3 edition of Peri hypsous, or, Dionysius Longinus on the height of eloquence found in the catalog.
Peri hypsous, or, Dionysius Longinus on the height of eloquence
|Statement||rendered out of the original [by J. Hall]|
|Contributions||Hall, John, 1627-1656, tr|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, lxxxiii p.|
|Number of Pages||27|
Apart from the bibliographies in the principal editions (see below), there are bibliographies by D. S. Marin (Bibliography of the Essay on The Sublime, privately printed, ) and by D. Tavani (La filologia recente di fronte al Peri Hypsous, Rome ), and a survey article by . There are few figures in the history of Western Spirituality who are more enigmatic than the fifth or sixth-century writer known as the Pseudo-Dionysius. The real identity of the person who chose to write under the pseudonym of Dionysius the Areopagite is unknown. Even the exact dates of his writings have never been determined. Moreover the texts themselves, though relatively short, are at 3/5(2).
Department of English Chapman University Orange CA [email protected] Almost from its very beginnings mimetology has looked to ancient Greece for its proof texts. For both René Girard’s hypotheses surrounding the ethical and ethnological implications of mimetic desire and Eric Gans’s identification of the part played by mimetic resentment in cultural evolution, the texts of. Editio princeps in England: Gerard Langbaine (Oxford, ); first English translation by John Hall: Peri Hypsous, or Dionysius Longinus of the Height of Eloquence rendered out of the originall by J. Hall Esq. (). Republications: , , , , , , ←.
The Poetics of Sublime and the Transcendental Self in The Gita The Sublime in Ancient Philosophy The first known study of the sublime is ascribed to Longinus’ Peri Hupsous/Hypsous or ‘On the Sublime.’1 This is thought to have been written in the 1st century AD though its origin and authorship are uncertain. “mimesis” from Plato to Longinus, mainly dealing with four classical critics from the Greco-Roman period—Plato, Aristotle, Horace and Longinus. Through comparison and contrast, it focuses on the “hard-core” essence of each critic’s position on and attitude toward “literary imitation”, as well as their inheritance in the.
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On the Sublime (Περì Ὕψους Perì Hýpsous) is a Roman-era Greek work of literary criticism dated to the 1st century AD. Its author is unknown, but is conventionally referred to as Longinus (/ l ɒ n ˈ dʒ aɪ n ə s /; Ancient Greek: Λογγῖνος Longĩnos) or ducklakebooks.com is regarded as a classic work on aesthetics and the effects of good writing.
Get this from a library. Peri hypsous: or Dionysius Longinus of the height of eloquence. Rendred out of the originall. By J.H. Esq. [Longinus; Cassius Longinus; John Hall]. Life. The origin of his gentile name Cassius is unknown; it can only be conjectured that he was the client to some Cassius Longinus, or that his ancestors had received the Roman franchise through the influence of some Cassius ducklakebooks.com was born aboutand was killed inat the age of sixty.
The suggestion that his original name was Dionysius arose only because the 1st century Born: AD, Emesa, Syria. On the Sublime explained. On the Sublime (Περì Ὕψους Perì Hýpsous) is a Roman-era Greek work of literary criticism dated to the 1st century AD.
Its author is unknown, but is conventionally referred to as Longinus (; Greek, Ancient (to );: Λογγῖνος Longĩnos) or ducklakebooks.com is regarded as a classic work on aesthetics and the effects of good writing. A second major claim is that Longinus was yet another famous Greek scholar and rhetorician of the Dionysius Longinus on the height of eloquence book Mediterranean, Dionysius of Halicarnassus.
This claim is largely based on the inscription to “Dionysius or Longinus” in the table of contents of the earliest extant manuscript.
Email this Article Longinus (literature). Abstract: Or paper gives an account for Longinus ’s Ideas on the Sublime. The paper mainly deals with what Sublime is “the image of greatness of mind”, the five main sources of sublimity grandeur of thoughts, a vigorous and spirited treatment of the passions, a certain artifice in the employment of figures, dignified expression, majesty and elevation of structure.
ducklakebooks.com: Dionysiou Longinou peri hypsous hypomnema. = Dionysii Longini de sublimitate commentarius, quem nova versione donavit, Zacharias Pearce. Peri hypsous or Dionysius Longinus of the height of eloquence.
Rendred out of the originall. By J.H. Esq: Poems, Selections. A serious epistle to Mr. William Prynne wherein is interwoven an answer to a late book of his, the title whereof is inserted in the next leafe.
By J. Hall, of Grays-Inne: Three hymns for SATB and organ (). Cambridge Core - Renaissance and Early Modern Literature - Shakespearean Sensations - edited by Katharine A. Craik This book has been cited by the following publications.
Hall, John, Peri Hypsous, or Dionysius Longinus of the Height of Eloquence (London, ). Hall. The essays collected here offer the first comprehensive, integrated survey of that record. They shed new light on the politics of the eighteenth-century book trade, on Swift's innovations as a maker of books, on the habits and opinions revealed by his commentary on printed texts and on the re-shaping of the Swiftian book after his death.
In his book, De pictura veterum, Franciscus Junius makes the case that natural talent rather than learned theory plays the greater part in creative achievement, a view he grounds in the ancient literary treatise Peri hypsous, traditionally attributed to Longinus and known since the eighteenth century as On the ducklakebooks.com the s, Junius’s discussion of the Longinian sublime, or grace Author: Joanna Sheers Seidenstein.
A Book Lost and Found* to knit together eloquence, modes of communication, and political liberty He Peri hypsous Or Dionysius Longinus on the Height of Eloquence (). For commentaries on this, see Norbrook, "Marvell's ' H oration Ode' and the Politics of Genre," p. ; Annabel Patter.
The present volume is a first attempt to chart the early modern translations of Peri hupsous, both in the literal sense of the history of its dissemination by means of editions, versions and translations in Latin and vernacular languages, but also in the figurative sense of its uses and transformations in the visual arts from to Download Citation | Dionysius and Longinus on the Sublime: Rhetoric and Religious Language | Longinus' On the Sublime (date unknown) presents itself as a response to the work of the Augustan.
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Perseus provides credit for all accepted changes, storing new additions in a versioning system. On the other hand, too much luxury and wealth leads to a decay in eloquence—eloquence being the goal of the sublime writer.
The sublime. Longinus critically applauds and condemns certain literary works as examples of good or bad styles of writing. Longinus ultimately promotes an "elevation of style" and an essence of "simplicity". text that authorizes much of the “passion” of the age, Longinus’s treatise Peri Hypsous, or On the Sublime.
By deﬁ ning a “Scriblerian sublime,” I am focusing the issues of the broader opposition outlined above, for not all satire is Scrible-rian, nor is the sublime of Dionysius Longinus identical with the.
Longinus (Greek: Λογγῖνος, Longĩnos) is the conventional name of the author of the treatise, On the Sublime (Περὶ ὕψους, Perì hýpsous), a work which focuses on the effect of good writing. Longinus, sometimes referred to as Pseudo Longinus.
No biographical information is known about the author of “On the Sublime,” an essay published around the year CE. It is not the work of Cassius Longinus, a rhetorician of the third century. Early versions state the author as “Dionysius or Longinus,” offering the possibility that the work was written by Dionysius of Halicarnassus.
Feb 12, · “Possibly the next most important work of literary theory and criticism to survive the wreck of antiquity is the brilliant treatise Peri hupseos, attributed to someone called Longinus In this second Loeb edition, the earlier Hamilton Fyfe translation has been overhauled by Donald Russell, surely the greatest living authority on Longinus.”/5(5).A common-place book to the Holy Bible or, The scriptures sufficiency practically demonstrated wherein whatsoever is contain'd in scripture, respecting doctrine, worship, or manners, is reduced to its proper head, weighty cases resolved, truths confirmed, difficult .Longinus (Greek: Λογγῖνος, Longĩnos) is the conventional name of the author of the treatise On the Sublime (Περὶ ὕψους, Perì hýpsous), a work which focuses on the effect of good writing.
 Longinus, sometimes referred to as Pseudo-Longinus because his real name is unknown, was a Greek teacher of rhetoric or a literary critic who may have lived in the 1st or 3rd century AD.