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Re-writing Ariadne: following the thread of literary and artistic representations of Ariadne’s abandonment

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This thesis takes Ariadne's abandonment as a case study in order to examine the literary processes of reception that underlie the transmission of classical myth in different eras and cultural contexts — from Classical Antiquity through the Italian Renaissance. Rather than focusing on the ways in which visual representations of Ariadne relate to literary treatments, it draws attention to the literary reliance on a cultural framework, shared by writer and reader, that enables dynamic storyte...

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Department:
St Hugh's College, Faculty of Classics

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Department:
Corpus Christi College, Faculty of Classics
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Department:
St Hilda's College, Faculty of Classics
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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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