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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2016.tde-15032016-154636
Document
Author
Full name
Tiago Bentivoglio da Silva
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Correa, Paula da Cunha (President)
Macedo, José Marcos Mariani de
Sens, Alexander
Title in Portuguese
Tradução e comentário à 13ª Olímpica de Píndaro
Keywords in Portuguese
Epinício
Mélica coral
Olímpicas
Píndaro
Poesia grega
Abstract in Portuguese
O objetivo deste trabalho é apresentar uma tradução e um comentário textual à 13ª Olímpica de Píndaro, com base nas mais recentes edições e trabalhos críticos acerca do poeta e do gênero desse poema, o epinício. Também foi composto um ensaio interpretativo que tenta abarcar os temas mais importantes da ode e relacioná-los com o todo da obra de Píndaro. As imagens do poema desenvolvem a contraposição entre medida e excesso, representada tanto nas referências mitológicas (Têmis e as Horas contra a Soberba e Insolência; Belerofonte encilhando Pégaso) quanto nas reflexões da primeira pessoa (que não deve exceder-se no elogio para não errar o alvo, assim como um arqueiro disparando suas flechas; nem deve tentar relatar todas as vitórias da família, pois são tão numerosas quanto os grãos de areia etc.). Em anexo, há a tradução dos escólios relativos a essa ode para permitir a consulta direta a essa fonte, que não se acha traduzida.
Title in English
Translations and commentary to Pindar's Olympian 13th
Keywords in English
Choral melic
Epinician
Greek poetry
Olympics Odes
Pindar
Abstract in English
The objective of this study is to present a translation and a textual commentary of Pindar's Olympian 13, based on the most recent editions and critical works about the poet and the genre of this poem, the epinician. An interpretative essay was composed in order to cover the most important themes of this ode and articulate them with Pindar's other works. The poetical imagens of the poem develop the central theme, the opposition between measure and excess, represented by the mithological references (Themis and the Hours against the Excess and the Satiety; Bellerophon taming Pegasus etc.) and by the first-person's reflections on the laudatory art (the first-person should not exceed in praise in order to not miss the target, as an archer with his arrows; nor should try to enumerate all the victories of this family, for they are greater than the grains of sand from the sea). There is a translation of the scholia to this ode attached, allowing direct consultation, once there is no other version of this text.
 
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Publishing Date
2016-03-15
 
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