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Regarding Penelope

Felson-Rubin, Nancy

Editore: Princeton University Press, 1994
ISBN 10: 0691032289 / ISBN 13: 9780691032283
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Titolo: Regarding Penelope

Casa editrice: Princeton University Press

Data di pubblicazione: 1994

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Riassunto: A coy tease, enchantress, adulteress, irresponsible mother, hard-hearted wife - such are the possible images of Penelope that Homer playfully presents to listeners and readers of the "Odyssey", and that his narration ultimately contradicts or fails to confirm. In "Regarding Penelope", Nancy Felson-Rubin explores the relationship between Homer's construction of Penelope and his more general approach to poetic production and reception. Felson-Rubin begins by considering Penelope as an object of male gazes (those of Telemachus, Odysseus, the suitors, and Agamemnon's ghost) and as a subject acting from her own desire. Focusing on how the audience might try to predict Penelope's fate when confronted with the different ways the male try to predict Penelope's fate when confronted with the different ways the male characters envision her, she develops the notion of "possible plots" as structures in the poem that initiate the plots Penelope actually plays out. She then argues that Homer's manipulation of Penelope's character maintains the narrative fluidity and the dynamics of the "Odyssey", and she reveals how the oral performance of the poem teases and captivates its audience in the same way Penelope and Odysseus entrap each other in their courtship dance. Homer, Felson-Rubin further explains, exploits the similarities between the poetic and erotic domains, often using similar terminology to describe them.

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