Aglae Pizzone (Ed.), „The Author in Middle Byzantine Literature: Modes, Functions, and Identities‟ (2014)

SONIA FRANCISETTI BROLIN (The Sapienza University of Rome)

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Über das Buch:    De Gruyter schreibt: „Author and authorship have become increasingly important concepts in Byzantine literary studies. This volume provides the first comprehensive survey on strategies of authorship in Middle Byzantine literature and investigates the interaction between self-presentation and cultural production in a wide array of genres, providing new insights into how Byzantine intellectuals conceived of their own work and pursuits.‟


Über die Autorin:   Sonia Francisetti Brolin, graduated at the University of Turin, defended her PhD Thesis at the Sapienza University of Rome in 2016. Her researches are focused on Greek and Roman tragedy, with particular attention to Euripides’ and Accius’ fragmentary plays. She uses a comparative method in order to underline how Greek works and Roman dramas are both similar and different.