Greek literature and the Roman empire

the politics of imitation
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Machine generated contents note: Greek Literature and the Roman Empire -- Literature, Power, and Culture -- A Geography of the Imagination -- Imitation and Identity -- The Politics of Imitation -- PART ONE: THE POLITICS OF IMITATIO1 -- i. Repetition: The Crisis of Posterity -- A Secondary Society -- Repetition and Mimesis -- Rescuing Mimesis -- Sublime Mimesis -- Art and Artifice -- Conclusion: From 'Past and Present' to 'Prior and -- Posterior' -- 2. Education: Strategies of Self-Making -- Strategies of Self-Making -- Paideia and Social Status -- Paideia and Gender -- Paideia and Hellenism -- Pedagogy, Identity, Power -- PART TWO: GREECE AND ROME -- 3. Rome Uncivilized: Exile and the Kingdom -- Exile and the Kingdom -- Musonius Rufus, the 'Roman' 'Socrates' -- Dio Chrysostom: Exile and Sophistry -- Favorinus: Exile and Literary Alienation -- Conclusion -- 4. Civilizing Rome: Greek Pedagogy and the Roman -- Emperor -- Staging Philosophy: The Dionic Man -- The Kingship orations: Performance and/of Power -- Staging the Self: Sophistry in Motion -- Greek Pedagogy and Roman Rule -- Marcus Aurelius: Internalized Pedagogy -- Dio and Philostratus -- Conclusion: On Kingship -- 5. Satirizing Rome: Lucian -- Satire and Satirical Identity -- Rome, City of Spectacles -- The Satirical Show -- Nigrinus: Yearning for Philosophy -- The Wrongs of Passage: On salaried posts -- Conclusion -- Conclusion -- Appendices: -- i. Translation of Favorinus, On Exile (P.Vat. Ii) -- 2. The Performative Context of Dio's Kingship orations -- References -- Index Locorum -- Index of Greek Words -- General Index

Greek literature and the Roman empire (Engelsk)
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Bognummer: 
613674
Nota udgivelsesår: 
2013
Udgave: 
Oxford University Press, 2002
ISBN: 
0199240353