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Lucan's epic on the civil war that ended the Republic was written in the Early Empire, under Nero, a hundred years after the events it narrates. Book 4 focuses on two major campaigns out of Italy, first in Spain, then in Africa. Paolo Asso's commentary privileges aspects of poetics, rhetoric, language and literary genre, and speaks not only to readers of Latin poetry but also to all students and scholars in classical and modern languages and literatures, as well as the generally learned reader with little knowledge of Latin.…mehr

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Lucan's epic on the civil war that ended the Republic was written in the Early Empire, under Nero, a hundred years after the events it narrates. Book 4 focuses on two major campaigns out of Italy, first in Spain, then in Africa. Paolo Asso's commentary privileges aspects of poetics, rhetoric, language and literary genre, and speaks not only to readers of Latin poetry but also to all students and scholars in classical and modern languages and literatures, as well as the generally learned reader with little knowledge of Latin.

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  • Verlag: Gruyter, Walter de GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 341
  • Erscheinungstermin: 26. März 2010
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783110216516
  • Artikelnr.: 48599453
Autorenporträt


Paolo Asso, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA.

Rezensionen
"Although the edition must command a high price in the modern and murky world of academic publishing, the cost is fully merited by the achievement: C.'s Aeneid is a major work of scholarship that demonstrates at each turn impressive editorial tact and a rarely refined sense of the Virgilian. The edition deserves strong commendation."
David Butterfield in: Exemplaria Classica 15 (2011)