An ancient theory of interaction between fact and fiction in poetic texts and Zono de’ Magnalis’ accessus to the Aeneid

Autori

  • Mikhail Vladimirovich Shumilin Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration; Russian State University for Humanities

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.13130/2037-2426/4019

Parole chiave:

Fiction, medieval scholarship, Zono de’ Magnalis, Vergil

Abstract

One of the Greco-Roman theories of the relationship between fact and fiction in poetic texts remained quite widespread in the medieval commentary tradition. The unpublished accessus to the Aeneid by Zono de’ Magnalis (early 14th cent.) presents an unusual variant of this theory.

Biografia autore

Mikhail Vladimirovich Shumilin, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration; Russian State University for Humanities

School for Actual Research in Humanities

Institute for Oriental and Classical Studies

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2014-07-03

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Shumilin, M. V. (2014). An ancient theory of interaction between fact and fiction in poetic texts and Zono de’ Magnalis’ accessus to the Aeneid. ENTHYMEMA, (10), 5–25. https://doi.org/10.13130/2037-2426/4019

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The Boundaries of Fictio – Ed. by Julia Ivanova