Narrative , Memory and the Crisis of Mimesis : The Case of Adam Elsheimer and Giordano

@inproceedings{Sapir2006NarrativeM,
  title={Narrative , Memory and the Crisis of Mimesis : The Case of Adam Elsheimer and Giordano},
  author={Itay Sapir},
  year={2006}
}
  • Itay Sapir
  • Published 2006
Intimations of family ties between memory and narrative go way back, to the ancient Greek myth of Mnemosine, the mother of nine creative daughters known as the Muses. Of those patrons of the arts, some reign over overtly narrative media – epic poetry, tragedy, comedy and of course history, whose very name means “story” in most European languages; others rule over arts which, though not solely narrative-based, give pride of place to narrative structures and elements – such as lyrical poetry and… CONTINUE READING