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Title Hymnic narrative and the narratology of Greek hymns / edited by Andrew Faulkner, Owen Hodkinson
Published Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2015]

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Series Mnemosyne Supplements, 0169-8958 ; Volume 384
Mnemosyne, bibliotheca classica Batava. Supplementum ; Volume 384.
Contents Glossary -- Introduction. Hymnic narrative and the narratology of hymns / O. Hodkinson and A. faulkner -- Part 1: The Homeric Hymns -- Constructing a hymnic narrative: tradition and innovation in the longer Homeric Hymns / N. Richardson -- The silence of Zeus: speech in the Homeric Hymns / A. Faulkner -- Part 2: Hellenistic hymns: Look who's talking now: Callimachus and his narrators / S.A. Stephens -- Narrative strategies and Hesiodic reception in Callimachus' Loutra Pallados / A. Vergados -- Time and place, narrative and speech in Philicus, Philodamus, and Limenius / E. Bowie -- Part 3: Imperial Greek hymns -- Narrative in the late Hymn to Dionysos / W.D. Furley -- Narrative technique and generic hybridity in Aelius Aristides' prose hymns / O. Hodkinson -- Making the hymn: Mesomedean narrative and the interpretation of a genre / M. Brumbaugh -- A philosopher and his muse: the narrative of Proclus' hymns / N. Devlin -- Part 4: Orphic Hymns and "magical hymns" -- The narrative techniques of the Orphic Hymns / A-F. Morand -- The poet and his addressees in Orphic Hymns / M. Herrero de Jauregui -- Hymns in the Papyri Graecae magicae / I. Petrovic
Summary Ancient Greek hymns traditionally include a narrative section describing episodes from the hymned deity's life. These narratives developed in parallel with epic and other narrative genres, and their study provides a different perspective on ancient Greek narrative. Within the hymn genre, the place and function of the narrative section changed over time and with different kinds of hymn (literary or cultic; religious, philosophical or magical). Hymnic Narrative and the Narratology of Greek Hymns traces developments in narrative in the hymn genre from the Homeric Hymns via Hellenistic and Imperial hymns to those in the Orphic tradition and in magical papyri, analysing them in narratological terms in order to place them in the wider context of ancient Greek narrative literature. Contributors are: Ewen Bowie, Michael Brumbaugh, Nicola Devlin, William D. Furley, Miguel Herrero de J√°uregi, Anne-France Morand, Ivana Petrovic, Nicholas Richardson, Susan A. Stephens, and Athanassios Vergados -- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes In English, with some texts in Greek
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SUBJECT Homeric hymns -- History and criticism
Homeric hymns. fast (OCoLC)fst01356090
Subject Hymns, Greek (Classical) -- History and criticism
Narration (Rhetoric)
LITERARY CRITICISM -- Ancient & Classical.
Hymns, Greek (Classical)
Hymnen.
Narration (Rhetoric)
Grieks.
Vertelkunst.
Genre/Form Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Form Electronic book
Author Faulkner, Andrew, 1978- editor.
Hodkinson, Owen, 1979- editor.
ISBN 9789004289512
9004289518