Frederick E. Brenk

Clothed in Purple Light

Studies in Vergil and in Latin Literature. Including Aspects of Philosophy, Religion, Magic, Judaism, and the New Testament Background
Frederick E. Brenk

Clothed in Purple Light

Studies in Vergil and in Latin Literature. Including Aspects of Philosophy, Religion, Magic, Judaism, and the New Testament Background

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Aus dem Inhalt:
Vergil’s Golden Age and the Beginning of Empire — The Tomb of Bianor in Vergil’s Ninth Eclogue — Myth, History and Symbolic Imagery in Vergil’s Palinurus Incident — Palinurus and Polites (Aeneid, 6337-6382) — Diodoros, Appian, and the Death of Palinurus in Vergil — The Eulogy for Marcellus in Aeneid VI — A Greek Motif in the Aeneid? — Baroque Touches in Vergil’s Underworld — Consolation and Allegory at the End of Vergil’s Aeneid VI — Review of P. A. Johnston, Vergil’s Agricultural Golden Age — Articles "Salus" and "Sancio" from the Enciclopedia Virgiliana (in English translation) Echoes of Sappho in Catullus’ passer Poems — Lesbia’s Arguta Solea: Catullus 68.72 and Greek ligys — Arguta Solea on the Threshold: The Literary Precedents of Catullus, 68, 68-72 — Tarpeia among the Celts: Watery Romance from Simylos to Propertius — The Myth of Cephalus and Procris in Ovid’s Metamorphoses — Theme and Ideology in the Galatea and the Cyclops Story of Ovid’s Metamorphoses — Violence as Structure in Ovid’s Metamorphoses Caesar and the Evil Eye or What to Do with "Kai sy, teknon" — The Sibyl Sings of Vesuvius — Tragic Hierosolyma: The Flavian Period, Solyma in Ashes — Indices

ISBN 978-3-515-07422-3
Medientyp Buch - Kartoniert
Auflage 1.
Copyrightjahr 1999
Umfang 256 Seiten
Abbildungen Frontisp.
Format 17,0 x 24,0 cm
Sprache Englisch