Volume 9

Vol. 9.1cover 9.1

Essays and Verse

Popcorn and Circus: Gladiator and the Spectacle of Virtue
Amelia Arenas

Genre as Abstraction and Genres as Reality: The Dialectics of Closure and Openness
Sergei Averintsev
(translated by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky)

Intermissa Venus (Ode 4.1)
Horace
(translated by Jacob Louis Mackey)

The Art of Founding Autochthony: Thebes, Athens, and Old-Stock French
Marcel Detienne
(translated by Elizabeth Jones)

Hypotenuses
Ann Taylor

Don Quixote Responds to the Windmill: A Riposte to Richard Seaford on the New Ritualism
Rainer Friedrich

Ikaria
Peter Green

Jupiter in Ovid’s Metamorphoses
Charles Segal

Two Odes
Horace
(translated by Rosanna Warren)

Reviews

Was Homer A Poet?
Paolo Vivante, Homeric Rhythm: A Philosophical Study.
Norman Austin

Experiencing Virgil
Richard Jenkyns, Virgil’s Experience: Nature and History, Times, Names, and Places.
Karl Galinsky

Vol. 9.2cover 9.2

Essays and Verse

The Tears and the Trumpets
Tony Harrison

On Wandering and Wondering: Theoria in Greek Philosophy and Culture
Andrea Wilson Nightingale

Volterra
Mark Rudman

The Aesthetic Turn: Latin Poetry and the Judgement of Taste
Charles Martindale

The Horseshoe Finder
Osip Mandelstam
Translated by Stephen J. Willet

The Mighty River of Classics: Tradition and Innovation in Modern Education
Camille Paglia

Voice From The Front

Stoppard’s Housman
Kenneth Reckford

Reviews

Minos Britannicus
Davina Huxley, ed.,
Cretan Quests: British Explorers, Excavators, and Historians; Cyrus H.Gordon, “A Scholars Odyssey”; Joseph Alexander MacGillivray, Minotaur: Sir Arthur Evans and the Archaeology of the Minoan Myth
William M. Calder III

Arrowsmith’s Montale

Translating Montale
Joseph Cary

A Poet and His Muses
Eugenio Montale, Satura, translated by William Arrowsmith and edited by Rosanna Warren
Charles Tomlinson

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Essays and Verse

Black and White Magic in Ovid’s Metamorphoses: Passion, Love, and Art
Charles Segal

Broken: The Venus de Milo
Amelia Arenas

Misunderstanding Socrates
Robert B. Talisse

Ibis
Ovid
(translated by Peter Green)

Twenty-first Century Persius
Susanna Morton Braund, Sarah Knight, Serena Connolly, Matte Wille, Stephanie Suzanne Spaulding, Chris van den Berg, Isaac Myers, Will Washburn, Brett Foster, Joseph Fouse

Egil & Eagle Bark
Tony Harrison

Reviews

The Dante Perplex
Peter S. Hawkins and Rachel Jacoff, eds., The Poets’ Dante: Twentieth Century Responses

Rachel Hadas

To Corinth and Back
Anthony Grafton, Commerce with the Classics: Ancient Books and Renaissance Readers

Luc Deitz

Reading Money: Leslie Kurke on the Politics of Meaning in Archaic Greece
Leslie Kurke, Coins, Bodies, Games and Gold: The Politics of Meaning in Archaic Greece

And

Bacchae
, Ritual, and Tragedy: Concluding Remarks
Richard Seaford