A Companion to Horace

Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World Band 46

Gregson Davis

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Beschreibung

A Companion to Horace features a collection of commissioned interpretive essays by leading scholars in the field of Latin literature covering the entire generic range of works produced by Horace.
* Features original essays by a wide range of leading literary scholars
* Exceeds expectations for the standard handbook by featuring essays that challenge, rather than just summarize, conventional views of Homer's work and influence
* Considers Horace's debt to his Greek predecessors
* Treats the reception of Horace from contemporary theoretical perspectives
* Offers up-to-date information and illustrations on the archaeological site traditionally identified as Horace's villa in the Sabine countryside

"Highly recommended. Lower-division undergraduates through faculty." (Choice, 1 March 2011)

"This is a fine and well-organised work that every Horatian scholar will need to consult, and which students of Horace and colleagues from non-classical disciplines will also find useful". (Bmcreview, 17 January 2011)

"These essays are not simply summaries of earlier work, but raise new questions about Horace, making this much more than a reference work. Each essay has suggestions for further reading and there is also a comprehensive bibliography." ( Book News Inc, November 2010)

Gregson Davis is Andrew W. Mellon Distinguished Professor in the Humanities and Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature at Duke University. His publications include Polyhymnia: The Rhetoric of Horatian Lyric Discourse (1984) and Aimé Cesairé (1997).

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Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Erscheinungsdatum 01.03.2010
Herausgeber Gregson Davis
Verlag John Wiley & Sons Inc
Seitenzahl 472
Maße (L/B/H) 24.9/18.3/4.3 cm
Gewicht 1064 g
Auflage 1. Auflage
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-4051-5540-3

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  • List of Figures viii
    Notes on Contributors ix

    Abbreviations Used xiii

    Author s Note xv

    Acknowledgments xvii

    Introduction 1

    Part I Biographical and Social Contexts 5

    1. The Biographical and Social Foundations of Horace s Poetic Voice 7
    David Armstrong

    2. Horace s Friendship: Adaptation of a Circular Argument 34
    William Anderson

    3. Horace and Imperial Patronage 53
    Phebe Lowell Bowditch

    4. The Roman Site Identified as Horace s Villa at Licenza, Italy 75
    Bernard Frischer

    Part II Horatian Lyric: Literary Contexts 91

    5. The Epodes: Genre, Themes, and Arrangement 93
    David Mankin

    6. Defi ning a Lyric Ethos: Archilochus lyricus and Horatian melos 105
    Gregson Davis

    7. Horace and Lesbian Lyric 128
    Jenny Strauss Clay

    8. Horace s Debt to Pindar 147
    William H. Race

    9. Female Figures in Horace s Odes 174
    Ronnie Ancona

    10. The Roman Odes 193
    Hans Peter Syndikus

    11. Horace: Odes 4 210
    Michèle Lowrie

    12. The Carmen Saeculare 231
    Michael Putnam

    Part III The Satires and Epistles 251

    13. Horace and the Satirist's Mask: Shadowboxing with Lucilius 253
    Catherine Schlegel

    14. Horatius Anceps : Persona and Self-revelation in Satire and Song 271
    Kirk Freudenburg

    15. Return to Sender: Horace s sermo from the Epistles to the Satires 291
    Andrea Cucchiarelli

    16. The Epistles 319
    W. R. Johnson

    Part IV Reception of Horace s Poetry 335

    17. The Reception of Horace s Odes 337
    Lowell Edmunds

    18. The Metempsychosis of Horace: The Reception of the Satires and Epistles 367
    Susanna Braund

    19. Reception of Horace s Ars Poetica 391
    Leon Golden

    Bibliography 414

    Index 444