OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

Oxford Readings in Propertius

ISBN : 9780199563036

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¥24,651
著者: 
Ellen Greene; Tara S. Welch
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528 ページ
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Hardcover
サイズ
148 x 221 mm
刊行日
2012年08月
シリーズ
Oxford Readings in Classical Studies
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This volume focuses on the great Roman love poet Propertius. Propertius' poetry reveals an ardent love affair between the poet and his girlfriend, whom he calls 'Cynthia', yet it also offers a snapshot of life in ancient Rome during the Augustan age (20s BC). While this was a period of growth and revival after the crippling civil wars of the previous century, it was also a time when Rome was adjusting to a new form of government under its first emperor. Oxford Readings in Propertius is the first volume on Propertius' poetry to bring together some of the best and most influential scholarship written during the last three decades and put them into dialogue with each other. The articles discuss the recent developments in Propertius scholarship, as well as major critical approaches that have emerged in classical studies in general, and look at issues of text, intertextuality, gender, and the social and political context of Propertius' work.

目次: 

PREFACE
INTRODUCTION
Whose Reading of What Propertiusa
THE TEXT OF PROPERTIUS
2. Propertius, Between the Cult of the Transmitted Text and the Hunt for Corruption
3. Editing Propertius
POETIC CONTEXTS
4. The Language of Propertius and the Stylistic Tendencies of Augustan Poetry
5. Propertius IV 9: Alexandrianism and Allusion
6. Propertius 1,4 and 1,5 and the Gallus of the Monobiblos
7. Prropertius and the Unity of the Book
8. Poetic Baldness and its Cure
POETRY AND POLITICS
9. A Farewell to Promethean Man
10. Propertius 2.7. Militia amoris and the ironies of elegy
11. Images of the city: Propertius' new-old Rome
GENDER
12. Mistress and metaphor in Augustan elegy
13. The Natural and Unnatural Silence of Women in the Elegies of Propertius
14. Gender and Genre in Propertius 2.8 and 2.9
15. "Beyond good and Evil": Tarpeia & Philosophy in the Feminine (4.4)
16. Why Propertius is a Woman
WORKS CITED
BIBLIOGRAPHY

著者について: 

Ellen Greene is the Joseph Paxton Presidential Professor of Classics at the University of Oklahoma. She has published numerous books and articles on Greek and Latin love poetry. ; Tara Welch is an Associate Professor of Classics at the University of Kansas. She has published a number of articles on Latin poetry and a book on Propertius.

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