This article is concerned with the first stasimon of Euripides' Hippolytos, which takes the form of a hymn to Eros. Among the aspects dealt with are: a) the structure of the choral ode (also in relation with the aretalogical hymns in S. Ant. 781-800 e Tr. 497-530); b) its dramatic function within the play, and connections with the hymn to Artemis in the prologue (vv. 61-72) and the hymn to Aphrodites and Eros in the last choral song (vv. 1268-81); c) erotic topoi borrowed from lyric poetry, often modified to fit the tragic context; d) analysis of the mythological examples of Iole and Semele in the second strophic pair.

Pattoni, M. P., L'inno a Eros nel primo stasimo dell'Ippolito euripideo: struttura, temi, immagini, in V. Escuderos, N. G. A. N. (ed.), Omnia vincit amor. Amor i erotisme a les literatures clàssiques i la seua recepció, ADOLF M. HAKKERT, Amsterdam 2016: <<CLASSICAL AND BYZANTINE MONOGRAPHS>>, 141- 169 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/74705]

L'inno a Eros nel primo stasimo dell'Ippolito euripideo: struttura, temi, immagini

Pattoni, Maria Pia
Primo
2016

Abstract

This article is concerned with the first stasimon of Euripides' Hippolytos, which takes the form of a hymn to Eros. Among the aspects dealt with are: a) the structure of the choral ode (also in relation with the aretalogical hymns in S. Ant. 781-800 e Tr. 497-530); b) its dramatic function within the play, and connections with the hymn to Artemis in the prologue (vv. 61-72) and the hymn to Aphrodites and Eros in the last choral song (vv. 1268-81); c) erotic topoi borrowed from lyric poetry, often modified to fit the tragic context; d) analysis of the mythological examples of Iole and Semele in the second strophic pair.
Italiano
Greco antico
Omnia vincit amor. Amor i erotisme a les literatures clàssiques i la seua recepció
978-90-256-1309-9
ADOLF M. HAKKERT
Pattoni, M. P., L'inno a Eros nel primo stasimo dell'Ippolito euripideo: struttura, temi, immagini, in V. Escuderos, N. G. A. N. (ed.), Omnia vincit amor. Amor i erotisme a les literatures clàssiques i la seua recepció, ADOLF M. HAKKERT, Amsterdam 2016: <<CLASSICAL AND BYZANTINE MONOGRAPHS>>, 141- 169 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/74705]
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