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Les structures de la concomitance dans les textes grecs archaïques.

Ceccarelli, Paola (1995) 'Les structures de la concomitance dans les textes grecs archaïques.', Dialogues d'histoire ancienne., 21 (1). pp. 169-180.

Abstract

Résumé La relation entre 'texte' et 'contexte' est étudiée par Martin Steinrück ("Rede und Kontext. Zum Verhältnis von Person und Erzähler in frülhgriechischen Texten", Habelt, Bonn 1992) d'abord sur le modèle de celle entre personnages et narrateur dans les poèmes homériques (sur la base de leurs usages respectifs de l'analepse) ; ensuite, l'attention se déplace sur la relation entre les textes méliques et leur contexte de communication. L'analyse met en évidence une difficulté commune aux textes Abstract This is an extended review of the book by M. Steinrück "Rede und Kontext. Zum Verhältnis von Person und Erzähler in frülhgriechischen Texten", Habelt, Bonn 1992. The relationship between 'text' and 'context' is first described through the analysis of the relationship between the discourse of the narrator and that of the persons in the Homeric poems, seen in the light of their different ways of making analepses. In a second part, the same criteria are applied to the study of the relationship between melic texts and their situation of communication. The analysis points to a difficulty shared by all archaic Greek texts concerning the description of concomitant events.

Item Type:Article
Full text:PDF - Published Version (956Kb)
Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:http://dx.doi.org/10.3406/dha.1995.2225
Record Created:08 Mar 2011 10:20
Last Modified:17 Mar 2011 10:23

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