Authorship and Greek Song: Authority, Authenticity, and Performance: Studies in Archaic and Classical Greek Song, Volume 3

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BRILL, Feb 20, 2017 - Literary Criticism - 308 pages
Authorship and Greek Song offers critical discussions of the concept of authorship in archaic Greek poetry. Its chapters explore the issue of authority (of poet-author and/or performer) and the transition from song (performed) to poem (read).
 

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Contents

Introduction Bakker
1
Chapter 1 The Construction of Authority in Pindars Isthmian 2 in Performance Stehle
8
Chapter 2 Voice and Worship Carey
34
The Performance and Poetics of Skolia Martin
61
The Topography of Authorship Boterf
80
The Seal of Theognis Bakker
99
Chapter 6 Authenticity and Autochthonous Traditions in Archaic and Hellenistic Lyric Poetry Klooster
122
Chapter 7 Embedded Song and Poetic Authority in Pindar and Bacchylides Harden
139
Hesiod Helen and the Muse Carruesco
178
Chapter 10 On the Antagonism between Divine and Human Performer in Archaic Greek Poetics Liapis
197
Archaic and Classical Pseudepigrapha in Meleagers Garland Peirano Garrison
222
Authors and Genres of Archaic Hymns Boychenko
239
Chapter 13 Which Sappho? The Case Study of the Cologne Papyrus RaschieriRaschieri
265
Index Locorum
287
Index Rerum
291
Copyright

Chapter 8 Narratorial Authority and Its Subversion in Archilochus Swift
161

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