Mythistoria,[1] vel fabula Milesia,[2][3] est longum fictionis narrativae opus, usitate oratione soluta, non versibus, conscriptum et liber editum. Nonnulli mythistoriarum scriptores, inter quos Nathaniel Hawthorne,[4] Hermannus Melville,[5] Anna Radcliffe,[6] Ioannes Cowper Powys,[7] romance, vocabulum Anglicum nostra lingua fabulas romanicas sive fabulas romanenses[8] significans, ad suas mythistorias describendas adhibuerunt. Fabula brevis diegema saepe appellatur.

Pagina ex exemplari mythistoriae Apuleii titulo Metamorphoses vel Asinus aureus, fortasse veterrima mythistoria Latine scripta.

Huic generi litterario sunt radices historicae in fabulis mediaevalibus et hodiernis atque in memoriis novellae. Secundum Margaritam Doddy, mythistoriae ipsi est "historia continua lateque patens bina fere milia annorum longinqua,"[9] ex mythistoriis Graecis et Romanis, romantia chivalrica,? ac traditione novellae renascentiae Italicae exorta.[10] Forma antiqua per motum Romanticum saeculo undevicensimo redintegrata est, praecipue in fabulis romanicis historicis Gualteri Scott et in mythistoriis gothicis.[11] Nonnulli eruditi, inter quos M. H. Abrams et Gualterus Scott, arguerunt mythistoriam esse narrationem fictivam quae realisticam status societatis depictionem exhibet, cum fabula romantica ullam narrationem fictam comprehendit quae casus insolitos vel mirabiles vehementius dicit.[12][13][14]

Vocabulo roman, voce Francogallica, olim omnes libri idiomate vulgari (lingua romana) scripti designabantur. Nostris autem temporibus, fabulis singulis (Anglice novel) contrarie, opus maius pedestre significat. Cuius argumentum diversissimum esse potest: de rebus iucundis, gravibus, historicis, socialibus, familiaribus, criminalibus, et ita porro.

NotaeRecensere

  1. Neograecum (Lexicon Morganianum s.v. novel, cum signo interrogationis).
  2. Confer: Thesaurus germanicus latinus "Menge-Güthling"
  3. Ebbe Vilborg, Norstedts svensk-latinska ordbok, s.v. roman; José Juan Del Col, Diccionario auxiliar Español-Latino para el uso moderno del Latín, s.v. novela, etc. Etiam fabula Romancia; vide Petrus Thrams, "De Iohanne Volfgango Goethe," VOX LATINA. Commentarii periodici favore et subsidio Studiorum Universitatis Saravicae comparati. ISSN 0172-5300. Saraviponti., omus 43 (2007), fasc. 167.
  4. Vide The Scarlet Letter: A Romance.
  5. Melville Moby Dick editori Anglico descripsit "a romance of adventure, founded upon certain wild legends in the Southern Sperm Whale Fisheries." Hermanus Melville in Formula:Harvp.
  6. William Harmon et C. Hugh Holmam, A Handbook to Literature (ed. septima), p. 237.
  7. Vide A Glastonbury Romance.
  8. Confer: Thesaurus germanicus latinus "Menge-Güthling"
  9. Anglice "a continuous and comprehensive history of about two thousand years."
  10. Margaret Anne Doody, The True Story of the Novel (Brunsvici Novi Novae Caesareae: Rutgers University Press, 1996, iterum impressus 1997), 1.
  11. J. A. Cuddon, ed. Dictionary of Literary Terms & Literary Theory, ed. quarta, renovata a C. E. Preston (Londinii: Penguin, 1999), 760–62.
  12. M. H. Abrams, A Glossary of Literary Terms (ed. septima), p. 192.
  13. "Essay on Romance," Prose Works, vol. t, p. 129; citatus in "Introduction" ad Gualteri Scott Quentin Durward, ed. Susan Maning (Oxoniae: Oxford University Press, 1992), xxv.
  14. Vide etiam Nathanielis Hawthorne praefatione ad The House of Seven Gables: A Romance (1851).

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