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dc.contributor.authorAgapitos, Panagiotis A.en
dc.creatorAgapitos, Panagiotis A.en
dc.description.abstractThis debate focuses on a group of anonymous Byzantine romances written in fifteen-syllable verse and in the vernacular idiom sometime between the thirteenth and the fifteenth centuries. The point of departure is a report written by Panagiotis Agapitos of the University of Cyprus. After a critical look at earlier research on this neglected genre, he presents the principal texts and other related textual material. The three main sections of the report are devoted to genre, structure and poetics, while the conclusion summarizes the report's main propositions.We have asked a number of international experts in the field to comment on these propositions, and Professor Agapitos to reply to their comments. A common bibliographical list concludes the debate. Further comments from other scholars are invited. ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]en
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dc.sourceSymbolae Osloensesen
dc.subjectNICOSIA (Cyprus)en
dc.subjectBYZANTINE aestheticsen
dc.subjectBYZANTINE literatureen
dc.subjectBYZANTINE romancesen
dc.subjectUNIVERSITY of Cyprus (Nicosia, Cyprus)en
dc.titleSo Debate Genre, structure and poetics in the Byzantine vernacular romances of loveen
dc.description.endingpage101Φιλοσοφική Σχολή / Faculty of Lettersμήμα Βυζαντινών και Νεοελληνικών Σπουδών / Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
dc.contributor.orcidAgapitos, Panagiotis A. [0000-0002-3438-3762]

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