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Master's Dissertation
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/D.8.2020.tde-13082020-132135
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Author
Full name
Josivânia Silva Sena Delfito
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2020
Supervisor
Committee
Faria, Giuliana Ragusa de (President)
Brunhara, Rafael de Carvalho Matiello
Correa, Paula da Cunha
Gazoni, Fernando Maciel
Title in Portuguese
Peãs e encômios de Baquílides e Píndaro: duas espécies nos fragmentos mélicos dos poetas tardo-arcaicos
Keywords in Portuguese
Baquílides
Encômio
Mélica
Peã
Píndaro
Abstract in Portuguese
O presente dedica-se a dois subgêneros mélicos, peã e encômio, nas composições tardo-arcaicas de Baquílides e Píndaro (séculos VI-V a.C.), preservadas fragmentariamente. A busca pela contextualização e compreensão de seus conteúdos, formas, ocasiões e modos de performance visa à discussão do que podem ter sido essas duas espécies de canção, tanto como seus limites genéricos, em um mundo de prevalente oralidade até o século V a.C., o da chamada song-culture, no qual a poesia ocupava lugar central nas dimensões do entretenimento, da formação e da vida das comunidades gregas, transmitindo valores e reflexões ético-morais, bem como tradições míticas, cultuais e históricas.
Title in English
Bacchylides and Pindars paean and encomium: two melic species in the fragments of archaic late poets
Keywords in English
Bacchylides
Encomium
Melic
Paean
Pindar
Abstract in English
The present work centers on two melic species, paean and encomium, in Bacchylides' and Pindar's fragmentary compositions. It aims at both the contextualization and comprehension of their contents, forms, occasions and performance modes, in order to discuss the two kinds of song, as well as of their generic limits, in a world of prevailing orality until the fifth century B.C., that of the so-called song-culture, in which poetry had a central place in the lives of Greek communities, not only in the dimension of entertainment, but in the formative one, transmitting values and reflections on ethical and moral topics, and mythical, cultural and historical traditions.
 
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2020-08-13
 
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