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Bibliography: p. 191-196.
|Statement||by Edwin S. Ramage.|
|Series||University of Cincinnati classical studies, 3|
|LC Classifications||DE71 .R35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 226 p.|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||72009257|
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(ed., ); Classical texts and their traditions: studies in the honor of C. Trahman (ed. with D. Bright); The nature and purpose of Augustus' Res gestae (). ‘urbanitas’ (urbane sophistication).3 This term covers the notions of erudition, frivolity, refinement and a certain degree of arrogance.
None of these is spontaneously associated with Virgil’s Bucolica. Virgil had the added problem of his rustic origins, which made him extra vulnerable to the criticism of rusticitas (boorishness) in his File Size: 2MB. 49 Prendergast is said to be derived from the Welsh words for «oak tree» (prender) and «bitch, whore» (gast) according to, B.G.
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Or, to put it another way (and to reveal its inbuilt prejudices), the qualities typical of a city-dweller, sophistication. Domitius Marsus, a poet of the Augustan Age and one of Maecenas’ inner circle, wrote a treatise on the subject, de. This paper presents an analysis of conceptions of linguistic politeness in ancient Rome.
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Guntrip. The book also provides a thorough linguistic/stylistic commentary on all the fragments of the palliata, the togata and the atellana. It shows that Terence, except in the case of his Eunuchus, consciously distances himself from the linguistic/stylistic tradition of Plautus followed by all other comic : Evangelos Karakasis.
Ramage E () Urbanitas: ancient sophistication and refinement. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman, p 3 Google Scholar Roncayolo M () Lectures de by: 1.The study concludes by emphasizing the importance of understanding the papyrus book-roll as a rhetorical medium in and of itself and when represented in ancient writings.
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