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, and he collided with Sienna’s back as the Trike skidded to a stop in the middle of the Viale Machiavelli. Langdon reeled, still thinking about the gates of hell looming before him. As he regained his bearings, he saw where he was. “What’s going on?” he demanded. ← 19 | 20 → ‘Sienna pointed three hundred yards ahead to the Porta Romana – the ancient stone gateway that served as the entrance to old Florence. “Robert, we’ve got a problem.”’ 1 Introduction The foregoing account is in fact an extended quotation from Dan Brown’s 2013 thriller novel Inferno

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previously mentioned. Outraged and worried about the human rights violations and concerned about some of my friends and (ex)lovers who lived in Russia at that time, I searched for an opportunity to express my solidarity with the persecuted and oppressed. Yet, analyzing the strong interest in and public support of Russian feminists (ibid.) and the LGBTIQ+ community (Wiedlack 2017; Neufeld & Wiedlack 2018) from U.S.-American and Austrian activists, journalists, and other public figures, I came to the conclusion that these well-meaning efforts perpetuated notions of Western

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: Podrumi Marcipana. Čitanje Bore Ćosića. Belgrad 2006, 9). 189   Zur Einführung in das (frühe) Werk von Ugrešić vgl. Celia Hawkesworth: Dubravka Ugrešić. The Insider’s Story, in: The Slavonic and East European Review 68/3 (1990), 436–446. Untersucht werden Poza za prozu (1978), Štefica Cvek u raljama života (1981), Život je bajka (1983) und Forsiranje romana reke (1988). 190   Auf diejenigen Forschungsbeiträge, die sich intensiv und mit Bezug auf für meine Analyse wichtige Fragestellungen mit Muzej bezuvjetne predaje beschäftigen, gehe ich ausführlich in

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destierro, la huida, la fuga de los cimarrones, el exilio de los siervos y el de los esclavos. Mientras que la deportación es un desplazamiento individual o colectivo dirigido por un vencedor, el destierro es la condena que obliga a una persona a abandonar su país prohibiéndole el regreso, por ejemplo, la expulsión del Paraíso de Adán y Eva. La huida es el alejamiento de un individuo que decide marcharse de su país presionado por determinados acontecimientos. En América, algunos esclavos se escapaban para vivir en libertad pero frecuentemente esta evasión estaba

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←59 |  60→ Latein der ersten Jahrhunderte nach Christus als Medien der Übersetzung von Kulturen beschreibend, führt er aus: Translatio is a word of the lingua franca of the Roman Empire, which was itself a large system of translation of cultures […]. But when the Roman Empire was no longer an empire of Rome, […] when Romania slowly replaced Rome, then Latin as the lingua franca began to merge with local languages and dialects and to transform itself into lingua romana, which was only a common denominator for a multitude of local differences. […] Latin got a new

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stereotypical or conventional forms – it could not have been otherwise). Thus, by assuming various guises, references to the labyrinth appear among writers creating in many languages and representing different currents and styles, including the greatest: Mann, Joyce, and Borges. Still, there are two literary currents in which labyrinth-related themes perform an unusually profound role, becoming their trademark: Latin American prose, and the nouveau roman . The former term is rather imprecise and general. Those who contribute to Latin American literature or have remained

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documentazioone sull’antichità classica, Atti VIII (1976/77): Studi vari di storia greca, ellenistica e romana, Mailand 1977, S. 43–69. Deger-Jalkotzy (1991) | Deger-Jalkotzy, S., Die Erforschung der sogennanten mykenischen Kultur und der sogenannten dunklen Jahrhunderte, in: Latacz, J. (Hg.), Zweihundert Jahre Homer-Forschung [2. Colloquium Rauricum, 16. bis 19. August 1989], Stuttgart 1991, S. 127–154. Demangel (1933) | Demangel, Robert, La frise ionique, Paris 1933. ← 291 | 292 → Demesticha (2013) | Demesticha, S., Das „Wrack von Mazotos“ auf Zypern – Eine neue

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Neagoe Basarab – Princeps Christianus | 341 → 8. Bibliografie 8.1 Abkürzungen ABR = American Benedictine Review ARG = Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte ASP = Archiv für slavische Philologie BbFb = Nicolae Iorga (Hg.), Scrisori de boieri, scrisori de domni [Bojarenbriefe, Fürstenbriefe], V ă lenii-de-Munte 1931 BMGS = Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies BZ = Byzantinische Zeitschrift CIC = Corpus iuris civilis, Bd. I. Institutiones/Digesta , hrsg. von P. Krueger/Th. Mommsen, Hildesheim 25 1993; Bd. 3, Novellae, hrsg. von R. Schöll/G. Knoll, Berlin 6 1954 DGR II

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biographical epigrams often begin with an admission of ignorance, for example Vita Romana: “To assert outright that Homer’s origins or city were such and such, I consider difficult or rather impossible”.7 The first mention of Homer’s name may be datable perhaps to the mid-seventh century with the poet Callinus,8 or more certainly with Xenophanes9 (last third of the sixth century), followed by Heraclitus (c. 500 BCE)10 and Simonides (born c. 556 BCE).11 It coincides with the emergence of a new interest in poetic creation and the author’s personality. This, it seems

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. Copley, Frank O. 1947. “Servitium amoris in the Roman Elegists.” TAPA 78: 285–300. ———. 1956. Exclusus Amator: A Study in Latin Love Poetry. Madison: American Philological Association. Corbeill, Anthony. 2005. “The Topography of Fides in Propertius 1.16.” In Batstone, William and Garth Tissol, eds. Defining Gender and Genre in Latin Literature. New York: Peter Lang. 79– 95. Cottingham, John, Stoothoff, Robert. & Dugald Murdoch, eds. 1984. The Philosophical Writings of Descartes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Crary, Jonathan. 1990. Techniques of the