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The Art of Love and Love of Art in Longus

Mark J. Edwards
L'Antiquité Classique
T. 66 (1997), pp. 239-248
Published by: Antiquité Classique
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41659307
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Abstract

Dans les Pastotrales qu'on attribue à Longus, les hommes se montrent plus puissants que les dieux, et les amants se trouvent plus sages que les sophistes. Daphnis, poète et rustique amoureux, ne souffre les calamités ni de Philétas, l'artiste sans passion, ni de Pan, le ravisseur sans finesse. Mais que faut-il donc dire de l'auteur lui-même, qui n'oserait jamais faire partie du monde qu'il a créé?

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