Caesars and Misopogon: A linguistic approach of Flavius Claudius Julianus’ political satires

George Alexandropoulos

Abstract


This study examines the linguistic practice of two political satires(Misopogon or Beard - Hater and Caesars) written by Flavius Claudius Julianthe Emperor. Its purpose is to describe the way that Julian organizes the coherence and intertextuality of his texts and to draw conclusions about the text, the context of the satires and Julian’s political character.

 


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5750/bjll.v1i0.1084

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