Volume 3

Vol. 3.1

Essayscover 3.1

THE CHORUS IN GREEK TRAGEDY AND CULTURE, ONE
edited by Herbert Golder and Stephen Scully

Preface
Herbert Golder

INTRODUCTION

The Chorus in Greek Life and Drama
Helen Bacon

ARCHAIC CHORUS AND TRAGEDY

Homeric Hymn to Apollo
Prototype and Paradigm of Choral Performance

Steven Lonsdale

Transformations of Choral Lyric Traditions in the Context of Athenian State Theater
Gregory Nagy

“Why Should I Dance?”: Choral Self-Referentiality in Greek Tragedy
Albert Henrichs

Apollo in Ivy: The Tragic Paean
Ian Rutherford

From Choral Poetry to Tragic Stasimon: The Enactment of Women’s Song
Claude Calame

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Essays

Recognizing Venus I: Aeneas Meets His Mother
Kenneth Reckford

Recognizing Venus II: Dido, Aeneas, and Mr. Eliot
Kenneth Reckford

The Lyric Genius of the Aeneid
Michael C. J. Putnam

Ruins of Rome: T. S. Eliot and the Presence of the Past
Charles Martindale

Late Antiquity in English Novels of the Nineteenth Century
Richard Jenkyns

Translation and Verse

Four from Horace
David Ferry

Turnus
Rosanna Warren

Beauty (after Horace, Odes 1.25)
William Logan

Horace Odes 1.5: A Reversal
Deborah Roberts

Monad Noir
Thomas G. Palaima

The Diver (after Ovid)
Aesacus Risen

Mark Rudman

Big Fish (Juvenal IV)
Alistair Elliot

The Kaisers of Carnuntum
Tony Harrison

A Beast in the Coliseum
Michael Kustow

Reviews

The Man Behind the Curtain
Same-Sex Unions, John Boswell
Daniel Mendelsohn

A Jar Half Empty or Half Full?
From a Sabine Jar, Lowell Edmunds
Jenny Strauss Clay

What Legacy, and Whose?
The Legacy of Rome, Richard Jenkyns
William Vance

Pastoral Satire
The Walking Muse, Kirk Freudenberg
Michael C. J. Putnam

Computers and Classics: The Third Phase
Writing Space, Jay David Bolter
Perseus 1.0, Gregory Crane
HyperMyth 3.3, Randy Stewart
Lowell Edmunds

Autolycus
Leisure Classicists, Thorstein Veblen