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Luc. Dmar. 14: Perseo e Andromeda tra iconografia e teatro (con un’appendice su Dmar. 12)

novitàdigital Luc. Dmar. 14: Perseo e Andromeda tra iconografia e teatro
(con un’appendice su Dmar. 12)
Articolo
rivista AEVUM ANTIQUUM
fascicolo AEVUM ANTIQUUM - 2018 - 18
titolo Luc. Dmar. 14: Perseo e Andromeda tra iconografia e teatro (con un’appendice su Dmar. 12)
Luc. DMar. 14: Perseus and Andromeda between iconography and theater (with an Appendix on DMar. 2)
autore
editore Vita e Pensiero
formato Articolo | Pdf
online da 02-2020
doi 10.26350/020747_000036
issn 1121-8932 (stampa) | 1827-7861 (digitale)
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This paper analyses Lucian’s DMar. 14, on Perseus and Andromeda, under a double perspective: intertextual and intervisual. On the one hand, it clarifies Lucian’s debts towards Euripides’ Andromeda – apparently, its main literary model. On the other hand, also through comparison with a passage from De domo (22-23), it shows how Lucian, in constructing his (as usually ironic and critical) version of the story, appeals to the visual memory of his audience almost in the same way in which he urges their literary memory, according to a technique often exploited by the rhetor. The analysis is concluded by some remarks on DMar. 12, the ‘prequel’ of this dialogue (it concerns Danae, abandoned at sea by her father with infant Perseus), in order to show that it is analogously influenced by the theatrical tradition and that it also has strong visual connotations.

keywords

Lucian, Dialogues of the Sea Gods, De domo, Perseus, Andromeda, Danae, Euripides, intertextuality, intervisuality, visual memory, theater.

Biografia dell'autore

Lucia Floridi, Università di Bologna. Email: lucia.floridi2@unibo.it