From Enargeia to Immersion: The Ancient Roots of a Modern Concept, Style 51.1, 2017
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From Enargeia to Immersion:
The Ancient Roots of a Modern Concept, Style 51.1, 2017

Corrections on the text:

Page 37, reference to "de Jonge 27, 2": the correct reference is: Longinus, On the Sublime 27.2.

Corrections on the notes (page 47):

Page 47 note 1: this note should include a reference to Ryan 2015 (see below). Page 47 note 2: "Usher 7, 1–2." The correct reference is: Dionysius of Halicarnassus, On Lysias 7.1–2.

Page 47 note 4: "Usher 7, 1–2." The correct reference is: Dionysius of Halicarnassus, On Lysias 7.1–2.

Page 47 note 5: "de Jonge 26, 1–3." The correct reference is: Longinus, On the Sublime 26.1–3.

Page 47 note 6: "Ibid. 26, 1." The correct reference is: Longinus On the Sublime 26.1.

Page 47 note 7: this note should include a reference to Ryan 2015 (see below).

Corrections on the list of works cited (pages 49–51):

The following works should be added: Allan, Rutger J. "Herodotus and Thucydides. Distance and Immersion."

Forthcoming in Textual Strategies in Greek and Latin War Narrative. Eds. Lidewij van Gils, Irene J. F. de Jong, and Caroline H. M. Kroon. Leiden/Boston: Brill. [End Page 290]

Benveniste, Émile. Problèmes de linguistique générale, 1. Paris: Gallimard, 1966.

Ryan, Marie-Laure. Narrative as Virtual Reality 2: Revisiting Immersion and Interactivity in Literature and Electronic Media. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins P, 2015.

On p. 49 the author cited as "Laokoon, G. E." should be "Lessing, G. E." [End Page 291]

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