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This commentary examines the text of book 4 of Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica, and explicates sense and references, but above all, it provides a critical appreciation of the poetry, with a focus on wit, humor, elegance, subtlety, narrative skill and creative engagement with forerunners.
This book analyses the mythical and legendary narratives in the Fasti as narrative. It covers aspects such as aperture, closure, characterization, internal narrators, description, space, time and also the narratives' complex relationship with Virgil, Livy and Ovid's own earlier works.
Edited by Paul McKechnie
In this collection of essays, contributors act on John Crook's injunction to 'think like lawyers' about Roman law and Rome—and also ancient Greece, Persia, and the modern world. A literary strand runs through the book alongside its legal and historical strands.
This book contains the first translation into English of all the major love poetry of the Renaissance neo-Latin poet Johannes Secundus and the first detailed critical appreciation of the first two books of his Elegies and the Elegiae Sollemnes.
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