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The Significance of the Text of Short-stories in the Context of Roman Novels
(Semnificaţia textului nuvelelor in contextul romanelor latine)
Vol LXII • No. 1/2010
Cristina Iridon
Petroleum-Gas University of Ploieşti, 39 Bd. Bucuresti, Ploieşti
E-mail: cristinairidon@yahoo.com

 Keywords   text within context, ut pictura narratio, social fresco, futility of the intellectual, Isiac resurrection.

 Abstract
Considered to be the first important novels of the Antiquity as far as plot, structure, heroes, style or goal are concerned, Satyricon and Metamorphoses configure the maturity of the Roman epic with a different background and specific heroes. The basic narration in the first person intermingles with short-stories where heterodiegesis alternates with homodiegesis, the semantic role of these nuclei being a very important one, as this paper intends to point out.

 Rezumat
Considerate a fi primele romane importante ale Antichităţii prin subiect, structură, personaje, stil sau scop, Satyricon şi Metamorfoze configurează maturitatea epicului printr-un context diferit şi prin eroi specifici. Naraţia cadru la persoana întâi se întrepătrunde cu nuvele în care heterodiegeza alternează cu homodiegeza, rolul acestor nuclee fiind unul nu lipsit de importanţă, după cum încearcă să evidenţieze acest articol.



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