CARMINA L , XXX , LXV , LXVIII BY CHARLES WITKE SUB CUTA PALLAS EJB.S LEIDEN E. J. BRILL 1968 ENARRATIO CATULLIANA MNEMOSYNE BIBLIOTHECA CLASSICA BATAVA COLLEGERUNT W. DEN BOER. ENARRATIO CATULLIANA Front Cover.
Enarratio Catulliana. Leiden Woestijne, P. van de 1953. La Périégèse de Priscien. Bruges Wohlberg, J. 1955. ' The structure of the Laodamia simile in Catullus 68b', Classical Philology 50: 42–6 Wolkenhauer, A. 2012.
Author: Richard Hunter
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A series of innovative studies in the textual and literary criticism of Latin literature and their mutually supportive relationship.
Witke, C. (1968) Enarratio Catulliana: Carmina L, XXX, LXV, LXVIII. Leiden. Woodman, A. J. (1974) 'Exegi monumentum: Horace, Odes 3.30' in A. J. Woodman and D. West (eds.), Quality and Pleasure in Latin Poetry. Cambridge, 115–28, 151–6.
Author: Michèle Lowrie
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
An exploration of the relationship between poetry, song, and authority in Augustan Rome. Michele Lowrie argues that the medium of writing, as opposed to song, could offer an escape from current social and political demands by shifting the focus toward the readership of posterity.
Enarratio Catulliana. Leiden: Brill, 1968. Wray, David. Catullus and the Poetics of Manhood. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. Selected Articles on Catullus Arkins, Brian. “Caelius and Rufus in xxii Writing Passion.
C. Witke, Enarratio Catulliana (Leiden, 1968), 13. 50. G. Williams, Figures of Thoughtin Roman Poetry (New Haven, 1980), 48. 51. K. Quinn, Catullus: The Poems, 2nded. (London, 1973), 352; emphasis added. 52.
Author: Daniel L. Selden
First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
WITKE , C. Enarratio Catulliana . Carmina L , XXX , LXV , LXVIII . 1968 . ISBN 90 04 03079 4 11. RUTILIUS LUPUS . De Figuris Sententiarum et Elocutionis . Edited with Prolegomena and Commentary by E. BROOKS . 1970.
7 C. Witke, Enarratio Catulliana, Mnemosyne Suppl. 10 (1968) 31. 8 G. Williams, Tradition and Originality in Roman Poetry (Oxford 1968) 233. 9 G. Luck, Die rêmische Liebeselegie (Heidelberg 1961) 59–60. 10 Structure of Catullus 68 217 ...
Author: Ronald S. Stroud
Publisher: University of California Press
This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press’s mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived makes high-quality, peer-reviewed scholarship accessible once again using print-on-demand technology. This title was originally published in 1975.
Enarratio Catulliana. Carmina L, XXX, LXV, LXVIII. Leiden: E. J. Brill. ——(1980). 'Catullus 13: A Reexamination'. CJ, 75: 325–31. Woodman, A. J. (1966). 'Some Implications of otium in Catullus 51.13–16'. Latomus, 25: 217–26.
Author: Julia Haig Gaisser
Publisher: OUP Oxford
Category: Literary Criticism
Oxford Readings in Catullus is a collection of articles that represent a sampling of the most interesting and important work on Catullus from around 1950 to 2000, together with three very short pieces from the Renaissance. The readings, selected for their intrinsic interest and importance, are intended to be thought-provoking (and in some cases provocative) and to challenge readers to look at Catullus in different ways. They demonstrate a number of approaches - stylistic, historical, literary-historical, New Critical, and theoretical (of several flavours). Such hermeneutic diversity is particularly appropriate in the case of Catullus, whose oeuvre is famously - some might say notoriously - varied in length, genre, tone, and subject matter. The collection as a whole demonstrates what has interested Catullus' readers in the last half century and suggests some of the ways in which they might approach his poetry in the future. It is accompanied by an introduction by Julia Haig Gaisser on themes in Catullan criticism from 1950 to 2000.
... to the apple and was derived from Callimachus; text and interpretation of that passage are, however, uncertain, cf. (for a different interpretation) W. G. Arnott, GRBS 14 (1973) 208. 3 Cf. C. Witke, Enarratio Catulliana.
Author: Richard Hunter
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Category: Literary Criticism
This work gathers together the principal essays of Richard Hunter, whose work has been fundamental in the modern re-evaluation of Greek literature after Alexander and its reception at Rome and elsewhere. At the heart of Hunter’s work lies the high poetry of Ptolemaic Alexandria and the narrative literature of later antiquity (‘the ancient novel’), but comedy, mime, didactic poetry and ancient literary criticism all fall within the scope of these studies. Principal recurrent themes are the uses and recreation of the past, the modes of poetic allusion, the moral purpose of literature, and the intellectual context for ancient poetry.
2 As recently by C. Witke , Enarratio Catulliana : Carmina L , XXX , LXV , LXVIII , Mnem . , suppl . ( 1968 ) . There is also Norden's summary account , " Einiges über CATULLUS AND CALLIMACHUS Wendell Clausen.