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Politics and Poetics in Classical Literature

CX266-30/CX366-30

The module will allow students to investigate the relationship between power and its modes of representation in the Greco-Roman world: how is power represented? What counts as a powerful representation? Is power always political? Was power ever erotic? Personal?

Sources may be studied either through translation or the original texts.

This module is available in 2016/17


Module Convenors: Dr. Victoria Rimell, Dr. David Fearn

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