In contrasting Origen and the rest of the Christian exegetical tradition prior to the advent of the historical-critical method to the allegorizations
of pagan Greeks and even Philo, de Lubac shows that Christian reflection on the entrance of God into history in Jesus Christ provides the beginning of true historical consciousness.
Medieval knowledge of classical mythology relied on Ovid's Metamorphoses as well as on collections of myths by mythographers and on later allegorizations
of the Ovidian poem.
20) Through various allegorizations
More recent, more self-conscious allegorizations
have made use of the poem to describe the workings and developments of Tennyson's poetry, and of Victorian poetry more generally; see Gerhard Joseph, Tennyson and the Text: The Weaver's Shuttle (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ.
In this wide-ranging study Craig Kallendorf has taken an approach quite different from his earlier work on Virgil's fortuna, which focused on humanistic allegorizations
of the Aeneid and on its use by humanist authors for purposes of mimesis and exemplarity.
In returning to Emare's cloth, I want to resist the allegorizations
that would reduce the object to a single, unified meaning.
Yet, for all that, there is much that is of interest in Cestaro's use of the tradition of Neoplatonic allegorizations
of the Aeneid to read the allusion in Inferno xxvi to Caieta in terms of the notion in 'classical educational theory' that the nurse's body must be rejected on the journey towards 'whole speech and adult selfhood' (p.
The paintings - with their ham-fisted clarity, their relish for pattern and costume, their goofy hieratics and allegorizations
, in those hip housepaint colors - hit me in the solar plexus.
As Schonhorn points out, the detour in book twelve is about repetition, though what is repeated with the shape of the narrative is the binary framework of post-1688 historical discourse, a framework that evokes the antithetical allegorizations
it has received.
24 See the discussion in Clunies Ross, Skaldskaparamal (note 22), on the term nygervingar, literally "novelty" or "neologism," but in certain contexts explicitly concerned with allegorizations
of body parts (see esp.
While all aspects of the Orpheus myth and its implications, as well as its later medieval and Renaissance allegorizations
, are subjected to close scrutiny, the Jungian interpretation espoused by Robert Donington in The Rise of Opera (1981) is conspicuously absent.
Whether such an unorthodox order was used in manuscripts of Langland's day must be left to conjecture, though to my knowledge, no extant manuscripts interrupt plot summaries with allegorizations