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Greek metaphor, studies in theory and practice.
William Bedell Stanford
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The Sound of Greek: Studies in the Greek Theory and Practice of Greek metaphor (Sather Classical Lectures)Cited by: A metaphor is a figure of speech that, for rhetorical effect, directly refers to one thing by mentioning another.
It may provide (or obscure) clarity or identify hidden similarities between two ideas. Metaphors are often compared with other types of figurative language, such as antithesis, hyperbole, metonymy and simile. One of the most commonly cited examples of a studies in theory and practice.
book in English. Bibliography. Greek Metaphor: Studies in Theory and Practice, Oxford ; Ambiguity in Greek Literature, Oxford ; Aeschylus in His Style: A Study in Language and Personality, Dublin ; The Odyssey of Homer, Vol.1 (Books 1–12), London The Odyssey of Homer, Vol.2 (Books 13–24), London The Ulysses Theme: A Study in the Adaptability of a Traditional Hero, Oxford.
The Sound of Greek W. Stanford: The Sound of Greek: Studies in the Greek Theory and Practice of Euphony. (Sather Classical Lectures, ) Pp. Vii+ Berkeley: University of California Press (London: Cambridge University Press), Cloth, 6S.
Net. [REVIEW] H. Ll Hudson-Williams - - The Classical Review 19 (02)Author: J. Thomson. 1 Besides Demandt (cited below), Derrida (), Ricoeur (/),Kennedy (), n. 2 ; 1 We have seen how much of the language used by Greek critics to describe style came about by metaphor; Aristotle (Rhetoric bb19), for example, notes that the overuse of compounds, outlandish words, epithets, and metaphors creates “frigidity” of style (“ τὸ ψυχρόν Author: Andreas T.
Zanker. From inside the book. Ambiguity in Greek literature: studies in theory and practice William Bedell Stanford Snippet view - Common terms and phrases. Ambiguity in Greek literature: studies in theory and practice: Author: William Bedell Stanford: Publisher: B.
Blackwell, So let’s start with a few “bridging” comments on what I was seeking to do in writing Images of Organization.
The detailed story is presented in a paper I wrote on this topic innow reproduced here in Chapter essence, the main purpose of the book was to illustrate how all of organization and management theory and practice is shaped by metaphors that have simultaneous strengths.
Stanford, W. () Greek Metaphor: Studies in Theory and Practice, Oxford. Stanford, W. () “The Homeric Etymology of the Name Odysseus” Classical Philol Stanford, W. () Ambiguity in Greek Literature: Studies in Theory and Practice, reprint edition, New York.
The Greek root of metaphor means “to transfer or carry,” and metaphor implies a mapping between two domains, a transfer of one domain onto another to facilitate meaning.
We generally think of metaphor in ecology as implying transfer of a technical matter onto a popular substrate—say, notions of a natural enemy (Chew and Laubichler Cited by: According to the theoretical accounts which survive in the rhetorical handbooks of antiquity, allegory is extended metaphor, or an extended series of metaphors; and both allegory and metaphor are linguistic ‘tropes’: their purpose is essentially ornamental.
The distance posited here between meaning on the one hand and the form of its expression on the other has come under decisive attack. This paper presents examples of the role played by metaphor in the formation of ancient Greek emotional concepts. Previous studies of emotion in ancient Greek societies have focused chiefly on the terms that the ancient Greeks used to label their emotional experiences.
Such an approach is fundamental, yet overlooks important elements of the language of : Douglas Cairns. This study explores a previously uncharted area of ancient literary theory and criticism: the ancient landscapes (such as the Ilissus river in Athens and Mount Helicon) that generate metaphors for distinguishing styles, which dovetail with ancient conceptions of metaphor as itself spatial and mobile.
“There are books aplenty concerning the practice and theory of Greek politics, as well as the politics (in wider or stricter senses) of Greek literature; but in this long-awaited book, Roger Brock offers something completely missing and highly valuable: an overall study of Greek political imagery in the archaic and classical is a.
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This paper considers the possibility of metaphors being used in a deliberate manner in Early Greek poetry and particularly Homer’s Iliad: the epic poems of Homer are shaped by a tradition of oral composition and formulaic language which contains a wealth of metonyms and metaphors.
By focusing on the copious formulaic metaphors and metonyms of death in battle, it will be argued that the. Notes: 1. At least a classic like M. Silk, Interaction in Poetic Imagery with Special Reference to Early Greek Poetry, Cambridgecould have been consulted by T., not to mention numerous other works like W.
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