The Hesiodic Catalogue of Women: Constructions and Reconstructions

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Richard Hunter
Cambridge University Press, 14 ביולי 2005 - 349 עמודים
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The Catalogue of Women, ascribed to Hesiod, one of the greatest figures of early hexameter poetry, maps the Greek world, its evolution and its heroic myths through the mortal women who bore children to the gods. In this collection a team of international scholars offers an attempt to explore the poem's meaning, significance and reception. Individual chapters examine the organization and structure of the poem, its social and political context, its relation to other early epic and Hesiodic poetry, its place in the development of a pan-Hellenic consciousness, and attitudes to women. The wider influence of the Catalogue is considered in chapters on Pindar and the lyric tradition, on Hellenistic poetry, and on the poem's reception at Rome. This collection provides a significant approach to the study of the Catalogue.
 

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Ordering Women in Hesiod s litalogue
1
Ordering women in Hesiods Catalogue
5
The beginning and end of the Catalogue
25
It ids among men? The social and political
35
Heracles in the Hesiodic Catalogue of Women
85
Hesiod fr 43 and the poetics
99
Hesiod fr 43 and the poetics
118
the Catalogue and the Shield
153
Ordered from the Catalogue Pindar
217
The Hesiodic Catalogue and Hellenistic poetry
239
the Hellenistic
266
The Hesiodic Catalogue of Women and Latin
287
Or such as Ovids Metamorphoses
299
Bibliography
320
Index of passages discussed
342
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a survey of the fragments
176

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Richard Hunter is Regius Professor of Greek at the University of Cambridge. He has published extensively on Greek literature and his previous titles include Theocritus: Encomium of Ptolemy Philadelphus (Berkeley, 2003), Plato's Symposium (Oxford, 2004), and Tradition and Innovation in Hellenistic Poetry (0521835119).

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