The Cambridge Companion to Latin Love Elegy

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Thea S. Thorsen
Cambridge University Press, 21‏/11‏/2013
Latin love elegy is one of the most important poetic genres in the Augustan era, also known as the golden age of Roman literature. This volume brings together leading scholars from Australia, Europe and North America to present and explore the Greek and Roman backdrop for Latin love elegy, the individual Latin love elegists (both the canonical and the non-canonical), their poems and influence on writers in later times. The book is designed as an accessible introduction for the general reader interested in Latin love elegy and the history of love and lament in Western literature, as well as a collection of critically stimulating essays for students and scholars of Latin poetry and of the classical tradition.
 

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Greek elegy
23
Latin precursors
39
the inventor of Latin love elegy
59
Tibullus in first place
68
The woman
83
Propertius
97
Ovid the love elegist
114
Time place and political background
133
Latin love elegy and other genres
224
elegy matrons and mime
239
Maximianus
257
The love elegy in medieval Latin literature pseudoOvidiana
271
Renaissance Latin love elegy
290
English elegies of the sixteenth and seventeenth century
306
Translation and imitation of classical elegy in the French
320
Russian elegists and Latin lovers in the long eighteenth century
336

The poetaamator nequitia and recusatio
151
accept no substitutions
166
the interplay of dominance gender and poetry
180
fighting in loves army
194
Loves and elegy
209
from Baroque beginnings and classical
348
The Latin elegiac couplet
367
Dateline
379
Index
420
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Thea S. Thorsen is Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of History and Classical Studies at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. She is the author of Ovid's Early Poetry: From His Single Heroides to his Remedia Amoris (forthcoming) and editor of two volumes based on conferences which she initiated and co-organized: Greek and Roman Games in the Computer Age (2012) and Sappho at Rome: Receptions from Lucretius to Martial (with Stephen J. Harrison, forthcoming). She has published numerous articles on Greek and Roman poetry and prose, in Norwegian and in English, and she became the first person to have published translations of all of Ovid's love elegies into Norwegian verse (2001–9).

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