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Allusion and Allegory: Studies in the >ciris< (Beiträge Zur…

de Boris Kayachev

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The Ciris has received a certain amount of scholarly attention during the twentieth century, but on the whole has failed to meet with an adequate appreciation. This book aims to vindicate the Ciris, mainly by exploring its use of pre-Virgilian poetic texts largely ignored in previous scholarship. The core of the book consists of a discursive literary commentary, divided into chapters that examine consecutively the poem's main narrative units. Viewing allusion and allegory as intrinsic features of poetic composition rather than mere artistic devices, the book explores, among more prominent intertexts, Apollonius' Argonautica and Callimachus' Hecale, Lucretius and Catullus 64. Allusions are also suggested to Homer and Empedocles, Theocritus, Moschus, and Bion, Nicander and Euphorion, Choerilus of Samos and Asius of Samos, Ennius and Cicero. Through its intricate web of references to poetic intertexts, the Ciris, it is argued, creates an implicit allegorical pattern with an original poetological message. Allusion and Allegory is thus the first book-length study to offer a coherent literary interpretation of this controversial poem… (més)
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Il volume, dal titolo molto suggestivo, deriva dalla revisione di una tesi di Dottorato elaborata presso l'Università di Leeds tra il 2009 e il 2012. L'autore si propone innanzi tutto lo scopo di far conoscere meglio il poemetto dell'Appendix Vergiliana, giacché non ha torto a sostenere (p. 1) che "the Cirisfrage is better known than the text itself". Non volendosi addentrare solo e soltanto nelle complesse vicende che hanno visto studiosi di tendenze ed epoche diverse1 dedicare i loro studi soprattutto al problema dell'attribuzione, Kayachev da subito molto chiaramente orienta il suo focus critico privilegiando la posizione degli studiosi, che, come lo Skutsch agli albori del secolo scorso, hanno ritenuto il lavoro di età repubblicana e voluto scoprire nel poemetto un'opera di Gallo, precedente quindi a Virgilio e a Ovidio, una tesi ripresa in un più recente volume del 1999 da Dorothee Gall, che ritorna alla posizione di Skutsch "though in a modified and more subtle form", come afferma Kayachev a p. 2, con maggiore attenzione quindi agli aspetti strutturali e stilistici. Viceversa, come è ben noto, Virgilio e Ovidio sono chiamati costantemente in causa come modelli dell'anonimo autore, per qualcuno addirittura modelli esibiti 2 dai più numerosi sostenitori di una datazione postaugustea del poemetto.
 
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The Ciris has received a certain amount of scholarly attention during the twentieth century, but on the whole has failed to meet with an adequate appreciation. This book aims to vindicate the Ciris, mainly by exploring its use of pre-Virgilian poetic texts largely ignored in previous scholarship. The core of the book consists of a discursive literary commentary, divided into chapters that examine consecutively the poem's main narrative units. Viewing allusion and allegory as intrinsic features of poetic composition rather than mere artistic devices, the book explores, among more prominent intertexts, Apollonius' Argonautica and Callimachus' Hecale, Lucretius and Catullus 64. Allusions are also suggested to Homer and Empedocles, Theocritus, Moschus, and Bion, Nicander and Euphorion, Choerilus of Samos and Asius of Samos, Ennius and Cicero. Through its intricate web of references to poetic intertexts, the Ciris, it is argued, creates an implicit allegorical pattern with an original poetological message. Allusion and Allegory is thus the first book-length study to offer a coherent literary interpretation of this controversial poem

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