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Most scholars suppose that it took Seneca approximately two years from 62 and 64 to write the letters; others, instead, are willing to believe that he wrote the whole corpus in just one year, or suggest that the correspondence ljcilio as an occasional exchange already before the retirement Mazzoli a, ; Grimal; Op het Veld An epistle is often divided into three sections Russell; Mazzoli ; Hachmann Log In Sign Up.

Translations of the tragedies influenced English dramatists such as Jonson see Vol. Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email you a reset link. Summers, London-New York 1 ; Thraede Seneca’s grisly tragedies fascinated the Renaissance and have been successfully performed in recent years. Von Albrecht, Wort und Wandlung.

The main purpose is to educate the addressee and therefore the reader to moral perfection see e. Nevertheless, there is no steady increase in length. Russell, Ee to Lucilius, in C. Conradie, Seneca in his Cultural and Literary Context: Reynolds, Oxonii [this is the most important critical edition]; Richardson-Hay Evidently, the length as well cartad the topics of letters are determined by the particular occasion for writing, rather than by a planned progression or even a change of authorial intention: Remember me on this computer.

Anneo Seneca, Lettere a Lucilio, libro primo epp.

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He was recalled by the Empress Agrippina to become the tutor of her son, the young Nero. The letters begin with a short story about Seneca himself, or Lucilius, or rarely a friend of theirs. Moreover, it is interesting to note that Lucilius could be regarded as a miniature version of Seneca: Lucilius is also an example of how a non-philosopher can be gradually guided towards virtue.


Such a structure also motivates us to re-read the text in order to find the philosophical implications hidden in the initial anecdote. Other scholars, however, have proposed different schemes of correspondences: Seneca tells us how not to fear it, how to reach it peacefully see e.

The most important work about this topic is still Traina ; see also Summersxlii-xcv; Cancik Wildberger, Seneca und die Stoa. Scarpat, La lettera 65 di Seneca, Brescia 1 ; Scarpat The issues concerning the addressee of EM are linked to the even more complex question of the nature of the work itself, i. Ein Kommentar zu Senecas After these general observations, we can propose some particular considerations on defined groups or single relevant letters in order to give a — far from exhaustive – idea of the variety of contents, with particular regard to philosophical topics.

Educated in rhetoric and philosophy in Rome, he found the Stoic doctrine especially compatible. Moreover, letter 91 tells about the fire of Lyon; letter deals with night-birds; every letter is different and every one of them worth considering for its own sake. Seneca retired as much as possible from public life and devoted himself to philosophy, writing many treatises at this time.

No wonder if Seneca, given such a conception of the world, so often recurs to the image and metaphor of theatre to express such a mirror effect a famous example in this regard is EM Addressee Lucilius Iunior, known to us only through Senecan texts, is the addressee of the EM, Naturales Quaestiones and De providentia, but only in the EM and in the praefatio to the book 4a of the Naturales Quaestiones can we find some information about him.

Translations of the tragedies influenced English dramatists such as Jonson see Vol. The longest letters, however, occur in book 15 and not in the last book 20while letter in book 16 has only five paragraphs, and letter only eight. Educated in rhetoric and philosophy in Rome, he found the Stoic doctrine especially compatible. Marino, Palermo; Maurach Account Options Sign in.

Aldo Setaioli ; see also Cugusi, following previous studies, argues convincingly that the letters form a unitary corpus, handed down in the original chronological order, as demonstrated by some internal references e.


Many letters begin with a humorous story and are full of ironic images and expressions. As a rule, the letters in the first books are shorter than those in later books, and the philosophical questions especially those concerning tenets of Stoicism are more frequent in the second part, after letter Another characteristic of Senecan style is irony.

The three sections are sometimes linked by explicit transitional remarks e.

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On the other hand, this lack continues to raise questions for scholars. Op het Veld, Quem putas perisse praemissus est. His father, Zeneca Annaeus Seneca see Vol. Juventud- Literary Criticism – pages. Seneca was born in Spain of a wealthy Italian family.

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Berno, Bologna; Blankert Death, otium, virtue and vices we find also in other works of Seneca, in particular some of the Dialogues, especially the De providentia, the De brevitate vitae and the De Otio the unknown relative chronology makes it impossible to establish their precise relationshipbut the difference of literary genres implies also different contents: Annaeus Seneca, Epistulae morales, Brief In this way, the reader is gradually involved by the author, who at first puts the reader on the same footing as himself senecwand then talks about general questions, confining the presence of the reader to some objections to the argumentation, while at the end he re-establishes the hierarchical relationship between teacher and pupil tuby telling Lucilius what he has to do.

The scarcity of personal and biographical references helps to provide a universal message that is easily intelligible to any reader, without devaluing the authentic, intimate friendship with Lucilius, of which Seneca meant to show only what he considered useful to enhance our moral sense.

Actually, luciilo is maybe the main theme of the EM: We always observe that the negative pole of an alternative is given much more space than the positive one.