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Drama and the notions of literary propriety and verisimilitude in Francesco Robortello’s paraphrase on Horace’s Ars Poetica

@inproceedings{Touze2017DramaAT,
  title={Drama and the notions of literary propriety and verisimilitude in Francesco Robortello’s paraphrase on Horace’s Ars Poetica},
  author={A. Touze},
  year={2017}
}
Thus speaks Marvin T. Herrick in the study he wrote about the humanistic commentaries on Horace’s Art of poetry and Aristotle’s Poetics, underlining the importance of the concept of decorum – or convenientia – in the epistle.1 As he points out, the concept of decorum, which is the Latin equivalent of the Greek τὸ πρέπον , holds an important position in the (mostly rhetorical, but also moral) treatises of Cicero. Decorum is generally regarded as being of two types: internal decorum, which refers… Expand

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