Brill's Companion to Horace
This volume centres on a detailed analysis of the whole corpus of Horace s work by Edward Courtney ("Satires"), Elaine Fantham ("Epistles" I and "Odes" IV), Hans-Christian G nther ("Epodes," "Odes" I III, "Carmen Saeculare" and "Epistles" II) and Tobias Reinhardt ("Ars Poetica"). The latter is preceeded by a detailed account of Horace s life and work in general by H.-C. G nther. Two appendices on the transmission of the text (E. Courtney) and style and metre (Peter Knox) conclude the volume. It is aimed at students and scholars of classical and modern literature who seek comprehensive orientation on all aspects of Horace s work. All quotations from Latin and Greek are translated.
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Horaces Life and Work
The Two Books of Satires
The Book of Iambi
The First Book of Letters
The Carmen Saeculare
The Fourth Book of Odes
The Second Book of Letters
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