Eumeu e Auerbach: os efeitos da narrativa em Homero

Christian Werner

Resumo


Por meio de dois episódios na Odisseia, a reação de Eumeu às narrativas de Odisseu disfarçado como cretense no canto XIV e sua avaliação da performance do cretense em uma conversa com Penélope no canto XVII, esse artigo, iniciando-se por uma reavaliação do capítulo de Auerbach sobre a Odisseia em seu Mimesis, discute como alguns elementos de uma performance narrativa intradiegética são conceitualizados e explorados no poema.


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Homero; Odisseia; performance; narrativa; Auerbach; Eumeu.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24277/classica.v29i1.412

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