Ancient Narrative: Supplementum 1 Space in the Ancient Novel by Michael Paschalis; Stavros Frangoulidis (ed.)

By Michael Paschalis; Stavros Frangoulidis (ed.)

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1990. Dionysius I: War-lord of Sicily, New Haven: Yale University Press. Clarke, K. 1999. Between Geography and History: Hellenistic Constructions of the Roman World, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Corbato, C. 1968. ‘Da Menandro a Caritone. Studi sulla Genesi del Romanzo Greco e i suoi Rapporti con la Commedia Nuova’, Quaderni Triestini sul Teatro Antico 1, 5-44. de Souza, P. 1999. Piracy in the Greco-Roman world, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 185-195. Edwards, D. R. 1985. ‘Chariton’s Chaereas and Callirhoe: Religions and Politics do mix’, in: K.

Plut. Caes. # in Greek (Pomp. 60,2). Whether or not Caesar (or Plutarch, or Plutarch’s source, probably Asinius Pollio) feels this to be a quote from Menander, when Chariton makes it the opening of the action of his novel, he gives his mixture of the historical/comic/erotic a mischievously Caesarian precedent. Look there, says Chariton, Caesar had been messing about on the boundaries between the historical and the erotic long before I got down to work. And in terms of the novel’s structure, just as Caesar’s plunge across the Rubicon initiates the civil strife that is only fully brought to an end in Augustus’ empire, Theron’s decision initiates the travels of Callirhoe; it is in this sense the foundation of her adventure, an adventure whose happy ending in Syracuse restores to order what Sicilian piracy brought into chaos.

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