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Studies in classical satire and related literary theory.

Charles August Van Rooy

Studies in classical satire and related literary theory.

by Charles August Van Rooy

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Published by E.J. Brill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Satire -- History and criticism,
  • Classical literature -- History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [203]-208.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination229 p.
    Number of Pages229
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23373143M
    LC Control Number66034448

    Adapting to its object of study - a genre named after the Roman hash satura lanx - this eclectic collection brings the insights of New Criticism, philology, rhetorical analysis, anthropology, genre theory, semiotics, deconstruction, cultural criticism, and the new historicism to bear upon classical, British, continental, and American s: 1. Here David Worcester has presented a theory of satire, surveying the whole field since Dryden’s Discourse of the Origin and Progress of Satire and drawing illustrations not only from English but from classical, French, German, and American literatures. At the same time he has made a penetrating study of irony and its uses.

    A reprint of the Oxford University Press edition of Co-published in the U.K. by Gerald Duckworth and Company, Ltd. In his classic work of scholarship, conceived as a study not just of Greek grammar and etymology but of Greek literature as well, Denniston presents the necessarily encyclopedic material with a lucid and delightful prose. This book provides an alternative perspective on organization studies, introducing an approach that draws on narratology, literary theory, cultural studies, and anthropology, contrasting it with the assumptions of the positivist social science. It reflects on such issues as possibility of combining narrative and scientific knowledge, the presence and absence of plot in organization studies.

    eBook available for $ Click HERE for more information and purchasing options.. Jeffrey Henderson, noted Greek scholar, has translated into English one of Aristophanes' greatest comedies. Offered with detailed notes and an enlightening introduction, this modern translation brings to life the wit and elegance of the language while putting the text in historical and . The satirical books of classic literature. For contemporary and modern satire that is NOT widely considered classical, please use these lists: Best Satires Best Satirical Fiction Greatest Satire of All Time Political Satire Best Social and Political Satires Best Political Satire- Current Affairs Dark Satire Related List: Comedy of Manners.


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VAN ROOY. Studies in Classical Satire and Related Literary Theory. Leiden, E. Brill, Pp. xiv + 24 Guilders. Those who have followed the lengthy debate on the origin and theory of Latin satire and who have wished for a review of the problem will find Professor Van Rooy's study most rewarding.

Not. theory – classic literary satire, especiall y from classical Rome and eighteenth-century Britain – has become onl y a small and relativel y unproblematic p art of the field one witnesses in. Literary criticism (or literary studies) is the study, evaluation, and interpretation of literary criticism is often influenced by literary theory, which is the philosophical discussion of literature's goals and methods.

Though the two activities are closely related, literary critics are not always, and have not always been, theorists. BOOK REVIEWS STUDIES IN CLASSICAL SATIRE AND RELATED LITERARY THEORY. By C. VAN RooY. Leyden: Brill. x, (Fl. 24) DURING THE FIRST twenty-five years of this century, many scholars, stimulated by the controversial articles of Leo and the younger American pair, Hendrickson and Ullman, concerned themselves to establish a.

The first book-length study in English on the relationship between Roman satire and Old Comedy, Roman Satire and the Old Comic Tradition will appeal to. Literary theory in a strict sense is the systematic study of the nature of literature and of the methods for analyzing literature.

However, literary scholarship since the 19th century often includes—in addition to, or even instead of literary theory in the strict sense—considerations of intellectual history, moral philosophy, social prophecy, and other interdisciplinary themes.

Van Rooy, C. A.: Studies in Classical Satire and Related Literary Theory (Brill, Leiden, ) pp. The enquiries undertaken in this work encompass a wider field than most that have been devoted to Roman satire and relevant problems. Some theses that were made more or less tentatively (cf.

Kroll's shortish art. satura of in RE. This volume considers linguistic, cultural, and literary trends that fed into the creation of Roman satire in second-century BC Rome. Combining approaches drawn from linguistics, Roman history, and Latin literature, the chapters share a common purpose of attempting to assess how Lucilius' satires functioned in the social environment in which they were created and originally.

Carnivalesque is a literary mode that subverts and liberates the assumptions of the dominant style or atmosphere through humor and chaos. It originated as "carnival" in Mikhail Bakhtin's Problems of Dostoevsky's Poetics and was further developed in Rabelais and His Bakhtin, "carnival" (the totality of popular festivities, rituals and other carnival forms) is deeply.

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Altogether different is Curtius This groundbreaking work does not focus on transmission of texts, or even classical borrowings. This short book is designed for students who are just beginning to learn about literary theory and criticism.

Using a range of critical approaches, Michael Ryan provides readings of famous texts such as Shakespeare's "King Lear" and Toni Morrison's "The Bluest Eye." The book shows how the same texts can be studied using different approaches.

Books shelved as satire: Animal Farm by George Orwell, Catch by Joseph Heller, Candide by Voltaire, Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., and Gull. Explores the representation of revenge from Classical to early modern literature. This collection explores a range of literary and historical texts from ancient Greece and Rome, medieval Iceland and medieval and early modern England to provide an understanding of wider historical continuities and discontinuities in representations of gender and revenge.

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All literary theories are lenses. Ever since Karl Jaspers's axial age paradigm, there have been a number of influential studies comparing ancient East Asian and Greco-Roman history and culture. However, to date there has been no comparative study involving multiple literary traditions in these cultural spheres.

This book compares the dynamics between the younger literary cultures of Japan and Rome and. Satire has been with us since at least the Greeks and is a staple of the literary classroom. Dustin Griffin now moves away from the prevailing moral-didactic approach established thirty years ago to a more open view and reintegrates the Menippean tradition with the tradition of formal verse satire.

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It encourages a synoptic, synchronic view of such poetry, from archaic iambus through Roman satire, and argues that if we can appreciate.

Classical Culture and Society. This book explores the dynamics of comic mockery and satire in Greek and Roman poetry, and argues that poets working with such material composed in accordance with shared generic principles and literary protocols. It encourages a synoptic, synchronic view of such poetry, from archaic iambus through Roman satire.I find the book has an excellent Introduction and the supporting texts fit in well with other related topics." —Mary Hewlett, University of Windsor, Ontario "The editor’s accompanying material is very successful in providing a clear sense of this important work’s intellectual and historical context, as well as its impact and on-going.