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  1. Prescribed texts 2 items
    1. The Iliad of Homer - Richmond Lattimore, Homer 1951

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    2. The odyssey of Homer - Richmond Lattimore, Homer 2007

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  2. General Bibliography: Homeric epic 66 items
    1. Helen of Troy and her shameless phantom - Norman Austin 1994

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    2. "Helen's Web: Time and Tableau in the 'Iliad'" [in] Helios - A Bergren 1979

      Webpage  Vol. 7 pp. 19-34 (Links to Harvard University Center for Hellenic Studies webpage)

    3. The poetics of eros in Ancient Greece - Claude Calame 1999

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    4. Siren songs: gender, audiences, and narrators in the Odyssey - Lillian Eileen Doherty 1995

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    5. Homer: poet of the Iliad - Mark W. Edwards 1987

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    6. The world of Odysseus - M.I. Finley 1977

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    7. Homer - Jasper Griffin 1980

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    8. Homer - John Bryan Hainsworth 1969

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    9. A commentary on Homer's Odyssey: Vol.1: Introduction and books I-VIII - Alfred Heubeck, Stephanie West, John Bryan Hainsworth 1988

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    10. A commentary on Homer's Odyssey: Vol.2: Books IX-XVI - Arie Hoekstra, Alfred Heubeck 1988

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    11. Homer the theologian: Neoplatonist allegorical reading and the growth of the epic tradition - Robert D. Lamberton 1986

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    12. Homer - Ian McAuslan, Peter Walcot 1998

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    13. Homeric questions - Gregory Nagy 1996

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    14. A New Companion to Homer - Ian Morris, Barry Powell 1997

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    15. Reading the Odyssey: selected interpretive essays - Seth L. Schein 1995

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    16. The mortal hero: an introduction to Homer's Iliad - Seth L. Schein 1984

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    17. Singers, heroes, and gods in the Odyssey - Charles Segal 1994

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    18. The story of the Odyssey - Stephen V. Tracy 1990

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    19. Homer - Paolo Vivante c1985

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    20. Homer and the heroic tradition - Cedric Hubbell Whitman 1958

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  3. Catullus 64 31 items
    1. General Works of Reference 5 items
      1. Roman epic - Anthony James Boyle 1993

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      2. Latin literature: a history - Gian Biagio Conte, Don Fowler, Glenn W. Most 1994

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      3. Latin literature - Susanna Morton Braund 2002

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      4. Roman literary culture: from Cicero to Apuleius - Elaine Fantham 1999

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      5. Literary and artistic patronage in ancient Rome - Barbara K. Gold 1982

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    2. Catullus and his literary milieu 7 items
      1. Intellectual life in the late Roman Republic - Elizabeth Rawson 1985

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      2. Cinna the poet, and other Roman essays - Timothy Peter Wiseman 1974

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    3. Catullus 64 19 items
  4. Virgil's Aeneid 142 items
    1. General Works of Reference 19 items
      1. An introduction to Virgil's Aeneid - William Anthony Camps 1969

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      2. Roman literary culture: from Cicero to Apuleius - Elaine Fantham 1999

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      3. Augustan culture: an interpretive introduction - Gotthard Karl Galinsky 1996

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      4. Literary and artistic patronage in ancient Rome - Barbara K. Gold 1982

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      5. Virgil's Aeneid: cosmos and imperium - Philip R. Hardie 1985

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      6. Virgil - Philip R. Hardie 1998

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      7. Oxford readings in Vergil's Aeneid - S.J. Harrison 1990

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      8. The speeches in Vergil's Aeneid - Gilbert Highet 1972

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      9. Roman poetry & propaganda in the age of Augustus - Anton Powell, London Classical Society 1992 (electronic resource)

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      10. Between republic and empire: interpretations of Augustus and his principate - Kurt A. Raaflaub, Mark Toher, G. W. Bowersock 1990 (electronic resource)

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      11. The power of images in the age of Augustus - Paul Zanker 1988

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    2. Book 1 11 items
    3. Book 2 11 items
      1. The primacy of vision in Virgil's Aeneid - Alden Smith 2005

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    4. Book 3 13 items
      1. The primacy of vision in Virgil's Aeneid - Alden Smith 2005

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    5. Book 4 10 items
      1. "The tragedy and guilt of Dido" [in] Homo viator: classical essays for John Bramble - J.L. Moles

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      2. The primacy of vision in Virgil's Aeneid - Alden Smith 2005

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    6. Book 5 6 items
      1. The Two worlds of the poet: new perspectives on Vergil - Alexander G. McKay, Robert M. Wilhelm, Howard Jones c1992

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    7. Book 6 27 items
      1. The primacy of vision in Virgil's Aeneid - Alden Smith 2005

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    8. Book 7 9 items
    9. Book 8 15 items
      1. Aeneid book VIII - K.W Gransden, Virgil 1976

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      2. Actium and Augustus: the politics and emotions of civil war - Robert Alan Gurval 1995

        Book  Particulary chapter 3, ‘Gigantomachy in the Aeneid: I,’ and chapter 8, ‘The shield of Aeneas: the cosmic icon.’

    10. Book 9 6 items
    11. Book 10 6 items
    12. Section 11 2 items
      1. "Virgil on killing virgins" [in] Homo viator : classical essays for John Bramble - D. Fowler

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    13. Section 12 7 items
      1. The humanness of heroes: studies in the conclusion of Virgil's Aeneid - Michael C. J. Putnam c2011

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  5. Ovid Metamorphoses 118 items
    1. General References 44 items
      1. The poet and the prince: Ovid and Augustan discourse - Alessandro Barchiesi 1997

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      2. Ovidian transformations: essays on the Metamorphoses and its reception - Philip R. Hardie, Alessandro Barchiesi, Stephen Hinds, Cambridge Philological Society 1999

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      3. Speaking volumes: narrative and intertext in Ovid and other Latin poets - Alessandro Barchiesi 2001

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      4. Latin literature: a history - Gian Biagio Conte, Don Fowler, Glenn W. Most 1994

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      5. Ovid's Metamorphoses - Elaine Fantham 2004 (electronic resource)

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      6. Roman constructions: readings in postmodern Latin - Don Fowler 2000

        Book  Patricularly "Pyramus, Thisbe, King Kong: Ovid and the presence of poetry" (pp. 156-167) and "The ruin of time: monuments and survival at Rome" (pp. 193-217)

      7. Ovid's poetics of illusion - Philip R. Hardie 2006

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      8. Ovid's Metamorphoses and the traditions of Augustan poetry - Peter E. Knox, Cambridge Philological Society 1986

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      9. Oxford readings in Ovid - Peter E. Knox 2006 (electronic resource)

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      10. Ovid's causes: cosmogony and aetiology in the Metamorphoses - K. Sara Myers 1994

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      11. Ovid as an epic poet - Brooks Otis 2010

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      12. A web of fantasies: gaze, image, and gender in Ovid's Metamorphoses - Patricia B. Salzman-Mitchell c2005

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      13. Narrative dynamics in Ovid's Metamorphoses - Stephen Michael Wheeler 2000

        Book  Ordered for this list o11768459.

    2. Individual Books/Stories 74 items
      1. Book 1 6 items
        1. Lycaon 1 item
        2. Python, Apollo, Daphne 5 items
      2. Book 3 7 items
        1. Cadmus, Actaeon, Echo and Narcissus 7 items
      3. Book 4 6 items
        1. Pyramus and Thisbe 4 items
        2. Salmacis and Hermaphroditus 2 items
      4. Book 6 9 items
        1. Marsyas 2 items
        2. Arachne 5 items
        3. Niobe 1 item
        4. Philomela 1 item
      5. Book 7 1 item
        1. Medea 1 item
      6. Book 8 10 items
        1. Scylla and Minos 1 item
        2. Daedalus and Icarus 6 items
        3. Erisychthon 1 item
        4. Meleager and the Calydonian Boar-hunt 2 items
      7. Book 9 3 items
        1. Iphis and sex-change - cf. Book 12 Caenis 3 items
      8. Book 10 15 items
        1. Orpheus and Eurydice 4 items
        2. Pygmalion 7 items
          1. "Reading resistance in Ovid’s Metamorphoses" [in] Ovidian transformations: essays on the Metamorphoses and its reception - G. Lively 1999

            Chapter  Scan not uploaded as one chapter from this book is already on this list.

          2. Ovid's poetics of illusion - Philip R. Hardie 2006

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        3. Myrrha 4 items
      9. Book 12 3 items
        1. Caenis/ Caeneus sex change – cf. Iphis in Bk. 9; Centaurs) 3 items
      10. Book 13-4 9 items
        1. Ovid's Aeneid 13-14 5 items
        2. Polyphemus and Galatea 4 items
      11. Book 5 2 items
        1. Pythagoras 2 items
      12. Ending 3 items
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