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Su tema gira en torno a Orestes y sus variadas aventuras. De la que, lastimosamente, se sabe muy poco y, hasta se duda de el siglo en el que fue escrita; pero se considero a los siglos VI o VII a. Este poema tuvo mucha popularidad antes, pero lamentablemente ahora ha quedado casi en el olvido.
Y nos hace abrir los ojos sobre lo absurdo de todo esto. Antes de seguir con algunos de los grandes bardos universales, no quisiera dejar pasar datos importantes sobre algunas obras de Homero.
Es por ello q Entre las obras de Horacio tenemos Deja de lado la presencia de las inmortalidades, es decir, no incluye en sus relatos a los dioses. Aborda temas sobre el punto de vista humano, y centra en sus tragedias a personajes femeninos. Hoy nos informaremos acerca de un gran bardo de la Literatura Universal. Si hablamos de un lugar de nacimiento, pues Jump to.
Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. Email or Phone Password Forgot account? See more of RareClick on Facebook. Log In. Forgot account? Not Now. Information about Page Insights Data. His theme revolves around Orestes and his varied adventures.
I leave you here the link of the book, check the link, it also contains biographic data of the author. In addition, he introduced the prologue before the choir entrance and presented three tragedies at a time the famous trilogies The trilogy we talk about and in which the poet highlights his talent is "THE ORESTED".
It is also believed to be a parody of the " Iliad " and " Odyssey ". Of which, unfortunately, very little is known and even doubt the century in which it was written; but it is considered to the th centuries or VII a. Regarding the author of the little known poem, Plato and Aristotle attribute this to Homer; on the other hand unlike these, who strongly believed in the authenticity of the author; there is Plutarch singular figure in the literary landscape of Greece , this esteem that the mythical poet Homer is not the genuine author of "Marguites".
Just as these two different perspectives on the author of the work, there are many, but you cannot reach a clear answer, as the documents we have they are too scarce to rely on them to get to something true. Many historians and literates consider that, " Margites " and " Batracomiomachia ", like the " Iliada " and " Odyssey "; complement each other.
This is almost evident as both have similar features on their pages burlesque characters. Let's talk about the content of the work now: Margites is the protagonist of this whole poem; in which he stands out for the abundant stolidity he possessed; in other words, he was very ignorant and with few air of judgment and sensitivity to what surround him.
He couldn't count beyond five and, given that his foolishness was so wide In one of the fragments it is also told that he didn't know what to do with his wife on the wedding night. These are some of the anecdotes we can rescue from the play. Here are some links from the sources that helped me with the information. I will also leave a book I found, to bring to the synthesis I made of the "Margites".
Margites: El libro desaparecido de Homero. Check the albun. It will help you with regard to burlesque history based on Homer's considered summits works. See More. This poem had a lot of popularity before, but unfortunately now it's almost forgotten. Batracomiomachia is a work that relates the war of frogs and mice, although this sounds a little jocosy, this work is a great ally to know the funny part of this author, but not only that, but also how it is that using the humor Homer goes inside to the inner world of the reader to give him a "beating" of reflection on war issues and how dumb battles are.
The author compares the crazy confrontation of frogs and mice, with "normal" wars between people. And it makes us open our eyes on the absurdity of all this. We must not forget that this parody is based on the "Iliad".
Behold, a synopsis of the work: " It all begins with the encounter of " Hinchacarrillos " king of frogs and " Hurtamigas " king of mice. The king of frogs was crossing the lake carrying the mouse on his back, but suddenly from the lake emerged a water snake that inevitably caused the death of the mouse.
The frog obviously survived. Another mouse who noticed what had happened informed everyone the alarming situation he had seen take place before his eyes. It was so that the mice as a sign of revenge started a battle against frogs Good morning. Before I continue with some of the great universal bards, I wouldn't want to pass up important facts about some Homer's works. It is clear that " Batracomiomachia ", " El Margites ", " La Tebaida " and " Los Epigonos ", are not so famous works of this poet, for that same reason is that they are not as named as in the case of the " Iliada " and " La Odyssey "; without clutch, I consider that these almost excluded jewelry should not be missed from literary culture.
That's why I'll be trying to recap the exploits described in these, so they give them a reach of what Homer also embodied. Put aside the presence of immortalities, that is, it does not include the gods in their accounts. It addresses topics about human viewpoint, and focuses on her tragedies to female characters. Today we will learn about a great bard of Universal Literature.
It is more than clear that although we do not have strong literary information bases, we have heard of it 'obligao'. Let's start with your biographic data: The data you have about your life is very insecure, even doubted its existence. If we talk about a place of birth, then Then we understand that "Homer" would be his nickname, and this has been interpreted in several ways.
Many are guided by their Greek etymology and deduce that it means " blind " or " the one who doesn't see ", also perhaps it can mean " hostage ", as " Homers " in Greek means " retained ".
Anyway, if he had been blind, the safest and logical thing, is that he was not born, otherwise it would not be possible to explain the creation of his colossal works. Among his best known works we have: " La iliada " and " La Odyssey ", these were not only great works in those days, but also came to be considered didactic, as Homer embedded within them geographic information very sufficient. Have a nice day. I was thinking we could start talking about literature. I will be sharing with you about it and trying to make the information you receive enjoyable, intelligent and brief.
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