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Ilaria Marchesi
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In this 2008 book on intertextuality in Pliny the Younger, Professor Marchesi invites an alternative reading of Pliny's collection of private epistles: the letters are examined as the product of an authorial strategy controlling both the rhetorical fabric of individual units and their arrangement in the collection. By inserting recognisable fragments of canonical authors into his epistles, Pliny imports into the still fluid practice of letter-writing the principles of composition and organisation that for his contemporaries characterised other writings as literature.

The Art of Pliny's Le. .In this book on intertextuality in Pliny the Younger, Professor Marchesi invites an alternative reading of Pliny's collection of private epistles: the letters are examined as the product of an authorial strategy controlling both the rhetorical fabric of individual units and their arrangement in the collection.

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Автор: Ilaria Marchesi Название: The Art of Pliny& Letters .

Allusions become the occasion for a metapoetic dialogue, especially with the collection’s privileged addressee, Tacitus. Pliny's choice of poetics; 3. The importance of being Secundus: Tacitus' voice in Pliny's letters; 4. Storming historiography: Pliny's voice in Tacitus' texts; 5. Overcoming Cicero.

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Ilaria Marchesi, Hofstra University, New York An active participant in the cultural politics ofhis time, Pliny entrusts to the letters hi.

Ilaria Marchesi, Hofstra University, New York. Mobipocket eBook ISBN-13: 9780511383540). Présentation de l'éditeur : Inthe first book on intertextuality in Pliny the Younger, ProfessorMarchesi invites a new reading of Pliny's collection of privateepistles: the letters are examined as the product of an authorialstrategy controlling both the rhetorical fabric of individual units andtheir arrangement in the collection. An active participant in the cultural politics ofhis time, Pliny entrusts to the letters his views on poetry, oratoryand historiography.

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In this book on intertextuality in Pliny the Younger, Professor Marchesi invites an alternative reading of Pliny's collection of private epistles: the letters are examined as the product of an authorial strategy controlling both the rhetorical fabric of individual units and their arrangement in the collection. By inserting recognisable fragments of canonical authors into his epistles, Pliny imports into the still fluid practice of letter-writing the principles of composition and organisation that for his contemporaries characterised other writings as literature. Allusions become the occasion for a metapoetic dialogue, especially with the collection's privileged addressee, Tacitus. An active participant in the cultural politics of his time, Pliny entrusts to the letters his views on poetry, oratory and historiography. In defining a model of epistolography alternative to Cicero's and complementing those of Horace, Ovid and Seneca, he also successfully carves a niche for his work in the Roman literary canon.