Roman Lyric: Collected Papers on Catullus and Horace
Walter de Gruyter, 27 janv. 2012 - 525 pages
Francis Cairns has made well-known contributions to the study of Roman Epic and Elegy. Roman Lyric assembles his substantial body of work on Roman lyric, about 30 papers published over the period 1969 to 2010 in many European and American periodicals, themed volumes and Festschriften, along with some new papers. The volume is fully indexed and contains a composite bibliography and addenda and corrigenda. Roman Lyric will make access to this body of scholarly material easier and more convenient for scholars and students of Latin poetry.
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