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An Ancient Forerunner of Eugenio Coseriu regarding the Collage Technique: (Pseudo) Hermogenes of Tarsus [Pages]

Publication: Analele Universității „Ovidius” din Constanța. Seria Filologie, XXIV (1), p. 27-40
Publisher:Ovidius University Press
Abstract:Our paper also brings forward an ancient but (most probably) forgotten distinction of the rhetor (Pseudo)Hermogenes, referring to the insertion of the quotation (in verse) into a certain discourse. Surprisingly enough, the terms used by (Pseudo)Hermogenes are very much alike to those used by Coseriu for a similar distinction concerning the usage of RDU (= “repeated discourse units”) within a text. With Coseriu, we come across the collage technique (when RDU are taken in a text as such), as well as parodic imitation (when RDU are modified for various reasons, in order to fit the new context), while with (Pseudo)Hermogenes we discover the introduction of the quotation (in verse) by katà kóllesin (literally, ‘by gluing’, identical to the collage technique) and also by katà paroidían (similar to the parodic imitation above mentioned). Furthermore, we tried, at the same time, to illustrate the principle of tradition, so much recommended by Coseriu in the research field.
Key words:(Pseudo)Hermogenes, Eugenio Coseriu, the collage technique, parodic imitation
Language: English

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