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


Inside Arion 28.2: Fall 2020




Inside this Issue:

Erictho and Demogorgon: David Quint on poetry against metaphysics

What Virgil should have said, by Kyle Gervais

Limb-loosening: George Saad traces a motif in Vergil

Lawrence Dugan remembers Hurricane Gloria

Three poems by Ricardo Pau-Llosa

Steven Shankman on Xenophilia

Allen Tice translates “Very Late, in Spring”

Propertius’s Elegia I.3 translated by Steven J. Willett

Reflections on Raphael by Paul Barolsky

From the Front: Avi Sharon translates poems by Nicolas Aliferis

Louis A. Ruprecht Jr. reviews Kathryn A. Kozaitis’s Indebted: An Ethnography of Despair and Resilience in Greece’s Second City



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