Satire and Society in Ancient Rome

Edited by Susan H. Braund

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ISBN: 9780859893312

Publication: January 1, 1989

Series: Exeter Studies in History

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These essays explain how satire can, and cannot, be used as a source for Roman social history: the possibilities and the limitations.

Susan Braund is Professor of Classics at Stanford University.

Introduction - SUSAN H. BRAUND Friendship in the Satirists - ROLAND MAYER City and Country in Roman Satire - SUSAN H. BRAUND Satirists and the Law - J. DUNCAN CLOUD Food in Roman Satire - NICOLA A. HUDSON ... when Satire writes 'Woman' - JOHN G. W. HENDERSON Notes Bibliography Notes on Contributors

Format: Paperback

Size: 152 x 229 mm

156 Pages

ISBN: 9780859893312

Publication: January 1, 1989

Series: Exeter Studies in History

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