Interfiguralität bei Phaedrus: Ein fabelhafter Fall von Selbstinszenierung

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Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG, Jun 12, 2017 - Literary Criticism - 266 pages

Millennium transcends boundaries – between epochs and regions, and between disciplines. Like the Millennium-Jahrbuch, the journal Millennium-Studien pursues an international, interdisciplinary approach that cuts across historical eras. Composed of scholars from various disciplines, the editorial and advisory boards welcome submissions from a range of fields, including history, literary studies, art history, theology, and philosophy. Millennium-Studien also accepts manuscripts on Latin, Greek, and Oriental cultures.

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1 Einleitung
2 Methodische Vorüberlegungen Interfiguralität
3 Phaedrus und Aesop eine textchronologische Betrachtung
4 Aesop als Figur und Trickster zwischen Selbstinszenierung und Gattungsreflexion
5 Esel Bauern und Götter weitere Fälle von Interfiguralität
6 Phaedrus und Horaz
7 Schlussbetrachtung
8 Literaturverzeichnis

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Johannes Park, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen.

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