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Title Horace's Epodes : contexts, intertexts, and reception / Philippa Bather and Claire Stocks.
Imprint Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press, 2016.
Edition First edition.

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Subject Horace. Epodae.
Horace -- Appreciation -- History.
Alt Name Bather, Philippa,
Stocks, Claire,
Description 1 online resource
Edition First edition.
Summary Covering a range of topics including the iambic tradition and aspects of gender, this collection of essays on the Epodes overturns the work's ill-famed reputation and reasserts its place as a valued member of Horace's literary corpus.
Note This edition previously issued in print: 2016.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover ; Horace's Epodes: Context, Intertexts, and Reception; Copyright ; Editors' Preface; Acknowledgements; Contents; List of Editions and Abbreviations; List of Contributors; Horace's Epodes: Introduction; I . HORACE: THE MAN AND HIS WORK; II. HORACE'S EPODES AND THE IAMBIC TRADITION; III. RECEPTION OF THE EPODES: SCHOLARSHIP, INTERESTS, AND TRENDS; 1: Lycambae spretus infido gener j aut acerhostis Bupalo Horace's Epodes and the Greek Iambic Tradition; 1.1. IAMBIC BREADTH; 1.2. IAMBIC EXPECTATIONS; 1.3. IAMBIC ORIGINS; 1.4. IAMBIC CLASSICS.
2: Of Cabbages and Kin: Traces of Lucilius in the First Half of Horace's Epodes2.1. ARCHILOCHEAN SIDE-SWITCHING; 2.2. WOLVES AND DAUGHTERS; 2.3. BELTS; 2.4. SORREL; 2.5. KEEPING REGULAR; 3: Poetic Justice: Iambos, Fable, and Horace's First Epode; 4: Girls Will Be Boys and Boys Will Be Girls, Or, What is the Gender of Horace's Epodes?; 4.1. MAECENAS THE MIDWIFE; 4.2. HORACE'S CRON(I)ES; 5: Dithyrambic Iambics: Epode 9 and its General(s') Confusion; 5.1. IT IS BUT A SWEET DANGER . . .; 5.2. TO SEE HISTORY DOUBLE.
6: Monsters in the Night: Hannibal, prodigia, and the Parallel Worlds of Epode 16 and Ode 4.46.1. EPODE 16: ABOMINATUS HANNIBAL; 6.2. MONSTERS OF THE NIGHT: THE SHARED WORLDS OF HANNIBAL AND THE OWL; 6.3. THE BOY AND THE OWL OF EPODE 5; 6.4. ODE 4.4: POETRY REWRITTEN; 6.5. CONCLUSION: OF OWLS AND MEN; 7: The Underwood of Satire: Reading the Epodes through Ovid's Ibis; 7.1. GOING WITH IBIS; 7.2. WAR AND POETRY IN ARCHILOCHUS FR. 1 W.; 7.3. SAILING AND STENCH; 7.4. FORM AND FRIENDSHIP; 7.5. CONCLUSIONS.
8: Horace's noxiosissimum corpus: Horatian Impotence (Epodes) and Moderation (Satires, Epistles 1) at Petronius Satyricon 1308.1. FRAMING ENCOLPIUS' SEXUAL ENERVATION: OVID'S AMORES 3.7 AND HORACE'S EPODES; 8.2. ENCOLPIUS' 'HORATION' SOLUTION: HORACE'S SATIRES AND EPISTLES 1 AND MODERATION; 8.3. HORACE'S NOXIOSISSIMUM CORPUS; 9: Scenes from the Afterlife of Horace's Epodes (c.1600-1900); Bibliography; Index Locorum; General Index.
Note Online resource; title from home page (viewed on April 26, 2016).
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