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Satires of Rome : threatening poses from Lucilius to Juvenal

Autore: Kirk Freudenburg
Editore: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2001.
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Provides a complete and socially and politically contextualised survey of Roman verse satire.

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Genere/forma: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Informazioni aggiuntive sul formato: Print version:
Freudenburg, Kirk, 1961-
Satires of Rome.
Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2001
(DLC) 2001025772
(OCoLC)48486157
Persona incaricata: Gaius Lucilius; Persius; Juvenal; Horace; Gaius Lucilius; Aulus Persius Flaccus; Gaius Lucilius; Perse, (Poète latin); Juvénal; Horace; Decimus Iunius Iuvenalis; Gaius Lucilius; Quintus Horatius Flaccus; Aulus Persius Flaccus; Horace.; Juvenal.; Persius.
Tipo materiale: Document, Risorsa internet
Tipo documento: Internet Resource, Computer File
Tutti gli autori / Collaboratori: Kirk Freudenburg
ISBN: 0511041586 9780511041587 0521803578 9780521803571 052100621X 9780521006217 9780511612985 0511612982
Numero OCLC: 56319589
Descrizione: 1 online resource (xviii, 289 p.)
Contenuti: Cover --
Contents --
Acknowledgments --
Key dates for the study of Roman verse satire --
Glossary of key names and technical terms --
Introduction --
CHAPTER 1 Horace --
THE DIATRIBE SATIRES (SERMONES 1.1 ... 1.3): "YOU'RE NO LUCILIUS" --
SERMONES BOOK 1 AND THE PROBLEM OF GENRE --
REMEMBERED VOICES: SATIRE MADE NEW IN SERMONES 1.1 --
THE SOCIAL POETICS OF HORATIAN LIBERTAS: SINCE WHEN IS "ENOUGH" A "FEAST"? --
HITTING SATIRE'S FINIS: ALONG FOR THE RIDE IN SERMONES 1-5 --
DOGGED BY AMBITION: SERMONES 1.6 ... 10 --
BOOK 2 AND THE TOTALITARIAN SQUEEZE: NEW RULES FOR A NEW AGE --
PANEGYRIC BLUSTER AND ENNIUS' SCIPIO IN HORACE, SERMONES 2.1 --
COMING TO TERMS WITH SCIPIO: THE NEW LOOK OF POST-ACTIAN SATIRE --
BIG FRIENDS AND BRAVADO IN SERMONES 2.1 --
BOOK 2 AND THE HISSINGS OF COMPLIANCE --
NASIDIENUS' DINNER-PARTY: TOO MUCH OF NOT ENOUGH --
CHAPTER 2 Persius --
OF NARRATIVE AND COSMOGONY: PERSIUS AND THE INVENTION OF NERO --
THE PROLOGUE: TOP-DOWN AESTHETICS AND THE MAKING OF ONSELF --
FAKING IT IN NERO'S ORGASMATRON: PERSIUS 1 AND THE DEATH OF CRITICISM --
at laeua lacrimas muttoni absterget amica --
THE SATIRIST-PHYSICIAN AND HIS OUT-OF-JOINT WORLD --
SATIRE'S LEAN FEAST: FINDING A LOST "PILE" IN P.2 --
TEACHING AND TAIL-WAGGING, CRITIQUE AS CRUTCH: P.4 --
LEFT FOR BROKE: SATIRE AS LEGACY IN P.6 --
CHAPTER 3 Juvenal --
A LOST VOICE FOUND: JUVENAL AND THE POETICS OF TOO MUCH, TOO LATE --
REMEMBERED MONSTERS: TIME WARP AND MARTYR TALES IN TRAJAN'S ROME --
GHAST-ASSAULT IN JUV.1 --
THE POOR MAN'S LUCILIUS --
LIFE ON THE EDGE: FROM EXAGGERATION TO SELF-DEFAULT --
BEATING A DEAD FISH: THE EMPEROR-SATIRIST OF JUV.4 --
SATIRES 3 AND 5: THE POOR MAN'S LUNCH OF UMBRICIUS AND TREBIUS --
Works Cited.
Responsabilità: Kirk Freudenburg.
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