Caston, Ruth Rothaus
|서명/저자사항||Hope, joy, and affection in the classical world / edited by Ruth R. Caston, Robert A. Kaster.|
|개인저자||Caston, Ruth Rothaus, ed. |
Kaster, Robert A., ed.
|발행사항||New York, NY : Oxford University, c2016.|
|형태사항||xii, 282 p. ; 25 cm.|
|총서명||Emotions of the past|
|서지주기||Includes bibliographical references(p. 241-256) and index.|
|내용주기||Introduction / Ruth R. Caston and Robert A. Kaster -- I. Hope -- Douglas Cairns, Metaphors for hope in archaic and classical Greek poetry -- Damien Nelis, Emotion in Vergil's Georgics : farming and the politics of hope -- Laurel Fulkerson, "Torn between hope and despair" : narrative foreshadowing and suspense in the Greek novel -- II. Joy and happiness -- Ruth R. Caston, The irrepressibility of joy in Roman comedy -- Michael C.J. Putnam, Horatius Felix -- Margaret Graver, Anatomies of joy : Seneca and the Gaudium tradition -- Christopher Gill, Positive emotions in stoicism : are they enough? -- III. Fellow-feeling and kindness -- Ed Sanders, Generating goodwill and friendliness in Attic forensic oratory -- David Armstrong, Utility and affection in Epicurean friendship : Philodemus on the Gods 3, On property management, and Horace, Sermones 2.6 -- Gillian Clark, Caritas : Augustine on love and fellow-feeling -- Martha Nussbaum, "If you could see this heart" : Mozart's mercy.|
|요약||"For all the interest in emotions in antiquity, there has been little study of positive emotions. This collection aims to redress the balance with eleven studies of emotions like hope, joy, good will and mercy that show some of the complexity these emotions play in ancient literature and thought"--Provided by publisher.|
|주제명(지명)||Rome --Intellectual life.|
Greece --Intellectual life --To 146 B.C.
Rome --Social life and customs.
Greece --Social life and customs.
|일반주제명||Hope --Social aspects --History.|
Joy --Social aspects --History.
Emotions in literature.
Classical literature --History and criticism.