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Speaking Volumes book.

Speaking Volumes book. This collection of essays by the classicist Alessandro Barchiesi examines Ovid and his 'rationalistic art of illusion' along with intertextuality in Latin literature more generally, and in the wider context of the Graeco-Roman tradition. The book provides perspectives on the literary self-consciousness of the Latin poets, the allusive density of their texts, and the conflict between poetry and power in the Augustan age.

Speaking Volumes, a collection of essays by the distinguished classicist Alessandro Barchiesi, here translated into English for the first time, examines Ovid along with intertextuality in Latin literature more generally, and in the wider context of the Greco-Roman tradition.

Speaking Volumes, a collection of essays by the distinguished classicist Alessandro Barchiesi, here translated into English for the first time, examines Ovid along with intertextuality in Latin literature more generally, and in the wider context of the Greco-Roman tradition

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This collection of essays by the classicist Alessandro Barchiesi examines Ovid and his 'rationalistic art of. .In a poem written in exile, Ovid pictures his latest book in conversation with his previous volumes, united in the bookcase containing his collected works back in Rome.

This collection of essays by the classicist Alessandro Barchiesi examines Ovid and his 'rationalistic art of illusion' along with intertextuality in Latin literature more generally, and in the wider context of the Graeco-Roman tradition.

London: Duckworth, 2001. Pp. 206. ISBN 0-7156-3027-X.

Alessandro Barchiesi, Speaking Volumes: Narrative and intertext in Ovid and other Latin poets. London: Duckworth, 2001. One pervading leitmotif in these essays is the relation of allusion to literary self-consciousness ("not easily detachable entities", 105).

Speaking Volumes: Narrative and Intertext in Ovid and other Latin Poets (London: Duckworth). Brownlee, M. S. (1990). The severed word: Ovid’s Heroides and the novela sentimental (Princeton: Princeton University Press). Tragic irony in Ovid, Heroides 9 and 11’, Classical Quarterly 45: 505–11. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Clogan, P. M. (1968).

2001) Speaking Volumes: Narrative and Intertext in Ovid and Other Latin Poets, eds. and trans. Fox and S. Marchesi (London): "Continuities", 9–28. (1999) "First Among Women: Ovid, and the Traditions of ‘Exemplary' Catalogue", in amor : roma, S. Braund and R. Mayer (ed., Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society (PCPS) Supp. Hintermeier, C. (1993) Die Briefpaare in Ovids Heroides, Palingensia 41 (Stuttgart). 2001) Allusion et fiction epistolaire dans Les Heroïdes: Recherches sur l'intertextualité ovidienne, Collection de l' École Française de Rome 289 (Rome).

Barchiesi, . Speaking Volumes: Narrative and Intertext in Ovid and Other Latin Poets (London, 2001). Powell, A. (e., Roman Poetry and Propaganda in the Age of Augustus (London: Bristol Classical Press, 1992). Boyle, A. J., Roman Epic (London and New York, 1993). Structure and ambiguity in Catullus 64’, Proceedings Cambridge Philological Society 16 (1970) 22-41. Braund, . Latin Literature (London and New York, 2002). Clare, R. (1996) 'Catullus and the Argonautica of Apollonius Rhodius: allusion and exemplarity', PCPhS 42:60:88. The world of Ovid’s Metamorphoses (Chapel Hill, 1988). Module has an active ELE page?

Speaking Volumes: Narrative and Intertext in Ovid and Other Latin Poets.

Speaking Volumes: Narrative and Intertext in Ovid and Other Latin Poets. But whereas the senectus mundi narrative locates its end-point in the sublimation of earthly desires, Maximianus' elegiac narrative offers no such resolution for the infirmity and impotence of physical existence.

In a poem written in exile, Ovid pictures his latest book in conversation with his previous volumes, united in the bookcase containing his collected works back in Rome. One can imagine their dialogue - in the protected space of the whispering bookcase - as loaded with allusion and intertextuality. This collection of essays by the classicist Alessandro Barchiesi examines Ovid and his 'rationalistic art of illusion' along with intertextuality in Latin literature more generally, and in the wider context of the Graeco-Roman tradition.

The book provides perspectives on the literary self-consciousness of the Latin poets, the allusive density of their texts, and the conflict between poetry and power in the Augustan age. The conflict between classicists and the texts they comment on, argue over and theorise about is also examined. Among the recurring topics in this book are the impact of intertextuality on the form of epic and epistle, the strategic significance of allusive poetics in a political context, and the importance of reading and interpretation as poetic themes.