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The programmatic Idylls of Theocritus

Klooster, J., 15-Jun-2019, (Submitted) Brill's Companion to Theocritus. Sistakou, E., Kyriakou, P. & Rengakos, A. (eds.). Brill Academic Publisher

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APA

Klooster, J. (2019). The programmatic Idylls of Theocritus. Manuscript submitted for publication. In E. Sistakou, P. Kyriakou, & A. Rengakos (Eds.), Brill's Companion to Theocritus Brill Academic Publisher.

Author

Klooster, Jacqueline. / The programmatic Idylls of Theocritus. Brill's Companion to Theocritus. editor / Evina Sistakou ; Poulheria Kyriakou ; Antonios Rengakos. Brill Academic Publisher, 2019.

Harvard

Klooster, J 2019, The programmatic Idylls of Theocritus. in E Sistakou, P Kyriakou & A Rengakos (eds), Brill's Companion to Theocritus. Brill Academic Publisher.

Standard

The programmatic Idylls of Theocritus. / Klooster, Jacqueline.

Brill's Companion to Theocritus. ed. / Evina Sistakou; Poulheria Kyriakou; Antonios Rengakos. Brill Academic Publisher, 2019.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterAcademicpeer-review

Vancouver

Klooster J. The programmatic Idylls of Theocritus. In Sistakou E, Kyriakou P, Rengakos A, editors, Brill's Companion to Theocritus. Brill Academic Publisher. 2019


BibTeX

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abstract = "Scholars have consistently focused on Idylls 1 and 7 as ‘programmatic’ poems. Cairns, in his discussion of the first Idyll as a programmatic poem, helpfully defines such poetry as follows:A poem or part of a poem can be described as ‘programmatic’ if it is consciously composed in such a way that it contains a very high concentration of material typical of its literary form. Such a piece can be regarded as even more obviously programmatic if it contains statements about poetry and the art of writing poetry, either implicit or explicit. Such statements can sometimes involve evaluations of poetry or of several different kinds of poetry. Pieces which are ‘programmatic’ in one or more of these senses can sometimes use an agreed symbolic language. This chapter analyzes Idylls 1 and 7 from a comparable angle.",
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