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Papers of the Leeds International Latin Seminar, Seventh Volume, 1993.

Roman poetry and prose; Greek rhetoric and poetry

Edited by F. Cairns and M. Heath

ISBN 978-0-905205-87-8. ARCA 32. Cloth, vii+219. Publ. 1993.

CONTENTS

Roman Poetry and Prose

N. Horsfall: Cicero and poetry: the place of prejudice in literary history (1-7)

M. Dickie: Malice, envy and inquisitiveness in Catullus 5 and 7 (9-26)

A. Kershaw: A! at Catullus 68.85 (27-29)

W. J. Tatum: Catullus 79: personal invective or political discourse? (31-45)

R. Maltby: Varro's attitude to Latin derivations from Greek (47-60)

P.E. Knox: Philetas and Roman poetry (61-83)

S.J. Heyworth: Horace's Ibis: on the titles, unity and contents of the Epodes (85-96)

S. Kyriakidis: Aeneid 6.268: Ibant obscuri sola sub nocte per umbram (97-100)

F. Cairns: Imitation and originality in Ovid Amores 1.3 (101-122)

M. Helzle: Ovid's Cosmogony: Metamorphoses 1.5-88 and the traditions of ancient poetry (123-134)

V. Hunink: Lucan's praise of Nero (135-140)

Greek Rhetoric and Poetry

G.M. Paul: Josephus Bellum Judaicum 4.559-63: Invective as history (141-154)

D.L. Cairns: Affronts and quarrels in the Iliad (155-167)

M. Heath: Ancient interpretations of Pindar's Nemean 7 (169-199)

V. Knight: Landscape and the gods in Callimachus' Hymns (201-211)

C.A. Wilson: Dionysian ritual objects in Euphorion and Nonnus (213-219)

Review: Greece and Rome (1993) 226