[Electronic Antiquity]

ELECTRONIC ANTIQUITY:
COMMUNICATING THE CLASSICS

Current Editor
Terry Papillon, Terry.Papillon@vt.edu

November 2010
Volume XIV, Number 1

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The Passions of Achilles: Reflections on the Classical and Medieval Epic

Guest Editor: Rosemarie Deist (University of San Francisco)

The Passions of Achilles: Heroic Character in Classical and Medieval Epic: Introduction
University of San Francisco, October 2008
ROSEMARIE DEIST PDF [149 KB] HTML [20 KB]
University of San Francisco
deistr@usfca.edu

The Passions of Achilles: Translating Greece into Rome
DAVID KONSTAN PDF [227 KB] HTML [50 KB]
New York University and (Emeritus) Brown University
david_konstan@brown.edu

The Epic Hero and Excess: Achilles, Hector, Raoul de Cambrai and Ernaut de Douai
LAURENCE HARF-LANCNER PDF [212 KB] HTML [29 KB]
Sorbonne nouvelle-Paris III
laurence.harf@wanadoo.fr

Briseis in the Potter’s Quarter
PAMELA GORDON PDF [302 KB] HTML [50 KB]
University of Kansas
pgordon@ku.edu

Suffering, Pity and Friendship: An Aristotelian Reading of Book 24 of Homer’s Iliad
MARJOLEIN OELE PDF [218 KB] HTML [43 KB]
University of San Francisco
moele@usfca.edu

The Sword of Dido: Pain and Heroic Distinctiveness
ROSEMARIE DEIST PDF [219 KB] HTML [52 KB]
University of San Francisco
deistr@usfca.edu

Fulgentius the Mythoclast: Cooling Pagan Passions in Christian Late Antiquity
EMILY ALBU PDF [217 KB] HTML [42 KB]
University of California-Davis
emalbu@ucdavis.edu

The Hero Roland and the Question of Intentionality
JOSEPH J. DUGGAN PDF [199 KB] HTML [39 KB]
University of California-Berkeley
yjoed@berkeley.edu

Three New Worthies: Les trois fils de roi
MICHELLE SZKILNIK PDF [235 KB] HTML [55 KB]
Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3
mszkilnik@numericable.fr

Between Prophecy and Plainte in the Roman de Troie
MATILDA T. BRUCKNERPDF [268 KB] HTML [67 KB]
Boston College
Bruckner@bc.edu

The Passions of Achilles: Herbort von Fritzlar’s Liet von Troye and his Description of the Passions of Achilles in Regard to Herbort’s Historical Concept
MARIA DORNINGER PDF [234 KB] HTML [52 KB]
University of Salzburg
Maria.Dorninger@sbg.ac.at


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