Arion: A Journal of Humanities and the Classics at Boston University


Inside Arion 27.2: Fall 2019


Odysseus comes home “After the War,” by David Gomes Cásseres

Fred Licht reflects on Milan’s greatest masterpieces

The Classics and the Reform of Poetry in Elizabethan England, by Stephen Orgel

Assistance from Apollo, by Brooke Clark

W. Robert Connor: Women Poets and the Origin of the Greek Hexameter

Two Sonnets by Daniel Galef

Richard McKim translates Parmenides into verse

Kyklikoi Logoi by Benjamin Haller

Anna Jackson translates Catullus 63

The Bloomberg Writing Tablets inspire Josephine Balmer

 Eros the Bittersweet: A retrospective review by Louis A. Ruprecht, Jr.

Paul Barolsky reviews Ovidio, amori, miti e altre storie


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