Inspiração divina e técnica narrativa na Ilíada

Autores

  • Barbara Graziosi Professor in the Department of Classics and Ancient History – Durham University.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24277/classica.v29i1.409

Palavras-chave:

Inspiração divina, narratologia, cronotopo, tempo, espaço, catálogo, écfrase, símiles, Ilíada, biografias de Homero.

Resumo

Este artigo estabelece um diálogo entre abordagens modernas da Ilíada e concepções antigas do poema como divinamente inspirado. Ele começa com uma análise da invocação à Musa e passa a perguntar de qual perspectiva a estória é contada, usando a noção de cronotopo de Bakthin. Ele conclui mostrando que algumas estórias antigas sobre o poeta Homero refletem uma apreciação sensível da voz do poeta dentro da Ilíada.

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15-03-2016

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Graziosi, B. (2016). Inspiração divina e técnica narrativa na Ilíada. Classica - Revista Brasileira De Estudos Clássicos, 29(1), 103–123. https://doi.org/10.24277/classica.v29i1.409

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Dossiê Homero