Virgil: The Aeneid (continued)

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Philip R. Hardie
Taylor & Francis, 1999 - 457 pagina's
 

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Inhoudsopgave

The Art of Mirroring in Virgils Aeneid M von Albrecht
1
The Architecture of the Aeneid G E Duckworth
13
The Language of Virgil and Horace L P Wilkinson
26
Participation Detachment and Narrative Point of View in the Aeneid C Segal
42
Why Did Venus Wear Boots? Some Reflections on Aeneid 1 314 f E L Harrison
59
Virgil Aeneid 2 40198 J P Lynch
76
Allegory and History in the Aeneid A M Bowie
85
A New Approach R B Lloyd
101
Aeneid VII and the Aeneid M C J Putnam
244
Wildness and Domesticity in Virgils Aeneid E Vance
263
The HerculesCacus Episode in Aeneid VIII G K Galinsky
274
The Significance of Nisus and Euryalus for Aeneid IXXII
304
Der Pfeilschuß des Ascanius Zum 9 Buch der Aeneis G Maurach
322
Cultural Models and Literary Rhetoric G B Conte
336
A Tragedy of Tyranny and of Ancient Titanism A La Penna
345
Aristotelisches in der Schlußszene der Aeneis M von Albrecht
376

Repetition and Ideology in the Aeneid D Quint
117
A Contribution to the Question of the Tragic in the Aeneid A Wlosok
158
Aeneid V and the Aeneid G K Galinsky
182
Aeneas Daedalus and the Labyrinth W Fitzgerald
207
History and Revelation in Vergils Underworld D C Feeney
221
The Deaths of Hector and Turnus D West
381
The Reconciliations of Juno D C Feeney
392
The Hesitation of Aeneas M C J Putnam
414
The Anger of Aeneas G K Galinsky
434
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