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Mimesis and intertextuality in antiquity and Christianity

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Published by Trinity Press International in Harrisburg, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian literature, Early -- History and criticism -- Congresses.,
  • Christian literature, Early -- Classical influences -- Congresses.,
  • Imitation in literature -- Congresses.,
  • Intertextuality -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Dennis R. MacDonald.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesStudies in antiquity and Christianity
    ContributionsMacDonald, Dennis Ronald, 1946-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR67 .M47 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 171 p. ;
    Number of Pages171
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6794402M
    ISBN 101563383357
    LC Control Number00062867

      The book pays particular attention to the themes of concord and discord, the "cosmic sense" of late antiquity, novelty and renouatio, paradox and miracle, and allegory. It is also a contribution to the ongoing discussion of whether there is an identifiably late antique poetics and a late antique practice of intertextuality. I pulled out again my copy of “Mimesis and Intertextuality in Antiquity and Christianity” (ed. by Dennis R. MacDonald) thinking to write a layman’s review of its collection of contributions but got sidetracked (again) on re-reading Gregory J. Riley’s chapter, “Mimesis of Classical Ideals in the Second Century”. Some of Riley’s work totally rivets me with comments that provoke new.

    Dennis Ronald MacDonald (born ) is the John Wesley Professor of New Testament and Christian Origins at the Claremont School of Theology in ald proposes a theory wherein the earliest books of the New Testament were responses to the Homeric Epics, including the Gospel of Mark and the Acts of the methodology he pioneered is called Mimesis utions: Claremont School of Theology. 1 Cf. e.g. H. Hunger, On the Imitation (Mimesis) of Antiquity in Byzantine Literature, DOP 23–24 (–) 15–38; I. Nilsson, Erotic Pathos, Rhetorical Pleasure. Narrative Technique and Mimesis in Eumathios Makrembolites’ “Hysmine & Hysminias”, Uppsala ; L. Pernot, Mimêsis, rhétorique et politique dans l’essai de Théodore.

    (1) Dennis R. MacDonald, Mimesis and Intertextuality in Antiquity and Christianity () (2) The Harper Collins Study Bible, NSRV. (, Revised) (3) Erich Gruen (et al.), Hellenistic Constructs () (4) Erich Gruen, Heritage and Hellenism: The Reinvention of Jewish Tradition () (5) Thomas L. Thompson, The Messiah Myth ().   There needs to be more on Longinus, or maybe I need other books, but Longinus saw mimesis as a form of “writing that goes beyond mere persuasion.” (57), seeing mimesis as a possessing force. He might also qualify for poetic mimesis, as Virgil did, which moves “the reader to self-improvement” (64), an idea which Aristotle no doubt shared.


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Mimesis and intertextuality in antiquity and Christianity. Harrisburg, Pa.: Trinity Press International, © (OCoLC) Online version: Mimesis and intertextuality in antiquity and Christianity. Harrisburg, Pa.: Trinity Press International, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All.

9 MacDonald uses the term mimesis as a synonym for and in preference to an intertextual reference to describe the reuse of language within the Bible (Dennis R.

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Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International, Mettinger, Tryggve N. "Intertextuality: Allusion and Vertical Context Systems in Some Job Passages." In Of Prophets' Visions. the volume, Mimesis and Intertextuality in Antiquity and Christianity (Studies in Antiquity and Christianity: Harrisburg, PA: Trinity Press International, ).

This is not a casual exercise, but a serious and sustained effort. The question itself is perfectly reasonable. Greco-Roman culture demonstrably did practice literary mimesis.

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