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Verleiding voor dovemansoren: over de Beiroetepisode in Nonnos' Dionysiaka

Berenice Verhelst UGent (2011) HANDELINGEN : KONINKLIJKE ZUIDNEDERLANDSE MAATSCHAPPIJ VOOR TAAL- EN LETTERKUNDE EN GESCHIEDENIS. 65. p.177-191
abstract
The episode in Beirut (books 41-43) does not play a central part in the long epic poem of the Dionysiaka, but it is notable because of its unexpected content and the peculiar contrast between its structural importance and its effect of being a mere narrative detour. In this article, a discussion of the Beirut episode as a whole is followed by a detailed analysis of the central book of this episode, containing a series of monologues of Dionysos, attempting to seduce Beroe (the nymph of Beirut). My analysis of book 42 focusses on the monologues of Dionysos and the reactions of Beroe. Special attention is paid to elements of genre and meta-literality, two central notions of my current PhD-research on the Dionysiaka.
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HANDELINGEN : KONINKLIJKE ZUIDNEDERLANDSE MAATSCHAPPIJ VOOR TAAL- EN LETTERKUNDE EN GESCHIEDENIS
Handel. - K. Zuidned. maatsch. taal- lett.kd. geschied.
editor
Roxane Vandenberghe UGent
volume
65
pages
177 - 191
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0774-3254
language
Dutch
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yes
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A2
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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2995764
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-2995764
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2012-09-19 14:39:06
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  abstract     = {The episode in Beirut (books 41-43) does not play a central part in the long epic poem of the Dionysiaka, but it is notable because of its unexpected content and the peculiar contrast between its structural importance and its effect of being a mere narrative detour. In this article, a discussion of the Beirut episode as a whole is followed by a detailed analysis of the central book of this episode, containing a series of monologues of Dionysos, attempting to seduce Beroe (the nymph of Beirut). My analysis of book 42 focusses on the monologues of Dionysos and the reactions of Beroe. Special attention is paid to elements of genre and meta-literality, two central notions of my current PhD-research on the Dionysiaka.},
  author       = {Verhelst, Berenice},
  editor       = {Vandenberghe, Roxane},
  issn         = {0774-3254},
  journal      = {HANDELINGEN : KONINKLIJKE ZUIDNEDERLANDSE MAATSCHAPPIJ VOOR TAAL- EN LETTERKUNDE EN GESCHIEDENIS},
  language     = {dut},
  pages        = {177--191},
  title        = {Verleiding voor dovemansoren: over de Beiroetepisode in Nonnos' Dionysiaka},
  volume       = {65},
  year         = {2011},
}

Chicago
Verhelst, Berenice. 2011. “Verleiding Voor Dovemansoren: Over De Beiroetepisode in Nonnos’ Dionysiaka.” Ed. Roxane Vandenberghe. Handelingen : Koninklijke Zuidnederlandse Maatschappij Voor Taal- En Letterkunde En Geschiedenis 65: 177–191.
APA
Verhelst, Berenice. (2011). Verleiding voor dovemansoren: over de Beiroetepisode in Nonnos’ Dionysiaka. (Roxane Vandenberghe, Ed.)HANDELINGEN : KONINKLIJKE ZUIDNEDERLANDSE MAATSCHAPPIJ VOOR TAAL- EN LETTERKUNDE EN GESCHIEDENIS, 65, 177–191.
Vancouver
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Verhelst B. Verleiding voor dovemansoren: over de Beiroetepisode in Nonnos’ Dionysiaka. Vandenberghe R, editor. HANDELINGEN : KONINKLIJKE ZUIDNEDERLANDSE MAATSCHAPPIJ VOOR TAAL- EN LETTERKUNDE EN GESCHIEDENIS. 2011;65:177–91.
MLA
Verhelst, Berenice. “Verleiding Voor Dovemansoren: Over De Beiroetepisode in Nonnos’ Dionysiaka.” Ed. Roxane Vandenberghe. HANDELINGEN : KONINKLIJKE ZUIDNEDERLANDSE MAATSCHAPPIJ VOOR TAAL- EN LETTERKUNDE EN GESCHIEDENIS 65 (2011): 177–191. Print.