The Cambridge History of Classical Literature

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Cambridge University Press, 1982 - Classical literature - 974 pages
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Contents

Books and readers in the Roman world
3
Author and public
15
The fata libellorum
25
The sense of cornua
31
The genesis of poetry in Rome
56
Drama
77
3333
89
33333
107
Senecan prose
519
The Octavia
530
Flavian epic
558
339
578
Martial and Juvenal
597
Minor poetry
624
History and biography
639
Rhetoric and scholarship
674

Prose literature
138
The satires of Ennius and Lucilius
156
Predecessors
175
Lucretius
207
Poet and philosopher
213
Cicero and the relationship of oratory to literature
230
Sallust by F R D GOODYEAR Hildred Carlile Professor of Latin Bedford
268
College University of London
281
Uncertainties
297
The Georgics
320
Horace
378
20
404
21
420
The poems of exile
442
Achievement and characteristics
455
Minor figures
467
Challenge and response by D W T C VESSEY Lecturer in Classics Queen Mary College
497
Persius
509
Introductory
683
Poetry
692
Biography
723
History
732
Oratory and epistolography
755
357
760
Learning and the past
762
Apuleius by P G WALSH Professor of Humanity University of Glasgow
774
Appendix of authors and works
799
362
878
368
911
405
930
by MARTIN DRURY
936
Index
951
407
962
413
968
766
970
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