Lucan: Civil War VIII

R. Mayer

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ISBN: 9780856681769

Publication: January 1, 1981

Series: Aris & Phillips Classical Texts

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^DIn his De Bello Civili Lucan tells the story of the civil war between Caesar and Pompey, dealing in Book VIII with the defeat and death of the latter. This edition provides a literary commentary to accompany the Latin text and the revised translation of J.D.Daff. The introduction covers the life of Lucan and the literary revival of Nero's time, the meaning of Lucan's choice of theme, a sketch of the form of the whole poem and the eighth book's place within it, the rhetorical style and the transmission of the text. A glossary of proper names, a select bibliography and index complete this work which will be useful to students of Latin literature and of the literary epic in particular. Latin text with translation, commentary and notes.

Preface Abbreviations Addenda & Corrigenda 2007 Introduction I. The poet and the poem II. Style III. MSS Sigla Text and translation Commentary: Lines 1-872 Appendix I: Parthia Appendix II: Virgil and Ovid Recalled

Sensible and elegant account... well-calculated to assist the student.
 

Format: Paperback

Size: 210 x 149 mm

208 Pages

ISBN: 9780856681769

Publication: January 1, 1981

Series: Aris & Phillips Classical Texts

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