¿’Paramimo’ en Aristófanes?

Nubes, vv. 1-132

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https://doi.org/10.35699/1983-3636.2021.29609

Palavras-chave:

parodia, mimo, Nubes de Aristófanes, Herondas

Resumo

Es conocida la capacidad de la comedia antigua para incorporar en su seno citas, adaptaciones, alusiones, parodias o préstamos de obras de diferentes géneros. Detectarlos ha sido una preocupación temprana de comentadores y críticos. En esa dirección, proponemos en este trabajo la hipótesis de que en los primeros versos de Nubes de Aristófanes –de características peculiares, y hasta contrastantes comparadas con el resto de la producción del autor– haya una parodia al género del mimo, por presentar muchas de sus notas más genuinas. Entre otras: un ambiente intimista, caracteres profundamente delineados y la adhesión a una estética realista.

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2022-01-20

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Fernández, C. N. (2022). ¿’Paramimo’ en Aristófanes? Nubes, vv. 1-132. Nuntius Antiquus, 17(2), 187–216. https://doi.org/10.35699/1983-3636.2021.29609

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