La Syrinx au bûcher : Pan et les satyres à la Renaissance et à l'âge baroque

@article{Lavocat2007LaSA,
  title={La Syrinx au b{\^u}cher : Pan et les satyres {\`a} la Renaissance et {\`a} l'{\^a}ge baroque},
  author={Françoise Lavocat},
  journal={The Eighteenth Century},
  year={2007},
  volume={38},
  pages={524}
}
La Syrinx au bucher, consacree a la figure de Pan et a celle des satyres, prend pour point de depart le proverbe humaniste des « Silenes d'Alcibiade », tire du Banquet de Platon. Elle se clot sur le personnage du satyre dans la pastorale dramatique, l'opera et le ballet de cour. Au cours du seizieme siecle, l'allegorie des silenes, de Pan et des satyres se transforme en fable et en fiction. Cette double evolution, qui s'apparente a la fois a une degradation et a une incarnation, est declinee… Expand
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