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Raconter Byzance: La Litterature Au Xiie Siecle, Plotting with Eros: Essays on the Poetics of Love and the Erotics of Reading, Erotic Pathos, Rhetorical Pleasure: Narrative Technique And Mimesis In Eumathios Makrembolites' Hysmine & Hysminias, Wanted Byzantium. The Desire for a Lost Empire, Holger och sjrddningen,
-, English summary: This study uses Byzantine novels as a window onto the twelfth-century literary world, concentrating in particular on the function of narrative techniques and structures. More general questions such as the relationship between form and content, reality and fiction, gender and the individual are also addressed. French description: Dans cette etude, les romans byzantins sont consideres comme une entree pour comprendre le discours litteraire du XIIe siecle: nous examinons la fonction de la structure et des techniques narratives telles qu'elles apparaissent dans plusieurs textes contemporains. Partant des textes comnenes, nous nous interessons donc au succes du discours romanesque du XIIe siecle, mais aussi aux questions generales de la litterature byzantine: l'imitation litteraire et les relations entre la forme et le contenu, le reel et la fiction, le genre et l'ouvrage individuel., , The intricate relationship between the erotic and the literary is a recurring theme in Western literature, with a starting-point in Plato?s dialogues. Our need to talk, write, and read about love has resulted in a rich tradition, ranging from theoretical and philosophical discussions of Eros to love romance and poetry, clearly marked by the classical heritage but continuously unfolding and rewriting itself. The essays in this volume aim at providing both students and scholars with a series of discussions of this long tradition of reading and writing the erotic, seen from a number of different perspectives. A certain emphasis is placed on Classical philology, and in particular Greek and Roman love poetry from Antiquity to the Byzantine period. The contributors examine texts by Plato, Catullus, Sulpicia, Meleager and Niketas Choniates among others; but the anthology also offers more general treatments within the fields of Byzantine Studies, Iranian Languages, History of Ideas and Comparative Literature. Across this range of writers and disciplines, this collection of essays offers stimulating and original perspectives on how Eros has been appropriated in a variety of ways for purposes of producing narratives of love. Contributors: Emmanuel C. Bourbouhakis, Anders Cullhed, Tomas Hgg, Regina Hschele, Dimitrios Iordanoglou, Mats Persson, Mathilde Skoie, Bo Utas, David Westberg, Tim Whitmarsh