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Horace : satires and epistles /

Other Authors: Freudenburg, Kirk, 1961-
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2009
Series: Oxford readings in classical studies.
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300 |a viii, 518 p. ;  |c 22 cm. 
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references. 
505 0 0 |g Introduction.  |t The Satires and Letters of Horace in Recent Scholarship /  |r Kirk Freudenburg --   |g Pt. I.  |t Horace's Sermones --   |g 1.  |t Horace's Liber Sermonum: The Structure of Ambiguity /  |r James E. G. Zetzel and D. M. Eric Guttmann --   |g 2.  |t Horace and Maecenas: The Propaganda Value of Sermones I /  |r I. M. Le M. DuQuesnay --   |g 3.  |t Horatian Sermo and Genres of Literature /  |r Mario Labate --   |g 4.  |t The Epicurean Parasite: Horace, Satires 1.1-3 /  |r William Turpin --   |g 5.  |t Libertino patre natus: True or False? /  |r Gordon Williams --   |g 6.  |t Horace, Satires 1.5: An Inconsequential Journey /  |r Emily Gowers --   |g 7.  |t Be Alert (Your Country Needs Lerts): Horace, Satires 1.9 /  |r John Henderson --   |g 8.  |t Horace, Lucilius, and Callimachean Polemic /  |r Ruth Scodel --   |g 9.  |t Ultra Legem: Law and Literature in Horace, Satires 2.1 /  |r Jeffrey Tatum --   |g Pt. II.  |t Horace's Epistles, Book One --   |g 10.  |t The Poetry of Ethics: Horace Epistles 1 /  |r Colin Macleod --   |g 11.  |t Poetry, Philosophy, and Letter-Writing in Horace Epistles 1 /  |r Stephen J. Harrison --   |g 12.  |t Horace and Aristippus: The Epistles and the Art of Conuiuere /  |r Alfonso Traina --   |g 13.  |t Poetry, Philosophy, Politics, and Play: Epistles 1 /  |r John Moles --   |g Pt. III.  |t Horace's Epistles, Book Two and the Ars Poetica --   |g 14.  |t Horace's Letter to Augustus /  |r Friedrich Klingner --   |g 15.  |t Una cum scriptore meo: Poetry, Principate, and the Traditions of Literary History in the Epistle to Augustus /  |r Denis C. Feeney --   |g 16.  |t Horace, Augustus, and the Question of the Latin Theatre /  |r Antonio La Penna --   |g 17.  |t Towards a Reading of Horace's Epistle to Julius Florus (Epistles 2.2) /  |r Elio Pasoli --   |g 18.  |t Writing to/through Florus: Criticism and the Addressee in Horace Epistles 2.2 /  |r Kirk Freudenburg --   |g 19.  |t Fashioning Men: The Art of Self-Fashioning in the Ars Poetica /  |r Ellen Oliensis. 
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