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Hymnic Narrative and the Narratology of Greek Hymns

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Hymnic Narrative and the Narratology of Greek Hymns
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Hymnic Narrative and the Narratology of Greek Hymns
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Hymnic Narrative and the Narratology of Greek Hymns examines the forms and functions of narratives in Ancient Greek hymns, in the contexts of the hymn genre and the development of ancient Greek narrative literature
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Hymnic Narrative and the Narratology of Greek Hymns
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Hymnic Narrative and the Narratology of Greek Hymns
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Contents
  • Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Glossary -- Introduction ( Faulkner and Hodkinson ) -- Hymns and Narratology -- Hymnic Genre and Narrative -- Summary of Contributions -- Part 1. The Homeric Hymns -- Chapter 1. Constructing a Hymnic Narrative: Tradition and Innovation in the Longer Homeric Hymns (Richardson) -- Introduction -- Opening and Closure -- Narrative Structure -- Some Recurrent Themes -- Conclusion -- Chapter 2. The Silence of Zeus: Speech in the Homeric Hymns (Faulkner) -- Hymn to Demeter -- Hymn to Apollo -- Hymn to Hermes -- Hymn to Aphrodite -- First Hymn to Dionysus -- Conclusion -- Part 2. Hellenistic Hymns -- Chapter 3. Callimachus and His Narrators (Stephens) -- The Hymns as a Collection and the Homeric Hymns -- Callimachean Narrators -- A Narrating aoidos? -- Intradiegetic Narrators -- Ambiguous Narrators -- The Experiential Context -- Chapter 4. Narrative Strategies and Hesiodic Reception in Callimachus' ‭Nryxuα! Sαnnα"erw&#x2±2C&#x3b; (Vergados) -- Chapter 5. Time and Place, Narrative and Speech in Philicus, Philodamus and Limenius (Bowie) -- Philicus -- Philodamus -- Time and Place, Speech and Narrative in Philodamus -- Limenius -- Brief Conclusions -- Part 3. Imperial Greek Hymns -- Chapter 6. Narrative in a Late Hymn to Dionysos (P. Ross. Georg. I.11) (Furley) -- Introduction -- Appendix: Text of Hymn -- Translation of Hymn -- Chapter 7. Narrative Technique and Generic Hybridity in Aelius Aristides' Prose Hymns (Hodkinson) -- I. Introduction -- II. Structural Models -- a. The Structure of an Oration -- b. The Structure of a Hymn -- III. The Structure and Narratology of Aristides' Hymns -- IV. The Narratees in Aristides' Hymns -- a. The Narratees of Or. 44 The Aegean Sea -- b. The Narratees of Or. 46 Hymn to Poseidon -- c. Variety and Categorising Aristides' Hymns -- V. The Narrator
  • a. The Narrator in the Narration Section (B) of Oration 44 -- b. The Narrator in the Narration Section (B) Oration 41 -- c. The Narrator in the Narration Section (B) of Oration 46 -- Conclusions -- Chapter 8. Making the Hymn: Mesomedean Narrative and the Interpretation of a Genre (Brumbaugh) -- Mesomedes in Context -- The Greek Hymn -- The Narrator's Request and the Hymn's Narrative World -- Mesomedes' Prooimia -- Against Generic Expectations -- Hymn to Helios -- Hymning the Adriatic -- Conclusion -- Chapter 9. A Philosopher and His Muse: The Narrative of Proclus' Hymns (Devlin) -- Proclus' Adaptation of Hymn Form -- The Philosophical Background -- Myth in the Longer Hymns -- Imagery in the Hymns -- a. Images of God -- b. Images of Man -- Prayer in the Hymns -- Its Relation to the Central Narrative Section -- Conclusion -- Part 4. Orphic Hymns and "Magical Hymns" -- Chapter 10. The Narrative Techniques of the Orphic Hymns (Morand) -- The Collection of Hymns and Narrative Techniques -- Narrative Techniques and Beliefs -- Conclusions -- Chapter 11. The Poet and His Addressees in Orphic Hymns (Herrero de Jáuregui) -- Orphic Hymnic Poetry -- The Poet's Voice: Orpheus -- The Disciple-Initiate: Musaeus -- The Initiates -- The Addressees of the Hymns: The God(s) -- Conclusion -- Chapter 12. Hymns in the Papyri Graecae Magicae (Petrovic) -- Part A -- Part B -- Bibliography -- Index of Ancient Passages -- General Index
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