7 edition of Fashioning the feminine in the Greek novel found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 188-205) and index.
|LC Classifications||PA3267 .H38 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 214 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||214|
|ISBN 10||0415262097, 0415262100|
|LC Control Number||2002068195|
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The Greek novel occupies a special place in the debate on gender in antiquity, forcing us to ask why the female protagonists are such strong and positive characters.
This book rejects the hypothesis of a largely female readership, and also sees a problem in ascribing this pattern to the reflection of a blanket improvement in the status of women.
The Greek novel occupies a special place in the debate on gender in antiquity, forcing us to ask why the female protagonists are such strong and positive characters. This book rejects the hypothesis of a largely female readership, and also sees a problem in ascribing this pattern to the reflection of a blanket improvement in the status of cturer: Routledge.
See also S. Wiersma, 'The ancient Greek novel and its heroines: a female paradox', Mnemosyne 43 (): ; R. Johne, 'Women in the ancient novel', in G. Schmeling (ed.) The novel in the ancient world, 2nd ed. (Leiden, ): A book-length study of gender in Achilles Tatius by Helen Morales is anticipated imminently.
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“The rise of the Divine Feminine does not have to be at the expense of the Sacred Masculine. It is about the complete respect of the differences that the Sacred Masculine and Divine Feminine bring to a physical and spiritual union.” ― Reena Kumarasingham, The Magdalene Lineage: Past Life Journeys Into the Sacred Feminine Mysteries.
Fashioning the Feminine in the Greek Novel The Greek novel occupies a special place in the debate on gender in antiquity, forcing us to ask why the female protagonists are such strong and positive characters. The Greek novel plays a key part in the debate on gender in antiquity, forcing us to ask why the female protagonists are such strong and positive characters.
This book shows how such heroines can be seen as a type of 'constructed feminine'. The Greek novel as a genre began in the first century CE, and flourished in the first four centuries; it is thus a product of the Roman Empire. The exact relationship between the Greek novel and the Latin novels of Petronius and Apuleius is debated, but both Roman writers are thought by most scholars to have been aware of and to some extent.
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She. The Concept of Self-Fashioning by Stephen Greenblatt Characteristics of Renaissance self-fashioning involve the use of “feminine” aspects of dress and conduct. One was to conduct and dress in a way that reflected their position in society. Novel. Brownmiller addresses the set of societal strictures, esthetic ideals, and assigned "characteristics" which governs the lives of half of America, and which goes by the name of Femininity.
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The main form of any Ancient Greek noun is the singular variations can be achieved through declension in case and number, according to one of these declension systems: the first declension, the second declension and the third declension.
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