Volume 25

Volume 25

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Arion 25.1 Spring/Summer 2017                           

Essays and Verse

Aeneid, vi.679–751

Virgil (Translated by David Ferry)

 

Nausikaa and the Word that Must Not Be Spoken: A Reading of Homer’s Odyssey, Book Six

Norman Austin

 

From Propertius

Brian Walters

 

O te, Bolane, cerebri felicem: Roberto Bolaño harasses Horace

Ian Fielding

 

Horace Counts His Blessings

Horace (Translated by Karl Johnson)

 

Catullus, Hip-hop, and Masculinity

Colin Cromwell Pang

 

Two Poems

Margaret Wack

 

Ingesting Magic: Ingredients and Ecstatic Outcomes in the Greek and Demotic Magical Papyri

Alan Sumler

 

Two Poems

Joan Kimball

 

Gambling with Demeter: Winning, Losing, and Successful Outcome in Herodotus’ Histories

Joseph Russo and Bennett Simon

 

From Mutabor

Karl Kirchwey

 

Reviews

We Never Got the Joke: Comedy and Tragedy in Modern Politics

Angus Fletcher, Comic Democracies: From Ancient Athens to the American Republic

Louis A. Ruprecht Jr.

 

On Black Ground: The Berlin Painter at Princeton

The Berlin Painter and His World: Athenian Vase-Painting in the Early Fifth Century B.C., March 4, 2017–June 11, 2017, Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton, New Jersey.

Helaine L. Smith

–Cover: “Palmyra” by Wendy Artin