Homero nos poetas líricos: recepção e transmissão

Adrian Kelly

Resumo


A pesquisa acadêmica sobre Homero está crescentemente inclinada a usar um modelo estematológico para explicar a relação do poeta com seus predecessores, sejam gregos ou não gregos: isto é, Homero aparentemente usou poemas escritos e fixos na maneira alusiva de Calímaco ou Virgílio. Todavia, à parte seus profundos problemas metodológicos, essa concepção da cultura poética grega não encontra paralelo ou apoio na recepção de Homero nos poetas líricos arcaicos gregos mais antigos: não há nestes uma boa evidência de uma cultura literária altamente alusiva até a metade do séc. VI a.C., na poesia de Estesícoro, cuja obra representa uma clara mudança no modo como os textos homéricos são conhecidos, recebidos e recriados. ‘Não há Virgílios’ na Grécia arcaica, e a concepção não tem lugar na história da literatura grega mais antiga.

[Artigo traduzido por Antonio Orlando Dourado-Lopes]


Palavras-chave


Homero; Estesícoro; intertextualidade

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