Περιγραφή θέματος

  • Γενικά

    Πολιτική και Ιδεολογία στο έπος των Φλαβίων

    Διδάσκων: Αναπλ. Καθηγητής Ευάγγελος Καρακάσης

  • 1. Εισαγωγή

    Περιγραφή θεματικής ενότητας: Περιγραφή της μεθολογίας της έρευνας – Τεχνικές ιστορικής συμφραστικοποίησης ενός λογοτεχνικού κειμένου.

    Λέξεις κλειδιά: Έπος των Φλαβίων, μεθοδολογία, ιστορική συμφραστικοποίηση.

  • 2. Βαλέριος Φλάκκος

    Περιγραφή θεματικής ενότητας: Μελέτη του προιμίου, της προφητείας του Διός και του επεισοδίου της Θυέλλης.

    Λέξεις κλειδιά: Exordium, Δίας και Βεσπασιανός, Ιάσονας, Αίολος και Βορρέας.

  • 3. Στάτιος (Thebais)

    Περιγραφή θεματικής ενότητας: Μελέτη του προιμίου, της αράς του Οιδίποδα, της ιστορίας του Κόροιβου και του Απόλλωνα.

    Λέξεις κλειδιά: Recusatio, Δομιτιανός, χθόνιες δυνάμεις, ένθετη αφήγηση.

  • 4. Στάτιος (Achilleis)

    Περιγραφή θεματικής ενότητας: Μελέτη του προιμίου, της παρουσίας της Θέτιδος, του μεταμφιεσμένου Αχιιλλέα και του ‘βιασμού’ της Δηιδάμειας.

    Λέξεις κλειδιά: Έπος του πάθους vs. έπος του ήθους, ελεγεία, κωμωδία vs. έπος.

  • 5. Σίλιος Ιταλικός (Punica)

    Περιγραφή θεματικής ενότητας: Μελέτη (αφηγηματική, ιστορική και γλωσσική) του 7oυ βιβλίου.

    Λέξεις κλειδιά: Β’Καρχηδονιακός πόλεμος, Αννίβας, Φάβιος Μάξιμος, βεργιλιανή διακειμενικότητα, Δολώνεια.

  • 6. Διακειμενικές αναγνώσεις

    Περιγραφή θεματικής ενότητας: Παράδειγμα υπονόμευσης της αφηγηματικής φωνής του κεντρικού χαρακτήρα μέσω της αφηγηματικής φωνής της επικής πλαισίωσης. Ιστορική συμφραστικοποίηση και αφηγηματολογία.

    Λέξεις κλειδιά: Αφηγηματική φωνή, ιστορική συμφραστικοποίηση, ιστορική αφηγηματολογία.

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