The epic character of spondaic verses in Juvenal

Název: The epic character of spondaic verses in Juvenal
Zdrojový dokument: Graeco-Latina Brunensia. 2013, roč. 18, č. 1, s. [39]-56
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    1803-7402 (print)
    2336-4424 (online)
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The atypical rhythm of the versus spondiacus was used by some Greek and Latin poets to draw attention of the readers. Juvenal makes use of spondeiazon 34 times which puts him in the top three of Roman poets applying this metre in their poetry. The aim to this paper is to answer the question whether Juvenal makes use of the spondaic verse due to specific reasons, and, if so, in what manner these reasons are connected to the author's poetical intentions concerning epic as genre.
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