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A parallel perspective occurs in Plato’s Symposium, in which Socrates explains the true nature of Eros. ”8 Knowledge of good and evil and the Platonic ideal are two sides of the same coin. In Daphnis and Chloe, Longus is not quite this philosophical, but the concept that carnal knowledge leads to self-awareness and to a meaningful and happy life is the culmination point of his story. 1. I quote Longus in the translation by Christopher Gill in Reardon 1989, 285–348; quotations at 324. 16–17. Sir James G.
In an earlier scene he had comforted Betty by applying make-up to her face to allow her to appear in black and white after she has turned into color so that she might save face in front of her husband and the town’s mayor, both blackand-white reactionaries. 114–131). 7–11) was modeled on Persian gardens; cf. 13–14. For the wider context see Moynihan 1979. Cf. further the Greek and Roman tradition of idyllic, bucolic, and erotic poetry and, in Rome, that of the laudes Italiae. 116–117, with which cf.
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