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2004 | 48 | 1/2 | 43-57
Article title

Theocritus' 22th Idyll

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HU
Abstracts
EN
Theocritus' 22th idyll is a hymn to the Dioscuri, in which the stories about Castor and Lynceus are embedded. A dialogue follows the boxing match between Polydeuces and Amycus, but in the other story, the speech of Lynceus is followed by the silence of Castor and it cannot prevent the use of force and cruelty. The rhetorical analysis of Lynceus' speech can be considered as a further proof of the unity of the poem.
Year
Volume
48
Issue
1/2
Pages
43-57
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ARTICLE
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  • J. Domany, no address given, contact the journal editor
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Publication order reference
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CEJSH db identifier
05HUAAAA00581479
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