We have just published a new supplement: Modern Literary Theory and the Ancient Novel
We have just published a new supplement:
Modern Literary Theory and the Ancient Novel: Poetics and Rhetoric
Marília Futre Pinheiro, Massimo Fusillo & Stephen A. Nimis (eds.)
Ancient Narrative Supplement 30
In the Greek world under the Roman Empire, the tradition of rhetorical learning reached its heyday in the second century A.D., with the cultural movement named as “Second Sophistic”. Despite the emphasis on rhetoric, literary culture lato senso was was also part of it, granting a special place to poetics and literary criticism. In the wake of this hermeneutical and interdisciplinary approach, the papers assembled in this volume explore significant issues, which are linked to the narrative structure of the ancient novel and to the tradition of rhetorical training, both envisaged as a web of well-constructed narrative devices
See the Archives of the Ancient Narrative website for the free files of the Frontmatter, the Introduction, Abstracts, Contributors and Indices, or follow this link: https://ancientnarrative.com/issue/view/5111.
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