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Antične korenine modernega avtorskega koncepta
Dović, Marijan (Author)

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Abstract
Sodobna teoretska razpravljanja o smrti in morebitnem ponovnem vstajenju avtorja (od strukturalizma in psihoanalize do feminizma in postkolonialnih študij) večinoma merijo na model romantičnega avtorja kot iz sebe ustvarjajočega, originalnega genija (E. Young) in skritega zakonodajalca sveta (P. Shelley). Ni dvoma, da je ta model v temelju zaznamoval moderne evropske literature vse do 20. stoletja, ko ga je (literarna) teorija temeljito vzela v precep. Pri tem se je izkazalo, da so njegove korenine večplastne in vsaj deloma segajo k antični filozofiji in literaturi. Razprava skuša z revizijo filozofskih diskusij o avtorstvu (od Platona do Longinusa) in nekaterih grških in rimskih pesniških besedil (od Hezioda do Ovidija) raziskati, koliko in na kakšen način so poznejše izpeljave odvisne od antičnih. Poleg tega skuša ugotoviti, ali je razvoj modernega avtorja primerno pojasnjevati z linearno shemo, ki se razteza od na pol anonimnega rapsoda do samozaverovanega romantičnega genija. Predvsem za Ovidijevo ljubezensko liriko je značilna nenavadno visoka stopnja avtorske zavesti in igrive prisotnosti v tekstu, ki poenostavljeno razumevanje razvoja avtorskega koncepta v zgodovini zahodnih literatur postavlja pod vprašaj.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:literarna teorija, antična estetika, starogrška književnost, rimska književnost, avtor, avtorstvo
Work type:Not categorized (r6)
Tipology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Year:2009
Publisher:Slovensko društvo za primerjalno književnost
Number of pages:Str. 63-75 + 225-237
Numbering:32, posebna številka
UDC:82.0:808.1
ISSN on article:0351-1189
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Title:Avtor: kdo ali kaj piše literaturo?
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Title:Primerjalna književnost
Shortened title:Primer. književ.
Publisher:Slovensko društvo za primerjalno književnost
ISSN:0351-1189
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Classical roots of the modern authorial concept
Abstract:
Contemporary theoretical debate on the "death" and eventual "resurrection" of the author (from structuralism and psychoanalysis to feminism and postcolonialstudies) mostly refers to the model of the "romantic" author as anoriginal genius, creating from the inner-self (E. Young), the unacknowledged "legislator of the world" (P. Shelley). It is evident that this model profoundly determined modern European literatures until the 20th century, when (literary) theory began to scrutinize it thoroughly and question it in different ways. The roots of such understanding are heterogeneous and partly extend to classical philosophy and literature. This paper will try to revise philosophical discussions on authorship (from Plato to Longinus) and certain aspects of Greek and Roman poetry (from Hesiod to Ovid) to explore how much and in what ways later views on authorship are indebted to antiquity. It will also try to ascertain whether it is adequate to explain the development of the modern authorial concept by means of a linear scheme stretching from semi-anonymous rhapsodist to self-confident Romantic genius. Especially in Ovid's love poetry one can find a surprisingly high degree of authorial awareness and playful presence in the text, which can challenge any simplified linear understanding of the authorial concept in the history of Western literatures.

Keywords:literary theory, ancient aesthetics, Greek literature, Latin literature, author, authorship

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