Cinematic Signatures of Orpheus and Operatic Evocations
- Illinois Classical Studies
Abstract:This paper traces the tradition of the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice from Ovid and Vergil through Poliziano to late Renaissance, Baroque, early classical, and early twentieth-century opera as… Expand
The Catabasis of Mattie Ross in the Coens' True Grit
This paper argues that the Coen Brothers' 2010 version of True Grit makes innovations to the original novel by Charles Por- tis that evoke the Greek myth of the descent to the underworld, or… Expand
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Local governance is conceptualised as an ‘institutional matrix’, comprising distinct (but interacting) rule-sets, in which forces for change and continuity coexist. Different rule-sets change at… Expand
Zurück in die Zukunft via Ithaca, Mississippi: Technik und funktion der Homer-rezeption in O Brother, Where Art Thou?
Joel and Ethan Coen’s film, O Brother Where Art Thou? (2000), which claims to be “based upon ‘The Odyssey’ by Homer”, does not only aim at a broader audience, but also at recipients who are far more… Expand
Inventing that "Old-Timey" Style: Southern Authenticity in O Brother, Where Art Thou?
The author argues that the writers and directors of O Brother, Where Art Thou? address the idea of cultural authenticity in several ways—most notably in their use of diegetic and nondiegetic music—to… Expand
Joel and Ethan Coen
Introduction: A brief portrait of the artists A different meaning for the same old song: Blood Simple The Coen brothers: Postmodern filmmakers Uncertainty principle: The Man Who Wasn't There The… Expand
O Brother, What Next?: Making Sense of the Folk Fad
After O Brother, Where Art Thou? spurred a surge of interest in all things folk, I got calls from friends coast to coast. Since I wrote a book about folk revivalism, they assumed I’d be thrilled to… Expand
"Oh, so many startlements...": History, Race, and Myth in O Brother, Where Art Thou?
I was born in 1950 and so did not live through and have no memory of the Depression. Still, I feel in ways as if it is part of my experience, for I heard many stories of it from my parents and… Expand
Something old, something new, something borrowed: The Odyssey and O Brother where art thou?
Classical Myth and Culture in the Cinema
Classical Myth and Culture in the Cinema is a collection of essays presenting a variety of approaches to films set in Ancient Greece and Rome and to films that reflect archetypal features of… Expand