2 edition of To mega biblion found in the catalog.
To mega biblion
|Statement||by Francesca Schironi.|
|Series||American studies in papyrology -- v. 48|
|LC Classifications||Z110.P36 S35 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010003304|
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To Mega Biblion: Book-ends, End-Titles, and Coronides in Papyri with Hexametric Poetry (American Studies in Papyrology) by Francesca Schironi (Author) › Visit Amazon's Francesca Schironi Page.
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[Francesca Schironi]. The Greek Callimachus is credited with the saying mega biblion mega kakon (“big book, big evil”), and his admirer Catullus seems to have taken this to heart.
None of the Roman poet’s. When the great 4th-century BC scholar of the library at Alexandria, Callimachus, wrote "Mega Biblion, Mega Kakon" (loosely translated, a big book is a pain in the neck!), he was praising brevity in poetry, not size.
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It could be argued that a new Alexandrianism, refusing the large work and prizing the fractured and miniature, characterizes certain present-day literary forms: poetry after 4/4(1).
The word is based on the Greek word biblion, which means 'book'. between the rock and the cold, cold sea -- Day. The Greek word biblos was based upon this, and it came to be the word for book (a small book was termed biblion), and by the 2nd century AD, Greek.
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A Classicist Goes to Work in Silicon Valley. As the poet and librarian Callimachus wrote in the prologue to the Aetia—mega biblion, mega kakon, or "big book, big evil."Author: Kristina Chew. Callimachus believed strongly in brevity. He felt that in poetry or prose, you should say a little instead of a lot.
When he said "Big book, big evil" he was attacking long, old-fashioned poetry using the very style that he proposed to replace it with. a great book is a great evil (Callimachus, from the Greek) mega biblion mega kakon: A list of errors (in a book) Errata: A list of things to be corrected.
(in a book) Corrigenda: a little or small work, a small book: opusculus: a man of one book (Thomas Aquinas’s definition of a. “Mega biblion, mega kakon (Big book, big evil)” ― Callimachus tags: classics, criticism, greek, poetry. Read more quotes from Callimachus.
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Illus. Vincent Carosso must have been mindful of a saying credited to Callimachus when he produced this book: "Mega biblion, mega kakon11 (or, roughly, "Abig book is Author: Larry Schweikart.
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While verbosity may be rhetorically useful verbose parts in communications are sometimes referred to as "fluff" or "fuzz". The ancient Greek philosopher Callimachus is quoted as saying "Big book, big evil" (μέγα βιβλίον μέγα κακόν, mega biblion, mega kakon), rejecting the epic style of poetry in favor of his own.
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To Mega Biblion. Book-Ends, End-Titles, and Coronides in Papyri with Hexametric Poetry. Volume: 48 Francesca Schironi. Format Publication year Price Status American Studies in Papyrology is the flagship book series for the Society. The first volume was published inand the series now comprises 53 printed books, as well as one.
The Alexandrian poet and scholar Callimachus is credited with the quip, “big book, big evil” (Mega biblion mega kakon).In truth, it’s not clear if Callimachus really said or wrote this phrase, though if he did, scholars believe he meant it as a critique of his pupil Apollonius’s overly wordy work.
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To mega biblion: book-ends, end-titles, and coronides in papyri with hexametric poetry. American studies in papyrology American studies in papyrology Durham, NC: American Society of Papyrologists, x, p.
$For example, in TO MEGA BIBLION (Durham NC ) I studied book-conventions in rolls and codices containing hexametric poetry. Most recently I became interested in the editorial practices connected with the Greek Bible, and especially in Origen’s use of Alexandrian critical signs in relation to the Hexapla.
For those of us who have studied the later Latin poet Catullus, Callimachus’ famous maxim “μέγα βιβλίον μέγα κακόν”–that is, mega biblion, mega kakon, translated “a big book is a big evil”–is all too familiar.
Callimachus started a poetic tradition that both looked back toward the oral-epic traditions of old.