Tradition and Originality in Roman Poetry

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Clarendon P., 1968 - 810 sider
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This book sets out to reveal the essential nature of Roman poetry and the ways in which individual, highly conscious of inheriting an identifiable tradition, managed to achieve an originality of their own. Williams focuses particularly on the Augustan poets, with all quotations given in Latin
and English.

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Some Characteristic Problems and Difficulties I
10
The Poet and the Community
31
Form and Convention
102
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