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MEDEA'S SOL-IPSISM: LANGUAGE, POWER AND IDENTITY IN SENECA'S MEDEA
Recent investigations of Seneca's Medea have found consistently fascinating the way in which Medea progressively flags her realization of enacted identity and selfhood. She self-consciously piercesExpand
THE ‘WEAKER VOICE’
course of the imperial period’ (p. 254). On the Sublime is quite upfront in its ambition to speak for all time, which is the mark of sublimity itself. [Longinus’] promiscuous quoting ‘renders all theExpand
The Shade of Orpheus : Ambiguity and the Poetics of Vmbra in Metamorphoses 10
This paper reexamines the grove of Orpheus in Ovid, Metamorphoses 10, arguing that it is a space of complex ambiguity as activated and determined by the dual meaning of umbra. It conceptualizes theExpand