Dandin


Also found in: Wikipedia.

Dandin

 

(Dates of birth and death unknown.) Ancient Indian author and theoretician of literature of the sixth and seventh centuries.

Dandin was the author of The Mirror of Poetry, a treatise on the theory of literature, and the novel Adventures of the Ten Princes, which is genetically connected with the fairytale epos of Gunadhya’s Brhatkatha. The novel Story About the Beauty From Avanti is attributed to Dandin. As a theoretician Dandin developed a theory of tropes and also worked out a theory of style. His concepts influenced the further development of the theory of literature and poetics in India, including the study of alankaras and the theory of dhvani.

WORKS

In Russian translation:
Prikliucheniia desiati printsev
. Moscow, 1964.

REFERENCES

Ritter, P. G. “Dandin i ego roman ‘Pokhozhdeniia desiati iunoshei.’ ” Zap. Khar’kovskogo un-ta. 1898, issue 2.
Serebriakov, 1. D. Ocherki drevneindiiskoi literatury. Moscow, 1971.
De, S.K. History of Sanskrit Literature. Calcutta, 1947. Pages 207–16.
Ruben, W. Die Erlehnisse der zehn Prinzen: Eine Erzahlung Dandins. Berlin. 1952.

I. D. SFRFBRIAKOV

References in classic literature ?
I will just add, however, that Georges Dandin might have existed exactly as Moliere presented him, and probably does exist now and then, though rarely; and so I will end this scientific examination, which is beginning to look like a newspaper criticism.
Tu l'as voulu, George Dandin,' that's all we have to say about it
The most touching moment was when Principal Administration Prof Shridhar Dandin and Principal Academics Dr Lovendra Solanki handed over a decade of celebrations memento to Founder Director Dr PS Bhatnagar who also happens to be an alumnus of BITS Pilani.
Other Buddhist sources on the unlucky man Dandin include, for instance, the Adarsamukhajataka written by Haribhatta before 445 c.
Ajanta: History and Development; Volume 7: Bagh, Dandin, Cells and Cell Doorways
Tugba Palabas Tapkin (1), Onur Osman (2), Tuncer Ergin (3), Uygar Teomete (4), Ozgur Dandin (5), Nizamettin Aydin (6)
Deniz Tihan (1,2) *, Tolga Totoz (3), Merve Tokocin (4), Gulcin Ercan (4), Tugba Koc Calikoglu (3), Talar Vartanoglu (4), Fatih Celebi (4), Ozgur Dandin (5), Ilker Mustafa Kafa (2)
This particular type of apahnuti was classified by Dandin as a svarupapahnuti, 'a denial of essential nature'.
Emir Eroler [1], Ugur Duman [1], Deniz Necdet Tihan [1], Emrah Mehmet Bayam [1], Evren Dilektasli [1], Kazim Senol [1], Ozgur Dandin [2]
beaucoup moins que] George Dandin [beaucoup plus grand que], la piece en tournee, dans le cadre de la saison culturelle France-Maroc 2015 de l'institut francais au Maroc, promet des surprises.
El matiz local es notorio en Il mercato de Malmantile, que se conocio como La Feria de Monfregoso (en otra version, de Valdemoro); Le bourru fienfaisant pasara a ser El tio don Pedro, e incluso Georges Dandin, de Moliere, se convierte en Gutibambas y Mucibarrenas.
Soto B, Rodrigo L, Dandin M, Joun of internal medicine 1992;236(5):515-579