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A handbook to classical reception in eastern and central Europe

A handbook to classical reception in eastern and central Europe

Author: Zara Martirosova Torlone; Dana LaCourse Munteanu; Dorota M Dutsch
Series: Wiley Blackwell handbooks to classical reception.
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*A Handbook to Classical Reception in Eastern and Central Europe is the first comprehensive English ]language study of the reception of classical antiquity in Eastern and Central Europe.

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Additional Physical Format: A handbook to classical reception in eastern and central Europe
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Zara Martirosova Torlone; Dana LaCourse Munteanu; Dorota M Dutsch
ISBN: 9781118832714 111883271X
OCLC Number: 1000149824
Description: 1 v. (XVIII-606 p.) : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: List of Illustrations x Notes on Contributors xii Acknowledgments xix Introduction 1 Zara Martirosova Torlone, Dana LaCourse Munteanu, and Dorota Dutsch Part I Croatia 13 Neven Jovanovic 1 Classical Reception in Croatia: An Introduction 15 Neven Jovanovic 2 Pula and Split: The Early Modern Tale(s) of Two Ancient Cities 21 Jasenka Gudelj 3 Croatian Neo Latin Literature and Its Uses 35 Neven Jovanovic 4 The First Dalmatian Humanists and the Classics: A Manuscript Perspective 46 Luka poljaric 5 The Swan Song of the Latin Homer 57 Petra o taric Part II Slovenia 67 Marko Marinc ic 6 Classical Reception in Slovenia: An Introduction 69 Marko Marinc ic 7 Collecting Roman Inscriptions Beyond the Alps: Augustinus Tyfernus 74 Marjeta a el Kos 8 Sta. Maria sopra Siwa: Inventing a Slavic Venus 88 Marko Marinci c 9 Images from Slovenian Dramatic and Theatrical Interpretations of Ancient Drama 99 Andreja N. Inkret Part III Czech Republic 113 Jan Ba ant 10 Classical Reception in the Czech Republic: An Introduction 115 Jan Ba ant 11 Classical Antiquity in Czech Literature between the National Revival and the Avant Garde 121 Daniela C adkova 12 The Classical Tradition and Nationalism: The Art and Architecture of Prague, 1860 1900 133 Jan Ba ant 13 The Case of the Oresteia: Classical Drama on the Czech Stage, 1889 2012 146 Alena Sarkissian Part IV Poland 159 Dorota Dutsch 14 Classical Reception in Poland: An Introduction 161 Dorota Dutsch 15 From Fictitious Letters to Celestial Revolutions: Copernicus and the Classics 166 Dorota Dutsch and Francois Zdanowicz 16 Respublica and the Language of Freedom: The Polish Experiment 179 Anna Grzesk owiak Krwawicz 17 Two Essays on Classical Reception in Poland 190 Jerzy Axer 18 Parallels between Greece and Poland in Juliusz S owacki s Oeuvre 207 Maria Kalinowska Part V Hungary 223 Farkas Gabor Kiss 19 Classical Reception in Hungary: An Introduction 225 Farkas Gabor Kiss 20 Classical Reception in Sixteenth Century Hungarian Drama 233 Agnes Juhasz Ormsby 21 Truditur dies die: Reading Horace as a Political Attitude in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Hungary 245 Abel Tamas 22 The Shepherdess and the Myrmillo: The Sculptor Istvan Ferenczy and the Reception of Classical Antiquity in Hungary 260 Nora Veszpremi Part VI Romania 277 Dana LaCourse Munteanu 23 Classical Reception in Romania: An Introduction 279 Radu Ardevan, Florin Berindeanu, and Ioan Piso 24 Loving Vergil, Hating Rome: Cos buc as Translator and Poet 287 Carmen Fenechiu and Dana LaCourse Munteanu 25 Noica s Becoming within Being and Meno s Paradox 300 Octavian Gabor 26 Reception of the Tropaeum Traiani: Former Paths and Future Directions 312 Allison L.C. Emmerson Part VII Bosnia Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro 327 Nada Zec evic 27 Classical Reception in Bosnia Herzegovina, Serbia, and Montenegro: An Introduction 329 Nada Zece vic and Nenad Ristovic 28 Classical Antiquity in the Franciscan Historiography of Bosnia (Eighteenth Century) 336 Nada Zec evic 29 Innovative Impact of the Classical Tradition on Early Modern Serbian Literature 347 Nenad Ristovic 30 Classical Heritage in Serbian Lyric Poetry of the Twentieth Century: Jovan Duc ic , Milo Crnjanski, and Ivan V. Lalic 360 Ana Petkovic 31 The Ancient Sources of Njego s Poetics 373 Darko Todorovic Part VIII Bulgaria 387 Yoana Sirakova 32 Classical Reception in Bulgaria: An Introduction 389 Yoana Sirakova 33 Bulgarian Lands in Antiquity: A Melting Pot of Thracian, Greek, and Roman Culture 396 Mirena Slavova 34 In the Labyrinth of Allusions: Ancient Figures in Bulgarian Prose Fiction 411 Violeta Gerjikova 35 Bulgarian Orpheus between the National and the Foreign, between Antiquity and Postmodernism 423 Yoana Sirakova 36 Staging of Ancient Tragedies in Bulgaria and Their Influence on the Process of Translation and Creative Reception 437 Dorothea Tabakova Part IX Russia 449 Judith E. Kalb 37 Classical Reception in Russia: An Introduction 451 Judith E. Kalb 38 Men in Cases : The Perception of Classical Schools in Prerevolutionary Russia 457 Grigory Starikovsky 39 Homer in Russia 469 Judith E. Kalb 40 Vergil in Russia: Milestones of Identity 480 Zara Martirosova Torlone 41 Russian Encounters with Classical Antiquities: Archaeology, Museums, and National Identity in the Tsarist Empire 493 Caspar Meyer Part X Armenia and Georgia 507 Zara Martirosova Torlone 42 Armenian Culture and Classical Antiquity 509 Armen Kazaryan and Gohar Muradyan 43 Medieval Greek Armenian Literary Relations 516 Gohar Muradyan 44 The Classical Trend of the Armenian Architectural School of Ani: The Greco Roman Model and the Conversion of Medieval Art 528 Armen Kazaryan 45 Classical Reception in Georgia: An Introduction 541 Ketevan Gurchiani 46 Greek Tragedy on the Georgian Stage in the Twentieth Century 548 Ketevan Gurchiani Index 560
Series Title: Wiley Blackwell handbooks to classical reception.
Responsibility: edited by Zara Martirosova Torlone, Dana Lacourse Munteanu, Dorota Dutsch.


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