Propertius


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Propertius

Sextus . ?50--?15 bc, Roman elegiac poet
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59, 341pp) by academician author of numerous pedagogical materials Marianthe Colakis is comprised of selections from Catullus, Cicero, Livy, Ovid, Propertius, Tibullus, and Vergil.
reanimates Saint Francis and Sextus Propertius, the most famous
My paper will examine the autobiographical itinerary expressed by this 1958 edition of Pound's Homage to Sextus Propertius (written in 1917) and Hugh Selwyn Mauberly (published in 1920).
Mahon's high level of poetic craftsmanship is an asset in his translation work, and his choice of poets ranges from Propertius to Rimbaud and takes in a group of Francophone African poets who will be new to most readers.
The artists' eclectic repertoire of sources ranges from Sextus Propertius and Plautus through Victor Hugo and Alfred Jarry to Jorge Luis Borges and Rene Daumal, from whose 1938 novel A Night of Serious Drinking they've borrowed the term ahyssology, the study of the abyss, applying it to their creative practice.
The poetry of the famous Gruppo 63 was like studying Propertius.
77) It is possible that Propertius and his companions provided one of the models for Achilles Tatius' depiction of a male community whose emotional bonds with one another are forged and strengthened as much by their shared romantic adventures as by shared experience of education or of the public life of the citizen; certainly there is similarity of sentiment.
6) A referee suggested comparing Ovid's 'vision'-words with verbal usage in Vergil and Propertius, and wanted the paper to concentrate on only one of Ovid's genres, but that would have changed this article into a different one.
Raucci (classics, Union College) explores the role of vision in ancient Roman love elegy, focusing on how elegists such as Tibullus, Propertius, and Ovid engaged in an appropriation of Roman visual culture and Roman cultural modes of seeing in their elegies, building her readings on the ancient Roman understandings of the eye and vision and thus reconstructing the elegists use of the eye and vision within their contemporary context familiar to the readers of the elegies.
Maecenas devoted his time to his famous literary circle after retiring from political life as counselor to Augustus; a wealthy, generous patron of the arts, he was mentor to some of the most celebrated poets of the era, including Horace, Propertius, and Virgil, one of the most unambiguously homosexual figures of antiquity.
The Latin poets Propertius and Horace wrote in apparently revealing ways about their lives; this usually involved a persona or mask - that is, the assumption of a 'pretend' character.
The text is in three parts with the first and longest looking at Housman's scholarship, in particular his handling of Propertius, Manilius, Juvenal, Lucan and Ovid.