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Xenopoulos' Anadyomeni: from the Lotophages to Plato's Symposium

Gunnar De Boel UGent (2016) CAHIERS BALKANIQUES. p.211-232
abstract
Xenopoulos’ novel Anadyomeni presents a dense network of literary, philosophical and liturgical references to meals, which set the stage for the enactment of the discussion, in Plato’s Symposium, about immortality and giving one’s life for one’s lover, and of Empedocles’ idea of metempsychosis in the form of a plant.
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author
organization
alternative title
Anadyoméni de Grigorios Xénopoulos Des Lotophages au Banquet de Platon en passant par la Cène
year
type
journalArticle (original)
publication status
published
subject
keyword
Love, Immortality, Lotus eaters, Last Supper, Resurrection, Solomos Dionysos (1798-1857), Metempsychosis, Nineteenth century, Reincarnation, Ionian Islands, Greece, Zakynthos, Xenopoulos Grigorios (1867), Eucharist
journal title
CAHIERS BALKANIQUES
Cah. Balk.
editor
Martine Breuillot and Irini Tsamadou-Jacoberger
issue title
Manger en Grèce
article number
6779
pages
211 - 232
publisher
INST NATL LANGUES & CIVILISATIONS ORIENTALES-INALCO
place of publication
PARIS
conference name
Manger en Grèce
conference location
Strasbourg
conference start
2015-05-27
conference end
2015-05-29
ISSN
0290-7402
DOI
10.4000/ceb.6779
language
French
UGent publication?
yes
classification
A2
copyright statement
I have retained and own the full copyright for this publication
id
8119401
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8119401
date created
2016-10-18 21:06:40
date last changed
2017-01-02 09:55:08
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  author       = {De Boel, Gunnar},
  editor       = {Breuillot, Martine  and Tsamadou-Jacoberger, Irini},
  issn         = {0290-7402},
  journal      = {CAHIERS BALKANIQUES},
  keyword      = {Love,Immortality,Lotus eaters,Last Supper,Resurrection,Solomos Dionysos (1798-1857),Metempsychosis,Nineteenth century,Reincarnation,Ionian Islands,Greece,Zakynthos,Xenopoulos Grigorios (1867),Eucharist},
  language     = {fre},
  location     = {Strasbourg},
  pages        = {6779:211--6779:232},
  publisher    = {INST NATL LANGUES \& CIVILISATIONS ORIENTALES-INALCO},
  title        = {Xenopoulos' Anadyomeni: from the Lotophages to Plato's Symposium},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/ceb.6779},
  year         = {2016},
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Chicago
De Boel, Gunnar. 2016. “Xenopoulos’ Anadyomeni: From the Lotophages to Plato's Symposium.” Ed. Martine Breuillot and Irini Tsamadou-Jacoberger. Cahiers Balkaniques: 211–232.
APA
De Boel, G. (2016). Xenopoulos’ Anadyomeni: from the Lotophages to Plato's Symposium. (Martine Breuillot & I. Tsamadou-Jacoberger, Eds.)CAHIERS BALKANIQUES, 211–232. Presented at the Manger en Grèce.
Vancouver
1.
De Boel G. Xenopoulos’ Anadyomeni: from the Lotophages to Plato's Symposium. Breuillot M, Tsamadou-Jacoberger I, editors. CAHIERS BALKANIQUES. PARIS: INST NATL LANGUES & CIVILISATIONS ORIENTALES-INALCO; 2016;211–32.
MLA
De Boel, Gunnar. “Xenopoulos’ Anadyomeni: From the Lotophages to Plato's Symposium.” Ed. Martine Breuillot & Irini Tsamadou-Jacoberger. CAHIERS BALKANIQUES (2016): 211–232. Print.