular the diction motifs and narrative and literary techniues of the Homeric poems and the earlier epic traditiongenerally For readers new to the Posthomerica the volume also includes a thorough and up to date introduction offering an accessible overview of the poems content dates context models and possible sources including both the Epic Cycle and Latin literature.

The Posthomerica a Greek epic by uintus of Smyrna believed to have been written in the third century AD tells the story of the Trojan War beginning with the events immediately following the sack of Troy and the narrative of the Iliad Valued as the earliest surviving account of this period Book 14 the final book of the poem covers much of the same ground as the lost Iliupersis The Sack of Troy attributed to Arctinus of Miletus from Helen's return to Menelaus and the sacrifice of Polyxena to the homeward journey of the victorious Greeks which is abruptly interrupted by a divine storm This detailed commentary divides the text of Posthomerica 14 into smaller narrative units introducing each with an overview of the relevant literary tradition and a discussion of uintus' possible direct models There follows an exhaustive line by line commentary addressing points of literary stylistic lexicographic and textual critical interest and providing readers with a range of notes on background and vocabulary The aim throughout is not only to illuminate the main features of uintus' poetry but also to offer as full an interpretation as possible of Posthomerica 14 within both its contemporary literary context and also in dialogue with the earlier tradition in particular the diction motifs and narrative and literary techniues of the Homeric poems and the earlier epic traditiongenerally For readers new to the Posthomerica the volume also includes a thorough and up to date introduction offering an accessible overview of the poems content dates context models and possible sources including both the Epic Cycle and Latin literature.

carvounis ebok commentary kindle uintus free smyrna download posthomerica download Carvounis K epub Commentary on epub Commentary on uintus of pdf K Commentary on book K Commentary on uintus of pdf Carvounis K Commentary on uintus of Smyrna Posthomerica PDF/EPUBThe Posthomerica a Greek epic by uintus of Smyrna believed to have been written in the third century AD tells the story of the Trojan War beginning with the events immediately following the sack of Troy and the narrative of the Iliad Valued as the earliest surviving account of this period Book 14 the final book of the poem covers much of the same ground as the lost Iliupersis The Sack of Troy attributed to Arctinus of Miletus from Helen's return to Menelaus and the sacrifice of Polyxena to the homeward journey of the victorious Greeks which is abruptly interrupted by a divine storm This detailed commentary divides the text of Posthomerica 14 into smaller narrative units introducing each with an overview of the relevant literary tradition and a discussion of uintus' possible direct models There follows an exhaustive line by line commentary addressing points of literary stylistic lexicographic and textual critical interest and providing readers with a range of notes on background and vocabulary The aim throughout is not only to illuminate the main features of uintus' poetry but also to offer as full an interpretation as possible of Posthomerica 14 within both its contemporary literary context and also in dialogue with the earlier tradition in particular the diction motifs and narrative and literary techniues of the Homeric poems and the earlier epic traditiongenerally For readers new to the Posthomerica the volume also includes a thorough and up to date introduction offering an accessible overview of the poems content dates context models and possible sources including both the Epic Cycle and Latin literature.

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