História e ficção no romance grego e o caso de Siracusa em Quéreas e Calírroe, de Cáriton de Afrodísias

Lucia Sano

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Resumo: Este artigo trata da natureza essencialmente mimética do romance grego, investigando como exemplo os usos da historiografia no gênero e, em particular, o caso de Siracusa em Quéreas e Calírrroe, de Cáriton de Afrodísias (século I d.C.), possivelmente o primeiro exemplar do gênero e referência primordial para os demais romancistas gregos. Cáriton parte de um dos episódios mais conhecidos da historiografia antiga (a derrota dos atenienses em Siracusa em 415 a.C.), explorando o conhecimento lacunar de seus leitores a respeito dos personagens nela envolvidos para escrever uma obra fictícia e de temática amorosa que busca, contudo, de alguma forma inscrever-se dentro das limitações impostas pela tradição historiográfica.

Palavras-chave: Romance grego, historiografia, Cáriton de Afrodísias, Quéreas e Calírroe.

 

Abstract: This paper is focused on the essentially mimetic nature of the Greek novel, investigating the uses of historiography in the genre and in particular the case of the representation of Syracuse in Chariton of Aphrodisias' Chaereas and Callirhoe (first century CE), arguably the first exemplar of the genre and a primordial reference for the other Greek novelists. Chariton begins from one of the best known episodes of the Greek historiography (the defeat of the Athenians in Syracuse in 415 BCE), exploring the lacunar knowledge of his readers to write an erotic work of fiction that tries, nevertheless, to comply with the constraints imposed by the historiographic tradition.

Key-Words: Greek novel, historiography, Chariton of Aphrodisias, Chaereas and Callirhoe.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.19134/eutomia-v1i15p69-91




DOI: https://doi.org/10.19134/eutomia-v1i15p69-91

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