Mythos (Aristoteles)

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Mythos est nomen ab Aristotele in Poetice (circa 335 a.C.n.) pro argumento tragoediae Athenaeae adhibitum. Id est primum ex sex tragoediae elementis postulatis.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Aristoteles. 1984. The Rhetoric and Poetics of Aristotle, ed. W. Rhys Roberts et Ingram Bywater. Novi Eboraci: The Modern Library.
  • Belfiore, Elizabeth S. 1992. Tragic Pleasures: Aristotle on Plot and Emotion. Princetoniae Novae Caesareae: Princeton University Press.
  • Belfiore, Elizabeth S. 2000. Narratological Plots and Aristotle's Mythos. Arethusa 33.
  • Eggs, Ekkehard. 2002. Doxa in Poetry: a Study of Aristotle's Poetics. Poetics Today 23.
  • Rizzoli, Renato. 1999. Representation and Ideology in Jacobean Drama; The Politics of the Coup De Theatre. Novi Eboraci: The Edwin Mellen Press.
  • Roche, Mark W. 2006. Introduction to Hegel's Theory of Tragedy. PhaenEx 1.
  • Sternberg, Meir. 2003. Universals of Narrative and Their Cognitivist Fortunes (II). Poetics Today 24.


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