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LeVen, Pauline Anaïs 1976-

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Works: 4 works in 15 publications in 2 languages and 232 library holdings
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc 
Roles: Author, Translator
Classifications: PA3110, 884.0109
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Publications about Pauline Anaïs LeVen
Publications by Pauline Anaïs LeVen
Most widely held works by Pauline Anaïs LeVen
The many-headed muse : tradition and innovation in late classical Greek lyric poetry by Pauline Anaïs LeVen( Book )
11 editions published between 2013 and 2014 in English and held by 110 libraries worldwide
This is the first monograph entirely devoted to the corpus of late-classical Greek lyric poetry. Not only have the dithyrambs and kitharodic nomes of the New Musicians Timotheus and Philoxenus, the hymns of Aristotle and Ariphron, and the epigraphic paeans of Philodamus of Scarpheia and Isyllus of Epidaurus never been studied side by side, they have also remained hidden behind a series of critical prejudices – political, literary and aesthetic. Professor LeVen's book provides readings of these little-known poems and combines engagement with the style, narrative technique, poetics and reception of the texts with attention to the socio-cultural forces that shaped them. In examining the protean notions of tradition and innovation, the book contributes to the current reevaluation of the landscape of Greek poetry and performance in the late classical period and bridges a gap in our understanding of Greek literary history between the early classical and the Hellenistic periods
Au nom de la science by Andrew Goliszek( Book )
1 edition published in 2005 in French and held by 15 libraries worldwide
Un document sur l'histoire secrète de l'expérimentation humaine au XXe siècle qui dévoile le fonctionnement de la recherche scientifique, notamment pharmaceutique et militaire aux Etats-Unis
Les nouveaux visages de la muse au IVe siècle av. J.-C. = The Many-Headed Muse tradition And Innovation in Fourth-Century B.C. Greek Lyric Poetry by Pauline Anaïs LeVen( Book )
2 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Cette thèse examine le corpus de textes lyriques grecs composés pendant la période 425-323 av. J-C. Une première partie consacrée aux sources et méthodes présente les témoignages littéraires, papyrologiques et épigraphiques attestant l'activité lyrique de la période considérée et souligne l'importance méthodologique d'une relecture de l'histoire musicale telle que présentée par Athénée et le De musica. Elle étudie en outre l'évolution de l'image du poète lyrique à la lumière d'anecdotes se rapportant au dithyrambiste Philoxène. Une des deuxième partie présente une étude littéraire de textes représentatifs des principaux sous genres lyriques (dithyrambe, nome, hymne et paean) et explore la dialectique entre tradition et innovation dans la production, la "performance" et le conteste de réception de ces poèmes. En associant critique littéraire et analyse socioculturelle, ce travail apport un éclairage nouveau sur un corpus de textes poétiques jusqu'ici peu étudiés de façon systématique
The many-headed muse : tradition and innovation in fourth-century B.C. Greek lyric poetry by Pauline Anaïs LeVen( Archival Material )
1 edition published in 2008 in English and held by 2 libraries worldwide
 
Alternative Names
Le Ven, Pauline 1976-...
Leven, Pauline
LeVen, Pauline A.
LeVen, Pauline A. 1976-
LeVen, Pauline Anaïs 1976-
Ven, Pauline A. le 1976-
Languages
English (14)
French (1)
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