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In this paper I intend to examine some instances of narrative and poetic self-consciousness in Aeneid 3 as manifested in the rich textures and inter/intratextualities of its beginning and end. First I discuss the devices used to mark the beginning of the narrative in Book 3 (sailing imagery – key motifs of proems – temporal punctuation) and then I propose a systematic analysis of the end Author: Helen Gasti. Stratis Kyriakidis, Narrative Structure and Poetics in the Aeneid: The Frame of Book 6. Bari: Levante Editori, , Pp. vi, ISBN L The Path of the Argo: Language, Imagery and Narrative in the Argonautica of Apollonius Rhodius, by R.J. Clare, CB () Narrative Structure and Poetics in the Aeneid: The Frame of Book 6, by Stratis Kyriakidis, Vergilius 46 () Conference Papers. This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. Bennardo, Lorenza Kyriakidis, S. () Narrative Structure and Poetics in the Aeneid. The Frame of Book 6. Bari. Kytzler, B. () Statius by:
Book Reviews eussions, not easily summarized, and well worth studying individu-ally as well as in sequence. Patricia A. Johnston, Brandeis University Stratis Kyriakidis, Narrative Structure and Poetics in the Aeneid: The Frame of Book 6. Bari: Levante Editori, Pp. L ISBN Description: Vergilius, an annual journal for all those interested in Vergilian studies, publishes scholarly submissions on all aspects of Vergil’s poems, as well as poetry and translation inspired by Vergil’s sions on Vergilian pedagogy and responses to pieces published in Vergilius will also be considered. Issues feature articles, reviews, reports on events of the Vergilian. He is the author of Roman Sensitivity: A Contribution to the Study of the Artistic Receptiveness and Creativity of the Romans (–31B.C.) () [in Greek]; Narrative Structure and Poetics in the Aeneid: The Frame of Book 6 (); and Catalogues of Proper Names in Latin Epic Poetry: Lucretius – Virgil – Ovid, Pierides I (). Narrative self-consciousness in Virgil’s Aeneid 31 Helen Gasti 1 In this essay I intend to identify and interpret the poetological discourse in the area of structure2 within Aeneid 3, with the aim of providing a detailed analysis of the means by which Virgil produces a sense of ‘beginning’ and ‘closure’ of the book by maintaining the.
Sara Cobb, Speaking of Violence: The Politics and Poetics of Narrative in Conflict Resolution (Oxford and New York, NY: Oxford University Press, ), 3. View Show abstractAuthor: Sara Cobb. Homeric Poetics and the Aeneid, Curtis Dozier 8. Now to a slightly more complex example: In Book 11 of the Aeneid the Amazon warrior Camilla slays many Trojans in the course of her aristeia. Tarchon and Venulus may not be turned to stone in the narrative of the poem, but the only image of them that the poetry provides is of them. Aeneid see D. Fowler, First thoughts on closure: problems and prospects, M & D 22 () On the pausal effect of the verb conicueret (Aen. ) in the division of the first two books see S. Kyriakidis, Narrative Structure and Poetics in the Aeneid. The Frame of Book 6 4 2 98) i 19 (Bar 9 In Aen. 1. Stratis Kyriakidis, Narrative Structure and Poetics in the Aeneid: The Frame of Book 6. BMCR 11/ R. Wilhelm and H. Jones, The Two Worlds of the Poet: New Perspectives on Vergil. Vergilius 43 () David West, Virgil: The Aeneid. A New Prose Translation. CW 70() File Size: KB.