Discusión entre Anténor y Telamón en Troilus de Alberto Estadense
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Raya, Lourdes
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2017
In this article we aim to show how Albert of Stade in his epic poem Troilus, transforms the not-direct style of Dares, his main inspiration, into direct style. We begin with a short presentation to the author and his work to continue with an analysis of his narrative style taking as an example the dialogue between Telamon and Antenor when the latter embarks on the search of Hesione. We compare this fragment in two other medieval poems who also have Dares as a main source of inspiration, Roman de Troie and De Bello Troiano, pointing out the similarities and differences that they show with Troilus.

    Raya, Lourdes. Discusión entre Anténor y Telamón en Troilus de Alberto Estadense. En: Studia philologica valentina, 1 2017: 149-158
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