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Critique: Ancient civilization comes alive in The Spear of Longinus.
Rodolfos father, like Longinus, sees the blood of his grandchild and immediately understands its meaning; it is completely believable, a situation that is utterly impossible in the real world of limpieza investigations.
6) Crucially, I am not claiming that Longinus directly influenced Tasso or Sidney or that we can identify direct textual connections between them--neither poet-theorist ever quotes or mentions Longinus--but, rather, that we may identify the diffusion of Longinian thought in literary theory in different ways and in different places.
Others would run after Longinus, with the chase culminating in an event called pugutan (beheading), where the captain of Roman soldiers would be beheaded for spreading the miracle of Jesus' resurrection and for the sake of his newly-gained faith in God.
In the Aristotelian context, imagination did not equal creativity, but Longinus did make this connection.
astonished to find 22 small models for the figure of St Longinus, remarking that most sculptors madeonly one or two models.
Of the five principal sources of the sublime, Longinus considers "the power of forming great conceptions" to be the first and most important (80).
Visiting Roman soldiers Caius and Gaius Flavius Longinus (aka Lance Prince and Gary Rodwell) arrived as centurions armed with shields, javelins and daggers.
Next I turn to the theory of the sublime in Longinus, Burke, and Kant in order to examine the place of violence--and, crucially, what Kant terms "subreption"--in their otherwise differing analyses of sublimity, and thus to frame Shelley's own exploration of the political implications of the violence of the sublime.
The ominous phrase bore fruit when Julius Caesar was assassinated as part of a larger conspiracy involving eight Roman senators, including Gaius Cassius Longinus and Marcus Junius Brutus, on March 15, 44 BC.
Their topics include Longinus and poetic imagination in late Renaissance literary theory, le mervielleux and the sublime in theories on French performing arts 1650-1750, painter Salvator Rosa and the 17th-century sublime, figuring the sublime in English church architecture 1640-1730, and 18th-century architectural experience and the sublime.