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Title: Il monologo di Giunone nell'"Hercules furens" e l'"Eneide" di Virgilio. Allusività e confronto di paradigmi letterari in Seneca tragico
Authors: Morelli, Alfredo Mario
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: EUT - Edizioni Università di Trieste
Series/Report no.: CentoPagine. Rivista elettronica internazionale che raccoglie i contributi resi nei Seminari sulla continuità dell'antico
1 (2007)
Abstract: In the monologue of Juno contained in the prologue of Seneca’s Hercules furens it is clear that the reuse of various iuncturae and items of poetic vocabulary constitute sufficient signs to guide the reader along the path of the Virgilian context in and with which Seneca wants to establish a comparison: indeed, once the memory of the reader has been activated, these elements of comparison are numerous. Seneca not only proposes a symmetry played out between the incipit of his work and that of two basic passages of the Aeneid, placed at the beginning of the two halves of which Vergil’s epic consists (Aen. I 37-49 and VII 293 -322), but reinterprets the deep structural links which Virgil had left implicit.
Description: pp. 30-39
ISSN: 1974-0395
Appears in Collections:CentoPagine 2007

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