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A companion to classical receptions, edited by Lorna Hardwick and Christopher Stray

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A companion to classical receptions
Title
A companion to classical receptions
Statement of responsibility
edited by Lorna Hardwick and Christopher Stray
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Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • plates
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Hardwick, Lorna.
  • Stray, Christopher.
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Blackwell companions to the ancient world
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Classical literature
Label
A companion to classical receptions, edited by Lorna Hardwick and Christopher Stray
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [482]-532) and index
Contents
  • Introduction: Making Connections/
  • Lorna Hardwick
  • Christopher Stray
  • p. 1
  • Pt. I.
  • Reception within Antiquity and Beyond.
  • p. 11
  • 1.
  • Reception and Tradition/
  • Felix Budelmann
  • Johannes Haubold
  • p. 13
  • 2.
  • Ancient Reception of Homer/
  • Barbara Graziosi
  • p. 26
  • 3.
  • Poets on Socrates' Stage: Plato's Reception of Dramatic Art/
  • Chris Emlyn-Jones
  • p. 38
  • 4.
  • 'Respectable in its ruins': Achaemenid Persia, Ancient and Modern/
  • Thomas Harrison
  • p. 50
  • 5.
  • Basil of Caesarea and Greek Tragedy/
  • Ruth Webb
  • p. 62
  • Pt. II.
  • Transmission, Acculturation and Critique.
  • p. 73
  • 6.
  • 'Our Debt to Greece and Rome': Canon, Class and Ideology/
  • Seth L. Schein
  • p. 75
  • 7.
  • Gladstone and the Classics/
  • David W. Bebbington
  • p. 86
  • 8.
  • Between Colonialism and Independence: Eric Williams and the Uses of Classics in Trinidad in the 1950s and 1960s/
  • Emily Greenwood
  • p. 98
  • 9.
  • Virgilian Contexts/
  • Stephen Harrison
  • p. 113
  • Pt. III.
  • Translation.
  • p. 127
  • 10.
  • Colonization, Closure or Creative Dialogue?: The Case of Pope's Iliad/
  • David Hopkins
  • p. 129
  • 11.
  • Translation at the Intersection of Traditions: The Arab Reception of the Classics/
  • Ahmed Etman
  • p. 141
  • 12.
  • 'Enough Give in It': Translating the Classical Play/
  • J. Michael Walton
  • p. 153
  • 13.
  • Lost in Translation? The Problem of (Aristophanic) Humour/
  • James Robson
  • p. 168
  • Pt. IV.
  • Theory and Practice.
  • p. 183
  • 14.
  • 'Making It New': Andre Gide's Rewriting of Myth/
  • Cashman Kerr Prince
  • p. 185
  • 15.
  • 'What Difference Was Made?': Feminist Models of Reception/
  • Vanda Zajko
  • p. 195
  • 16.
  • History and Theory: Moses and Monotheism and the Historiography of the Repressed/
  • Miriam Leonard
  • p. 207
  • 17.
  • Performance Reception: Canonization and Periodization/
  • Pantelis Michelakis
  • p. 219
  • Pt. V.
  • Performing Arts.
  • p. 229
  • 18.
  • Iphigenie en Tauride and Elektra: 'Apolline' and 'Dionysiac' Receptions of Greek Tragedy into Opera/
  • Michael Ewans
  • p. 231
  • 19.
  • Performance Histories/
  • Fiona Macintosh
  • p. 247
  • 20.
  • 'Body and Mask' in Performances of Classical Drama on the Modern Stage/
  • Angeliki Varakis
  • p. 259
  • 21.
  • Nomadic Theatre of the Societas Raffaello Sanzio: A Case of Postdramatic Reworking of (the Classical) Tragedy/
  • Freddy Decreus
  • p. 274
  • 22.
  • Aristophanes between Israelis and Palestinians/
  • Nurit Yaari
  • p. 287
  • Pt. VI.
  • Film.
  • p. 301
  • 23.
  • Working with Film: Theories and Methodologies/
  • Joanna Paul
  • p. 303
  • 24.
  • Odyssey from Homer to NBC: The Cyclops and the Gods/
  • Hanna M. Roisman
  • p. 315
  • 25.
  • New Hope: Film as a Teaching Tool for the Classics/
  • Marianne McDonald
  • p. 327
  • Pt. VII.
  • Cultural Politics.
  • p. 343
  • 26.
  • Possessing Rome: The Politics of Ruins in Roma capitale/
  • Catharine Edwards
  • p. 345
  • 27.
  • 'You unleash the tempest of tragedy': the 1903 Athenian Production of Aeschylus' Oresteia/
  • Gonda van Steen
  • p. 360
  • 28.
  • Multicultural Reception: Greek Drama in South Africa in the Late Twentieth and Early Twenty-first centuries/
  • Betine van Zyl Smit
  • p. 373
  • 29.
  • Putting the Class into Classical Reception/
  • Edith Hall
  • p. 386
  • Pt. VIII.
  • Changing Contexts.
  • p. 399
  • 30.
  • Reframing the Homeric: Images of the Odyssey in the Art of Derek Walcott and Romare Bearden/
  • Gregson Davis
  • p. 401
  • 31.
  • 'Plato's Stepchildren': SF and the Classics/
  • Sarah Annes Brown
  • p. 415
  • 32.
  • Aristotle's Ethics, Old and New/
  • Rosalind Hursthouse
  • p. 428
  • 33.
  • Classicizing Bodies in the Male Photographic Tradition/
  • Bryan E. Burns
  • p. 440
  • 34.
  • Homer in British World War One Poetry/
  • Elizabeth Vandiver
  • p. 452
  • Pt. IX.
  • Reflection and Critique.
  • p. 467
  • 35.
  • Reception Studies: Future Prospects/
  • James I. Porter
  • p. 469
  • Bibliography.
  • p. 482
  • Index.
  • p. 533
Control code
ocn137244784
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xvii, 538 p., [2] p. of plates
Isbn
9781405151672
Lccn
2007022246
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)
Label
A companion to classical receptions, edited by Lorna Hardwick and Christopher Stray
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [482]-532) and index
Contents
  • Introduction: Making Connections/
  • Lorna Hardwick
  • Christopher Stray
  • p. 1
  • Pt. I.
  • Reception within Antiquity and Beyond.
  • p. 11
  • 1.
  • Reception and Tradition/
  • Felix Budelmann
  • Johannes Haubold
  • p. 13
  • 2.
  • Ancient Reception of Homer/
  • Barbara Graziosi
  • p. 26
  • 3.
  • Poets on Socrates' Stage: Plato's Reception of Dramatic Art/
  • Chris Emlyn-Jones
  • p. 38
  • 4.
  • 'Respectable in its ruins': Achaemenid Persia, Ancient and Modern/
  • Thomas Harrison
  • p. 50
  • 5.
  • Basil of Caesarea and Greek Tragedy/
  • Ruth Webb
  • p. 62
  • Pt. II.
  • Transmission, Acculturation and Critique.
  • p. 73
  • 6.
  • 'Our Debt to Greece and Rome': Canon, Class and Ideology/
  • Seth L. Schein
  • p. 75
  • 7.
  • Gladstone and the Classics/
  • David W. Bebbington
  • p. 86
  • 8.
  • Between Colonialism and Independence: Eric Williams and the Uses of Classics in Trinidad in the 1950s and 1960s/
  • Emily Greenwood
  • p. 98
  • 9.
  • Virgilian Contexts/
  • Stephen Harrison
  • p. 113
  • Pt. III.
  • Translation.
  • p. 127
  • 10.
  • Colonization, Closure or Creative Dialogue?: The Case of Pope's Iliad/
  • David Hopkins
  • p. 129
  • 11.
  • Translation at the Intersection of Traditions: The Arab Reception of the Classics/
  • Ahmed Etman
  • p. 141
  • 12.
  • 'Enough Give in It': Translating the Classical Play/
  • J. Michael Walton
  • p. 153
  • 13.
  • Lost in Translation? The Problem of (Aristophanic) Humour/
  • James Robson
  • p. 168
  • Pt. IV.
  • Theory and Practice.
  • p. 183
  • 14.
  • 'Making It New': Andre Gide's Rewriting of Myth/
  • Cashman Kerr Prince
  • p. 185
  • 15.
  • 'What Difference Was Made?': Feminist Models of Reception/
  • Vanda Zajko
  • p. 195
  • 16.
  • History and Theory: Moses and Monotheism and the Historiography of the Repressed/
  • Miriam Leonard
  • p. 207
  • 17.
  • Performance Reception: Canonization and Periodization/
  • Pantelis Michelakis
  • p. 219
  • Pt. V.
  • Performing Arts.
  • p. 229
  • 18.
  • Iphigenie en Tauride and Elektra: 'Apolline' and 'Dionysiac' Receptions of Greek Tragedy into Opera/
  • Michael Ewans
  • p. 231
  • 19.
  • Performance Histories/
  • Fiona Macintosh
  • p. 247
  • 20.
  • 'Body and Mask' in Performances of Classical Drama on the Modern Stage/
  • Angeliki Varakis
  • p. 259
  • 21.
  • Nomadic Theatre of the Societas Raffaello Sanzio: A Case of Postdramatic Reworking of (the Classical) Tragedy/
  • Freddy Decreus
  • p. 274
  • 22.
  • Aristophanes between Israelis and Palestinians/
  • Nurit Yaari
  • p. 287
  • Pt. VI.
  • Film.
  • p. 301
  • 23.
  • Working with Film: Theories and Methodologies/
  • Joanna Paul
  • p. 303
  • 24.
  • Odyssey from Homer to NBC: The Cyclops and the Gods/
  • Hanna M. Roisman
  • p. 315
  • 25.
  • New Hope: Film as a Teaching Tool for the Classics/
  • Marianne McDonald
  • p. 327
  • Pt. VII.
  • Cultural Politics.
  • p. 343
  • 26.
  • Possessing Rome: The Politics of Ruins in Roma capitale/
  • Catharine Edwards
  • p. 345
  • 27.
  • 'You unleash the tempest of tragedy': the 1903 Athenian Production of Aeschylus' Oresteia/
  • Gonda van Steen
  • p. 360
  • 28.
  • Multicultural Reception: Greek Drama in South Africa in the Late Twentieth and Early Twenty-first centuries/
  • Betine van Zyl Smit
  • p. 373
  • 29.
  • Putting the Class into Classical Reception/
  • Edith Hall
  • p. 386
  • Pt. VIII.
  • Changing Contexts.
  • p. 399
  • 30.
  • Reframing the Homeric: Images of the Odyssey in the Art of Derek Walcott and Romare Bearden/
  • Gregson Davis
  • p. 401
  • 31.
  • 'Plato's Stepchildren': SF and the Classics/
  • Sarah Annes Brown
  • p. 415
  • 32.
  • Aristotle's Ethics, Old and New/
  • Rosalind Hursthouse
  • p. 428
  • 33.
  • Classicizing Bodies in the Male Photographic Tradition/
  • Bryan E. Burns
  • p. 440
  • 34.
  • Homer in British World War One Poetry/
  • Elizabeth Vandiver
  • p. 452
  • Pt. IX.
  • Reflection and Critique.
  • p. 467
  • 35.
  • Reception Studies: Future Prospects/
  • James I. Porter
  • p. 469
  • Bibliography.
  • p. 482
  • Index.
  • p. 533
Control code
ocn137244784
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xvii, 538 p., [2] p. of plates
Isbn
9781405151672
Lccn
2007022246
Other physical details
ill. (some col.)

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