Roman Poetry, Republican and Imperial [Hardback]

Francis Cairns(Editor)

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ISBN: 9780995461222 | Published by: Francis Cairns (Publications) Ltd | Series: ARCA, Classical and Medieval Texts, Papers and Monographs | Volume: 56 | Year of Publication: 2021 | 1 | 348p, H8.5 x W5.5,
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Roman Poetry, Republican and Imperial

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After a long period in which the late Republican and Augustan poets were the main focus of scholarship in Latin poetry, more attention is now being given to earlier Republican literature, and even more to the poets of what used to be called disparagingly the ‘Silver Age’. The present volume reflects this changing perspective. Five of its contributors offer papers devoted to Augustan poets (Horace, Propertius, the Ovid of the Metamorphoses); there are two papers on early and later Republican epic; and five examine aspects of later Julio-Claudian and Flavian authors: Seneca the Younger, Silius Italicus, Martial, and Statius.

Table of Contents

Jason Nethercut (University of South Florida): Hesiodic Poetics in Early Republican Epic
Jessica Clark (Florida State University): How Many Furii Poetae? The Hexameter Fragments Reconsidered
A.J. Woodman (University of Virginia/Newcastle University): Horatiana. Satires 1.10.20–35; Epodes 1.1–14; 5.11–16; Odes 4.5.17–18
Francis Cairns (Florida State University): Horace Epistles 1.5, Philodemus AP 11.44, and the ‘Vocatio ad Cenam’
Stephen Harrison (University of Oxford): Framing Epigrams and Elegy in Propertius Book 4’
Donncha O’Rourke (University of Edinburgh): Reading the Flood in Latin Literature: Literary and Cosmic Symbolism
Giulio Celotto (University of Virginia): Repetitions and Variations in the Metamorphoses: Ovid’s Reappropriation of Vergil and Propertius in the Narratives of Medea and Scylla, and Byblis and Myrrha
Tim Stover (Florida State University): Amphitheatrical Death in Seneca’s Agamemnon
Andrew M. McClellan (San Diego State University): Silius on Rome’s ‘Revivification’ in the Punica
R. Joy Littlewood Exemplary Confrontation: Silius Italicus Punica 16.600-700
Alison Keith (Victoria College, University of Toronto): Women About Town in Martial’s Rome
Alex Hardie: Statius’ Via Domitiana: Inaugural carmen in Roman Campania

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