Some more ways to die: Accidental deaths in Hellenistic epigrams
作者: William J. Henderson
作者单位: 1Department of Languages, Culture Studies and Applied Linguistics, School of Languages, Faculty of Humanities, University of Johannesburg, Johannesburg
刊名: In die Skriflig/In Luce Verbi, 2019, Vol.53 (2), pp.e1-e8
来源数据库: African Online Scientific Information System PTY Ltd
DOI: 10.4102/ids.v53i2.2525
关键词: Hellenistic EpigramsAccidental DeathsTheaetetusAntipater of ThessalonicaBianorApollonidesAntiphilus.
原始语种摘要: In this article, the focus falls on five Hellenistic epigrammatic poets (Theaetetus of Cyrene, Antipater of Thessalonica, Bianor of Bithynia, Apollonides of Nicaea and Antiphilus of Byzantium) and epigrams they wrote on the theme of extraordinary accidents. Typically of Hellenistic epigrammatists, each poet aimed at finding novelty and surprise, or at varying (and outdoing) predecessors’ efforts. The process generated innovative language and thought, pushing the literary epigram far away from its origins in lapidary epitaphs. The article aims at demonstrating this.
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关键词翻译
关键词翻译
  • epigram 警句
  • lapidary 宝石工人
  • extraordinary 非常
  • surprise 突然性
  • theme 题材
  • process 过程
  • literary 文献
  • novelty 新产品
  • language 语言
  • pushing 顶推