Volume 6

Vol. 6.1cover 6.1

Essays and Verse

Selections from The Metamorphoses
Ovid
(translated by Charles Martin)

Florentine Metamorphoses of Ovid
Paul Barolsky

Eclogue II
Virgil
(translated by David Ferry)

Violent Words: Brian Friel’s Living Quarters: after Hippolytus
Marianne McDonald

Popular Perceptions of Elite Homosexuality in Classical Athens
T.K. Hubbard

Three for Aurelius
Catullus
(translated by Peter Green)

The Dream of Anachronism in Goethe’s Roman Elegies
Paul Oppenheimer

Young Men of Sidon
C.P. Cavafy
(translated by Peter Green)

Fiction

Mentor
Jascha Kessler

Reviews

Understanding the Euxine: Neal Ascherson’s Black Sea
David Braund

Classics and Contempt: Redeeming Cinema for the Classical Tradition
Maria Wyke

“Too Much Ego in Your Cosmos”
Victor Davis Hanson

Vol. 6.2cover 6.2

Essays and Verse

Eclogue X
Virgil
(translated by David Ferry)

Poussin’s Ovidian Stoicism
Paul Barolsky

As the Romans Did? Theming Ancient Rome on Contemporary Las Vegas
Margaret Malamud

Plato and Rauschenberg in Bed
Amelia Arenas

From Nova Cantica
John Peck

The Muses’ Birdcage, Then and Now: Cameron on Apollonios Rhodios
Peter Green

From The Vote
Stephen Berg

Paradise Lost and the Apotheosis of the Suppliant
Francis Blessington

Tennyson, Virgil, and the Death of Christmas
Erik Gray

Medea
Ovid (translated by Charles Martin)

Recolenda

The Human Scale
George Santayana

Reviews

The Alexandanabasis
Peter Green

More Quarreling in the Muses’ Birdcage
John Heath

Cultivating Sophistry
Bruce Thornton

Vol. 6.3cover 6.3

Essays, Verse, and Translation

From Stage Set to Heirloom: Greece in the Work of James Merill and Two Poems
Rachel Hadas

Andromeda’s Tears
Paul Barolsky

Trio: Perseus Surprised, Andromeda Unbound; Deceptive Practicality: The Change Seminars
Mark Rudman

Acis and Galatea or Metamorphosis of Tradition
Sara Mack

From Metamorphoses 7
Ovid
(translated by Charles Martin)

Forum

WHO KILLED HOMER? THREE VIEWS AND A REPLY

Can Classicists “Think Like the Greeks”?
Steven J. Willett

Did He Die, or Was He Pushed?
Charles Martindale

Mandarins and Iconoclasts
Peter Green

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Victor Davis Hanson and John Heath

Reviews

The Odes of Horace
Alan Ansen

Epic Statements
Michael C.J.Putnam

Resurrection of a Forgotten Modernist: Not Ifs, Ands, or…?
Peter Green