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Caught In/On The Web: To Publish Without Perishing In The Digital Age, Brian G. Kennelly Aug 2000

Caught In/On The Web: To Publish Without Perishing In The Digital Age, Brian G. Kennelly

World Languages and Cultures

Publishing online is an increasingly prevalent means for scholars to test their ideas. But what of its challenges? Focusing on an ill-fated Web site dedicated to the polemic French writer Louis-Ferdinand Céline, and on a proposed hypertextual edition of his most multilinear and multisequential work, this paper asks how to reconcile the need of academics with the bullheadedness of publishers who resist the renegotiation of copyright and the marketplace it (once) enabled.


Review Of: Aristophanes' Clouds (With An Introduction By Ian C. Storey), Max Nelson Jan 2000

Review Of: Aristophanes' Clouds (With An Introduction By Ian C. Storey), Max Nelson

Languages, Literatures and Cultures Publications

No abstract provided.


A Note On The Olisbos, Max Nelson Jan 2000

A Note On The Olisbos, Max Nelson

Languages, Literatures and Cultures Publications

No abstract provided.


The Lesser Mysteries In Plato's Phaedrus, Max Nelson Jan 2000

The Lesser Mysteries In Plato's Phaedrus, Max Nelson

Languages, Literatures and Cultures Publications

Plato set his dialogue Phaedrus at a sacred grove by the Callirrhoe spring in Agrae outside of Athens primarily because this was the location of the Lesser Mysteries. Plato not only had Socrates use Mystery terminology in his main speech, he also


E. R. Dodds: Two Unpublished Letters On Ancient 'Irrationalism', Max Nelson Jan 2000

E. R. Dodds: Two Unpublished Letters On Ancient 'Irrationalism', Max Nelson

Languages, Literatures and Cultures Publications

Two as yet unpublished letters by E. R. Dodds demonstrate his wide-ranging interests in what he termed "irrationalism". The first, from October 17, 1945, is a response to an inquiry about the significance of Dionysiac cults for medieval


Of Art And Epithets: Approaching The Poetry Of Olivier Larronde Through His "Alberto Giacometti Dégaine", Brian G. Kennelly Jan 2000

Of Art And Epithets: Approaching The Poetry Of Olivier Larronde Through His "Alberto Giacometti Dégaine", Brian G. Kennelly

World Languages and Cultures

At the relatively early age of 38, the French poet Olivier Larronde died of an epileptic fit in October 1965. At that time, he had only published two poetic collections, Les Barricades mystérieuses (in 1946) and Rien voilà l'ordre (in 1959), with his third collection, L'Arbre à lettres, only appearing in print in 1966. Despite his limited literary output, Larronde had been considered by Paul Guth in September 1959 as "[u]n des sommets de la poésie Française depuis la guerre" ("Olivier Larronde poète" 114) and was hailed one month after his death by Jean Cau as "l ...


Narcissus: Myth And Magic, Max Nelson Jan 2000

Narcissus: Myth And Magic, Max Nelson

Languages, Literatures and Cultures Publications

No abstract provided.