10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «KATABASES»
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Cary Nelson and the Struggle for the University
CARY. NELSON'S. RECOVERY. WORK. Michael Thurston A great deal of
attention has been paid, justifiably, to Cary Nelson's recovery of numerous
poems, poets, and poetic communities repressed by what he has called “the
Myths of the Underworld Journey: Plato, Aristophanes, and ...
Clark carefully distinguishes this wisdom tradition of katabases from other
descents connected with fertility cycles. ,0 Aristophanes, of course, plays with the
meanings of desire, Tt66os, which generally conveys the idea of longing for one
Radcliffe G. Edmonds, III, 2004
A Backward Glance: The Southern Renascence, the ...
In the particular terms of the autobiographical epic, Eugene Gant's physical
growth and psychological development are imaged in terms of outward journeys
away from home and by inward katabases that probe the depths of his personal ...
Joseph R. Millichap, 2009
The Underworld in Twentieth-Century Poetry: From Pound and ...
Perhaps not coincidentally, the first group tends to include the best-known
modern katabases (Pound's “Hell Cantos,” for example, or Eliot's “Burnt Norton”),
while the second is made up mostly of less familiar poems. The canonical origin
of the ...
Classical Myth & Culture in the Cinema
... own private inferno.20 The recent revival of the war film genre — Steven
Spielberg's Schindler's List (1993) and Saving Private Ryan (1998), Malick's The
Thin Red Line — gives us additional examples of katabases, here set in World
Redefining Ancient Orphism: A Study in Greek Religion
Plenty of evidence survives of epic katabases, not just Homer's Odysseus, but
Heracles and Theseus and perhaps even other heroes. Despite the arguments
that scholars such as Dieterich and Norden advanced, there is little reason to ...
Radcliffe G. Edmonds III, 2013
Passage Through Hell: Modernist Descents, Medieval Underworlds
Heracles has become the frozen symbol for all past katabases: he authorizes
Odysseus, admitting him into the pantheon while equally demonstrating where
he is outstripped by him; as in Achilles' speech, the Odyssean epithet
David Lawrence Pike, 1997
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Encyclopedia of Religion and Film
The mythical journey to the underworld seems to signify the death and rebirth (
real or metaphorical) of the hero of the mythic narrative. One of the most famous
katabases in Greco-Roman myth is that of Orpheus, the putative first poet, who ...
Before Animals Talked and Other Poems
He had once considered a Katabases, but it would have been antithetical to his
Greek Agoge, formally completed, a day, ten years, a lifetime ago when he
resembled Jung not yet Carl and some remarked that it was Lovis Corinth before
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «KATABASES»
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Holy Saturday: Death as an Object of Faith
What strikes us about the ancient katabases is the continually returning theme of transformation, a complete rebirth of the person, a rebirth ... «Patheos, Apr 15»
French under no illusions about Thomond test
This game has already taken on the measure of what the Greeks would call katabases. Orpheus nips off to find Eurydice, Heracles swings low ... «Irish Examiner, Dec 14»