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De Rerum Carmine

  • Bielsa Mialet, Pau, (aut.)
  • Documenta Universitaria
  • 1ª ed., 1ª imp.(17/03/2006)
  • 102 pages; 24x16 cm
  • Langue: Catal├ín
  • ISBN: 8493482366 ISBN-13: 9788493482367
  • Encadrement: Rústica
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For those familiar with fictional works on hidden meanings in Renaissance and Antiquity works of art, this should not surprise: it is the same but underpinned by scientific rules. Certainly, it is not difficult to show how, paying attention to all techniques of enigmistics, any text written in any language is capable to contain another shorter and more personal text, and that was common law amongst the classics. We make the effort to group together the syllables that are repeated in a line, in two, in a paragraph: because of personal strength, the syllables to which we have been more used to since childhood must be repeated. And it is obvious that since infancy we learn the language by syllables and not by phonemes. Ancient societies already knew it, and the only thing they did was make an effort to polish, so that the repeated syllables wouldn?t merely repeat what they had already said, but what the author wanted them to say.From the construction of a classical work comes the second thesis, more worthy for what it silences than for what it positively says. Certainly, there are enough clear traces that show Roman authors give values to words in an arbitrary but exact way through a complex correlation of significances, and that these words talk about their most daily reality. I have started to decode what is behind Manili"s 'Stars' and it would appear that Virgil?s work also includes it. \n



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