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The Emotions of Reading

from Part I - Love for the Written Word

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  07 September 2018

Teresa Shawcross
Affiliation:
Princeton University, New Jersey
Ida Toth
Affiliation:
University of Oxford
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The key primary sources are: Follieri, E., ed., ‘Giovanni Mauropode metropolita di Euchaita, Otto canoni paracletici a N. S. Gesù Cristo’, Archivio italiano per la storia della pietà, 5 (1967), 1200; P. de Lagarde and J. Bollig, eds., Iohannis Euchaitorum Metropolitae quae in Codice Vaticano Graeco 676 supersunt (Göttingen, 1882). Important studies include: F. Bernard, ‘The Circulation of Poetry in 11th-century Byzantium’ in S. Neocleous, ed., Sailing to Byzantium: Papers from the First and Second Postgraduate Forums in Byzantine Studies (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 2009), 145–60 and F. Bernard, Writing and Reading Byzantine Secular Poetry, 1025–1081 (Oxford, 2014); also F. Bernard and K. Demoen, eds., Poetry and Its Contexts in Eleventh-century Byzantium (Farnham, 2012).Google Scholar
Important sources are: Laurent, V., ed., Syropoulos. Les ‘Mémoires’ du Grand Ecclésiarque de l’Église de Constantinople, Sylvestre Syropoulos, sur le concile de Florence (1438–1439) (Paris, 1971); L. Petit, K.A. Sideridès and M. Jugie, eds., Oeuvres complètes de Georges Scholarios, 8 vols. (Paris, 1928–35). Key studies include: M.- H. Blanchet, Georges-Gennadios Scholarios (vers 1400-vers 1472): Un intellectuel Orthodoxe face à la disparition de l’empire byzantin (Paris, 2008); M. Hinterberger, Autobiographische Traditionen in Byzanz (Vienna, 1999); and C. Livanos, Greek Tradition and Latin Influence in the work of George Scholarios (Piscataway, NJ, 2006).Google Scholar

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