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Horace and Greek Lyric Poetry
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This volume offers a collection of papers originally presented at an international colloquium sponsored by the Department of Philology of the University of Crete. They discuss the relationship between Horace`s Epodes, Odes, and Epistles, and the poetry of Archilochus, Hipponax, Alcaeus, Sappho, Anacreon, Pindar, Bacchylides, Simonides and Callimachus.
The essays cover a variety of topics: Horace`s unwillingness to make comparisons between himself and the poets of archaic Greece (Denis Feeney), the conception of "lyric" in the absence of the lyre (Anastasia-Erasmia Peponi), the development of iambic verse from its origins to Horace`s Epodes (Alessandro Barchiesi), the construction of lyric space (Michael Paschalis), and the social function of Horace`s poetry vis-a-vis Greek performance poetry (Michele Lowrie). They also offer detailed discussions of individual Horatian odes and their Greek lyric background (Lucia Athanassaki, Richard Martin, John Miller, Jenny Strauss Clay).

ISBN:
9789607143181
Έτος κυκλοφορίας:
2002
Τόμος:
1
Δέσιμο:
Βιβλίο
Σελίδες:
208
Διαστάσεις:
24x17
Βάρος:
0.53 κιλά

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