Satyricon


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Satyricon

tales of vice and luxury in imperial Rome. [Rom. Lit.: Satyricon]

Satyricon

novel by Petronius depicting social excesses in imperial Rome. [Rom. Lit.: Magill II, 938]
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For, while he was but too ready to accept the position that was almost immediately offered to him on his coming of age, and found, indeed, a subtle pleasure in the thought that he might really become to the London of his own day what to imperial Neronian Rome the author of the Satyricon once had been, yet in his inmost heart he desired to be something more than a mere arbiter elegantiarum, to be consulted on the wearing of a jewel, or the knotting of a necktie, or the conduct of a cane.
Her impressive repertoire includes the leading roles in Bruno Maderna's chamber opera Satyricon, Emilio Scogna's opera Anton, Sciarrino's Perseo e Andromeda and Luca Mosca's Signor Goldoni, among others.
My favourite is from the Satyricon of Petronius (section 50): '[Glass] doesn't stink like bronze, and if it weren't so breakable, I'd prefer it to gold.
He won on Owen Little's Tonnerre Bijou (Members), Nick Tamplin's Satyricon (Adjacent), Nick Tamplin's Arctic Flash (Open) and JH Richards's Larry (Maiden).
One afternoon, he and Carbonell rehearsed a key scene: Their characters have just met and are now out together at the legendary, much-mourned Portland punk club Satyricon.
Whereas Sorrentino's confrontation with Fellini's representation of Rome--and most notably with La dolce vita (1960), Satyricon (1969), and Roma (1972)--has been generally highlighted by criticism, Rosi manages to productively reorient the legacy of Neorealism, through the documentary genre, in order to mirror a disconnected and fragmentary cityscape, paying attention at the same time to peripheral and marginal aspects of city life in the tradition of Pier Paolo Pasolini.
Major organization : FEDERAL STATE CULTURAL INSTITUTION "RUSSIAN STATE THEATRE" SATYRICON "ARKADY RAIKIN"
35) In Memoires nonetheless the Satyricon is the model for a putative work, abandoned in the end, that had a very serious purpose, and that might be taken to indicate high regard on the part of Yourcenar herself:
In Apeluis's Golden Ass and Petronius's Satyricon the main characters are portrayed as being far from having "great souls," as "innocent losers" and their naivety allows them to fall prey to the cunning of the trickster who begins to take center stage in Roman de Renard (in the twelfth or early thirteenth century) and continues to thrive in the writings of Rabelais (the sixteenth century) and Lawrence Sterne (the eighteenth century).
Roadrunner UK's client list includes the likes of Alter Bridge, Satyricon and Lamb Of God and Will admits: "It was a flattering to think to even see us like that.
A prose epistle can be a threshold to such a house, after all, and the subtitle, "Satyricon," recalls satyrs, mixed creatures (30; an appendix notes a possible allusion to Petronius' Satyricon, to which I would add the recently translated Satyre Menippee, a polemic in support of moderate Catholics).
I, estudando a relacao entre a discussao protagonizada por Encolpio e Agamemnon nos primeiros paragrafos conservados do Satyricon de Petronio ([section][section]1-5) em torno dos modelos educativos da juventude e a primeira satira de Juvenal a partir da consideracao de que a invectiva inicial do poema ("Semper ego auditor tantum?