Lands and Peoples in Roman Poetry: The Ethnographical Tradition

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Cambridge Philological Society, 1982 - Ethnology - 144 pages
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Richard Thomas shows how Greek ethnographical prose influenced the poetry of Virgil, Horace and Lucan and their portrayal of real and imagined Roman landscapes and environments. A later prose tradition is also identified in the work of Tacitus.

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FAILURE AND SUCCESS IN THE GEORGICS
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