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This study discusses the Greek novel through the ages, from the genre's flowering in late Antiquity to its learned revival in twelfth-century Byzantium. Its unique feature is its full coverage of the… Continue Reading
The review and analysis of the book 'The Novel in the Ancient World' by Gareth Schmeling is discussed. Some of the unique aspects and features of the book are highlighted.
Schmeling's edited collection makes a fairly massive tome and covers a far broader and more varied terrain than its title suggests. In fact The Novel in the Ancient World moves far beyond both the… Continue Reading
AbstractLittle attention has been paid to the relative dating of the ‘learned’ romances of the twelfth century. It has generally been accepted that Prodromos' Rhodanthe and Dosikles is the first in… Continue Reading
At one and the same time, the Greeks and Romans viewed dreams as both external entities and internal processes, both significant and insignificant with regard to the unknown. Keywords: … Continue Reading