Hemeroteca

Exemplaria Classica
Número 3 (1999)
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Ficción en la Historia Alexandri de Q. Curcio Rufo: la anécdota del médico Filipo en comparación con Arriano y Plutarco

Fernández Corte, José Carlos

In recent years numerous fictional devices have been identified in Greek and Latin historiography. Quintus Curtius has traditionally been considered the most novelistic of Latin historians and the first, more general part of this paper sets out to redefine his position towards fiction in Historia Alexandri, both from a thematic and literary-formal perspective. The second part of the paper consists of a comparison of the story of the healing of Alexander by the physician, Philip, in the Greek historians Arrian and Plutarch and the Latin historian Curtius Rufus. In the process, attention is drawn to fictional structures of the kind developed by 20th century authors of prose fiction and novels.

1-15

Fuentes clásicas de dos motivos de la poesía española: "la grulla" y "la mariposa"

Pulido, Isabel

This study seeks to revise the meanings of two traditional motifs which experience revealing developments in the Spanish lyric. Since Aristotle and the natural treatises of antiquity through the medieval zoological compilations, the images of "the crane" and "the butterfly" appear in the cultivated poetic compendium, both pagan and divine, moral and doctrinal. Evidencing marked variations, the winged figures reach the twentieth century Spanish lyric in the form of oblique and pure images, characteristic of very personal poetics such as M. Hernández's, Lorca's or G. Diego's.

17-35

El motivo del "dinero todopoderoso" en Quevedo: precedentes clásicos de la expresión "poderoso caballero es Don Dinero"

Traver Vera, Ángel Jacinto

This paper surveys the tradition of the "all-powerful money" theme in Quevedo. Several possible precedents from Horatius, Ovidius and Paulus Silentiarius are detailed in relation to Quevedo's "poderoso caballero es Don Dinero".

37-50

Ovid. 'Met.' 13.882-884 and Góngora 'Fábula de Polifemo y Galatea' 489-490

Ramírez de Verger, Antonio

161-164

Κάλχας, εὖ εἰδὼς ἀνὰ θυμόν... πτήσιας οἰωνῶν ἠδ' ἀστέρας. ¿Calcante astrólogo?

Galán Vioque, Guillermo

165-169

¿Una jarcha neotérica?

Fernández Valverde, Juan

171-173

The Choliambs of the 'Satires' of Persius

Pérez Vega, Ana

175-176

Mito clásico y poesía española actual: el tema de Ulises en un poema de Javier Salvago

Arcaz Pozo, Juan Luis

177-184

Persuasion without Words in Two Renaissance Debates

Casanova García, Jorge

185-199

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