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Petronius and the Anatomy of Fiction.

Author/Creator:
Rimell, Victoria.
Publication:
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2002.
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Subjects:
Petronius Arbiter. -- Satyricon.
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Summary:
This book explores corporeality as a metaphor and its implications for the unity of the text.
Contents:
Cover
Half-title
Title
Copyright
Contents
Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
Introduction Corporealities
CHAPTER 1 Rhetorical red herrings
CHAPTER 2 Behind the scenes
CHAPTER 3 The beast within
CHAPTER 4 From the horse's mouth
CHAPTER 5 Bella intestina
CHAPTER 6 Regurgitating Polyphemus
CHAPTER 7 Scars of knowledge
CHAPTER 8 How to eat Virgil
CHAPTER 9 Ghost stories
CHAPTER 10 Decomposing rhythms
Conclusion Licence and labyrinths
TAKING LIBERTIES
CLAIMS TO FAME
APPENDIX 1 The use of fundere and cognates in the Satyricon
1. TO POUR OUT, IN OR OVER, TO EMPTY (FUNDERE, EFFUNDERE)
2. TO POUR OUT WORDS/POETRY/EMOTIONS (EFFUNDERE, DEFUNDERE)
3. TO EMIT FROM THE BODY: BLOOD, TEARS, SWEAT, LAUGHTER, LIFE (FUNDERE, EFFUNDERE)
4. TO DRENCH OR COVER, TO ANOINT (PERFUNDERE)
5. TO POUR ON OR IN (INFUNDERE)
6. TO MINGLE, JUMBLE, CONFUSE, UPSET (CONFUNDERE)
7. TO POUR FROM ONE VESSEL INTO ANOTHER, TO EXCHANGE (TRANSFUNDERE)
8. TO POUR OVER, TO STAIN (SUFFUNDERE)
9. TO POUR IN DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS, TO SPREAD OR DIFFUSE (DIFFUNDERE )
APPENDIX II The occurrence of fortuna or Fortuna in the Satyricon
FORTUNATA
APPENDIX III Aen. 4.39 at Sat. 112: nec venit in mentem, quorum consederis arvis?
Bibliography
Index of passages discussed
Index of subjects.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Print version: Rimell, Victoria Petronius and the Anatomy of Fiction
ISBN:
9780511148545
9780521815864
OCLC:
559323857