6 edition of Verse with prose from Petronius to Dante found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PA3014.L49 D76 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 148 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||93004282|
Entry for 'Prose' - Encyclopedia Britannica - One of 8 Bible encyclopedias freely available, this resource contained over 40 million words in nea articles written by 1, respected authors. “Poetry in Fiction,” the title of a special section in this and the following issues of Connotations, is deliberately ambiguous. 1) It may denote the fact that works of fiction occasionally include poems or that poems are referred to within the narrative, and it may mean that fiction can be or comprise poetry, that we may note and discover poetry in the fictional prose text.
Verse with Prose from Petronius to Dante: The Art and Scope of the Mixed Form Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, x, p. Wide-ranging survey of Menippean satire from antiquity to the end of the thirteenth century that contains a discussion of the Vita Nuova in the fourth chapter. review of Peter Dronke, Verse with Prose from Petronius to Dante: The Art and Scope of the Mixed Form (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ), Carmina Philosophiae: Journal of the International Boethius Society 13 ():
Book, and, most recently, Book by Book: Notes on Reading Dante Poet of the Secular World final 10/23/06 PM Page viii. bach wouldn’t deny this. But he stresses that Dante is far more Dante’s verse is simple, sharp, and clear, a relentless zeroing-in on the experience itself, leading to an in-. The two parts are distinguished by difference of style; the Hebrew principle of parallelism of clauses is employed far more in the first than in the second, which has a number of plain prose passages, and is also rich in uncommon compound terms. In view of these differences there is ground for holding that the second part is a separate production which has been united with the first by an.
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Verse with Prose from Petronius to Dante distinguishes for the first time some of the most significant uses of mixed forms. Dronke looks at the way prose and verse elements function in satirical works, beginning in the third century B.C.
with Menippus. Peter Dronke illuminates Verse with prose from Petronius to Dante book unique literary tradition: the narrative that mixes prose with verse. Verse with Prose from Petronius to Dante The Art and Scope of the Mixed Form. Peter Dronke. “ The present reviewer has read this book, which is small in size but very rich in context, with immense pleasure.
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$ Free shipping. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Nonfiction. See all. Verse with Prose from Petronius to Dante The Art and Scope of the Mixed Form us a precious guide to the reading of texts belonging to an interesting, yet to a certain extent neglected, genre.
[Verse with Prose] presents a good deal of new insights, both on the basis of earlier work by the author himself and in discussion with the work of. Get this from a library.
Verse with prose from Petronius to Dante: the art and scope of the mixed form. [Peter Dronke] -- Peter Dronke illuminates a unique literary tradition: the narrative that mixes prose with verse.
Highlighting a wide range of texts, he defines and explores the creative ways in which mixed forms. Verse with prose from Petronius to Dante: the art and scope of the mixed form.
[Peter Dronke] Distinguishes several significant uses of mixed form, where prose is combined with verse. and width of learning in this new book, and they will not be disappointed. Title: P. Dronke,Verse with Prose from Petronius to Dante. The Art and Scope of the Mixed Form Cambridge, Mass Author(s): Poel, M.G.M.
van derAuthor: M.G.M. van der Poel. The Works of Petronius Arbiter, in Prose and Verse, (transl. by Mr. Addison) Trimalchio's Dinner, (transl.
from the original Latin with an introduction and bibliography appendix by Harry Thurston Peck) Cena Trimalchionis, (ed. with introduction and commentary by William E.
Waters). Title: P. Dronke,Verse with Prose from Petronius to Dante. The Art and Scope of the Mixed Form Cambridge, Mass Published in: International Journal of the Classical Tradition, 4, 12 - Author: M.G.M.
van der Poel. Peter Dronke. Verse with Prose from Petronius to Dante: The Art and Scope of the Mixed Form. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, MA, and London, ISBN: X. x + pp. Cloth, $ JOEL C. RELIHAN The verse.
Dante and Medieval Latin Traditions () A History of Twelfth-Century Western Philosophy, editor () Latin and Vernacular Poets of the Middle Ages () Intellectuals and Poets in Medieval Europe () Nine Medieval Latin Plays, translator () Verse with Prose from Petronius to Dante.
The Art and Scope of the Mixed Form () Sources Authority control: BIBSYS:BNE: XX. A prosimetrum (plural prosimetra) is a poetic composition which exploits a combination of prose (prosa) and verse (metrum); in particular, it is a text composed in alternating segments of prose and verse.
It is widely found in Western and Eastern literature. While narrative prosimetrum may encompass at one extreme a prose story with occasional verse interspersed, and at the other, verse with.
It is fair to say at the outset that no reasonable person could expect a key to all prosimetra. Nor should w e necessarily hope for broad formalistic hypotheses, such as Peter Dronke essays with his invocations of Bakhtin in Verse with Prosefrom Petronius to Dante: The Art and Scope of. Poetical Prose and The Book Lot# Works Life Goldsmith Oliver of with with of Oliver Poetical Works Life Lot# Prose Goldsmith The and Book.
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Peter Dronke. 13 Apr Hardback/5(). The Satyricon is neither a Satyr play nor a satiric work, though it has flavours of both, but rather a Saturnalian medley, which pursues the misadventures of Encolpius, a runaway slave, amongst his friends and enemies. It mingles prose and verse, farce and fantasy, life and philosophy, in a Brand: Poetry in Translation.
VERSE WITH PROSE FROM PETRONIUS TO DANTE: THE ART AND THE SCOPE OF THE MIXED FORM. By Peter Dronke. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.x, p. The publication date of this book coincides with that of one on the same subject by Bernhard Pabst (Prosimetrum.
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The Satyricon is a Latin satire in prose and verse attributed to one Petronius, conventionally identified with Petronius Arbiter, a prominent member of Nero's court who commited suicide in 65 AD.
Much of the work is lost with only parts of bo 15 and 16 surviving. It recounts the picaresque adventures of an amoral but cunning trio, comprising the narrator Encolpius, his friend Ascyltus.The grammatical forms which express the moods of time, and the difference of persons, and the distinction of place, are convertible with respect to the highest poetry without injuring it as poetry; and the choruses of Æschylus, and the book of Job, and Dante’s Paradiso, would afford, more than any other writings, examples of this fact, if.Verse with Prose from Petronius to Dante: The Art and Scope of the Mixed Form (Carl Newell Jackson Lectures) Mediaeval Latin and the Rise of the European Love-lyric (Oxford University Press Academic Monograph Reprints).