4 edition of Space and time in ancient Greek narrative found in the catalog.
Space and time in ancient Greek narrative
Alex C. Purves
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Alex C. Purves.|
|LC Classifications||PA3015.G44 P87 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009031382|
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In this wide-ranging survey of ancient Greek narrative from archaic epic to classical prose, Alex Purves shows how stories unfold in space as well as in time.
She traces a shift in authorial perspective, from a godlike overview to the more focused outlook of human beings caught up in a developing plot, inspired by advances in cartography Cited by: In this wide-ranging survey of ancient Greek narrative from archaic epic to classical prose, Alex Purves shows how stories unfold in space as well as in time.
She traces a shift in authorial perspective, from a godlike overview to the more focused outlook of human beings caught up in a developing plot, inspired by advances in cartography Author: Alex C. Purves. "Space and Time in Ancient Greek Narrative is a demanding, yet rewarding read, full of original insights and arresting observations " --BMCR "It's beautifully written and will open up new avenues of exploration for many kinds of readers: those interested in historiography, cartography, Homeric epic, or.
Mar 22, · In this wide-ranging survey of ancient Greek narrative from archaic epic to classical prose, Alex Purves shows how stories unfold in space as well as in time.
She traces a shift in authorial perspective, from a godlike overview to the more focused outlook of human beings caught up in a developing plot, inspired by advances in cartography, travel, and geometry.
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Time influences how space is perceived and represented in narrative (simultaneously, or sequentially), and in this Bakhtinian way it features in Purves's analyses. Dec 18, · Purves explores narrative perspectives of space and time from archaic epic to fourth-century prose.
Contrary perspectives are already evident in Homer: the Iliad looks down upon human events synoptically from on high while in the Odyssey events tend to be viewed from a human, ground-level, perspective.
The Iliadic bird’s-eye orientation is exampled both in the Muses’ comprehensive. Download book Space and Time in Ancient Greek Narrative Author: Alex C. Purves. In this wide-ranging survey of ancient Greek narrative from archaic epic to classical prose, Alex Purves shows how stories unfold in space as well as in time.
This is the second volume in a series of volumes which together will provide an entirely new history of ancient Greek (narrative) literature. Its organization is formal rather than biographical. It traces the history of central narrative devices, such as the narrator and his.
Studies in ancient Greek narrative. Vol. 2: Time in ancient Greek literature. Leiden (Mnemosyne Supplement ) Studies in ancient Greek narrative. Vol. 3: Space in ancient Greek literature. Leiden (Mnemosyne Supplement 39) Homer Iliad Book XXII. Cambridge ; I classici e la narratologia.
Guida alla lettura degli autori greci e Alma mater: University of Amsterdam. This is the third volume in the series Studies in Ancient Greek narrative. It deals with the narratological category of space: how is space, including objects Space and time in ancient Greek narrative book function as 'props', presented in Greek narrative texts and what are its functions (thematic, symbolic, psychologising, or characterising)?How are longer descriptions organised and integrated into the story.
The project here proposed involves the third volume in a multi-volume literary history of Ancient Greek Narrative (Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative).
It consists of three subprojects, which deal with space in archaic lyric, Attic drama, and the Hellenistic epyllion.
Alex C. Purves is the author of Space and Time in Ancient Greek Narrative ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Touch and the Ancient /5. The individual articles analyse ancient and modern literary texts from the angle of the most recent theoretical conceptualisations of space.
The focus throughout is on how the experience of space is determined by dominant political, philosophical or religious ideologies and how, in turn, the description of spaces in literature is employed to 5/5(1).
One of the most important trends in recent scholarship on ancient historiography is to explore how historical meaning is constructed through the form of narrative. This essay argues that the narratives of ancient historians can and should also be seen as an engagement with temporality.
Such a view, combining the lenses of narratology, philosophy, and linguistics, yields a “grammar of Author: Jonas Grethlein. Whereas the former two volumes in the Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative series were devoted to concepts which have received a good deal of critical attention ('time' and 'narrators, narratees, and narratives'), the narratology of space has by comparison been rather neglected, and one of the goals of this book is to give this methodology a more.
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Top Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers & Technology Music, Full text of "Time In Ancient Greek Literature" See other formats. To sum up, is Space in Ancient Greek Literature useful. Yes, it is. The third volume of Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative offers a handy survey of space in authors from Homer to Heliodorus.
It is probably a work that only reviewers will read from cover to cover, but it will be a welcome starting-point for anybody interested in the treatment of. This book has been cited by the following publications. Clause Combining in Ancient Greek Narrative Discourse.
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() Greek: A History of the Cited by: 1. The Bakhtin Circle and Ancient Narrative R. Bracht Branham. Series: Ancient Narrative Supplementum the representation of space-time or chronotopes in fiction; and 3) a history of minor genres related to the novel that focuses on the catalyzing effects of Menippean satire.
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XI + US $ ISBN My main area of interest is Greek literature from the archaic and classical periods. My book on space and landscape in the early Greek epic and prose tradition, Space and Time in Ancient Greek Narrative (Cambridge University Press) was published in Ancient Indian poetry such as the Hindu epic Ramayana (5th to 4th century BC) includes Vimana flying machines able to travel into space or under water, and destroy entire cities using advanced weapons.
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de Jong LEIDEN • BOSTON Another historiographical feature of the handling of space in most Greek novels, including Chariton’s, informs the transitions between set-tings.
When episodes at dierent places are presented as happening. Space in ancient Greek literature: studies in ancient Greek narrative. Responsibility edited by Irene J.F. de Jong. Imprint presented in Greek narrative texts and what are its functions (thematic, symbolic, psychologising, or characterising)?How are longer descriptions organised and integrated into the story.
Space and time in. Interactive Narrative #1 | Space Time Causality Medium However, in ancient Greek “mythos” just means story.
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An appendix surveys pre-Socratic thought on space and motion, related ideas of Plato and Aristotle, and, as pertinent, later views on space developed by Newton, Leibniz.
This is the second volumein a series of volumes which together will provide an entirely new history ofancient Greek (narrative) literature. Its organization is formal rather thanbiographical. It traces the history of central narrative devices, such as thenarrator and his narratees,time, focalization, characterization, and space.
Diachronic Narratology. (The Example of Ancient Greek Narrative) Diachronic narratology means the description and analysis of the history of the forms and functions of narrative devices within a given (period of a) literature. An explicit plea for the diachronization of narratology was launched by Fludernik.
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