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La composición de los poemas hesiódicos

AuthorsRodríguez Adrados, Francisco
Issue Date30-Dec-2001
PublisherConsejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (España)
CitationEmerita; Vol LXIX, No 2 (2001)
Abstract[EN] Hesiod organised his poems, specially Theogony and Works and Days, on the basis of preexistent genres: lyrics, cosmogonies and theogonies, genealogies, “instructions” and calendaries. His originality was to create extensive poems introduced by proemia and consisting in a series of blocks. These blocks present a ternary structure (a - b - c) and are interconnected by associations. There are also excursus and additions.
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