Learning outcomes of the course unit
the student will acquire well-rounded knowledge regarding linguistic and exegetical abilities; he/she will develop the skill required to develop scientific researches.
First step is that candidates should have passed the examination of Greek Literature I (10 cfu) or two examinations (5+5 cfu) of Greek Literature; good knowledge of Greek language and literature is recommended prerequisite for the course.
Course contents summary
A) linguistic, stylistic, philological and literary analysis. B) 1) Archilochus, Hipponax, Mimnermus, Sappho, Alcaeus, Ibycus; 2) additional critical essay assigned during the course.
A) e B) 1) E. Degani-G. Burzacchini, Lirici greci. Antologia, nuova ed. con aggiorn. bibl. a c. di M. Magnani, Bologna (Pàtron) 2005 [Firenze (La Nuova Italia) 1977]; 2) students will be provided with a specific list during the course.
The teaching method in use is appropriate to the specific needs of the subject which requires the communication of the main course content through classes; discussion with the student about textual problems; seminars. The final examination will include an oral exam to ascertain familiarity with course material.