ANS 7 Seeing Tongues, Hearing Scripts

Seeing Tongues, Hearing Scripts: Orality and Representation in the Ancient Novel
Ancient Narrative Supplementum 7
Victoria Rimell (ed.)

Table of Contents

Frontmatter

Frontmatter
 
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I-VI
Introduction
 
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VII-XX!

Article

Orality and Authority in Xenophon Of Ephesus
Jason König
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1-22
Omero e la Sibilla. Mimesi e oralità  nella Cena Trimalchionis
Andrea Cucchiarelli
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23-60
The Inward Turn: Writing, Voice and the Imperial Author in Petronius
Victoria Rimell
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61-85
Visualising Drama, Oratory and Truthfulness in Apuleius Metamorphoses 3
Regine May
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86-105
Vocis immutatio: The Apuleian Prologue and the Pleasures and Pitfalls of Vocal Versatility
Wytse Keulen
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106-137
The Ass's Ears and the Novel's Voice. Orality and the Involvement of the Reader in Apuleius' Metamorphoses
Luca Graverini
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138-167
Advertising One's Own Story. Text and Speech in Achilles Tatius' Leucippe and Clitophon
Marko Marinčič
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168-200
La voix et la main : la lettre intime dans Chéréas et Callirhoé
Patrick Robiano
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201-222
Poiein aischra kai legein aischra, est ce vraiment la même chose? Ou la bouche souillée de Chariclée
Romain Brethes
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223-256
‘Novels in the Greek Letter’: Inversions of the Written-Oral Hierarchy in the Briefroman ‘Themistocles
Owen Hodkinson
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257-278
Divine Epistemology: the Relationship between Speech and Writing in the Aithiopika
Kathryn Chew
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279-298
Fixity and Fluidity in Apollonius of Tyre
Stelios Panayotakis
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299-320

Backmatter

List of Contributors
 
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321-323
Indices
 
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324-340