Classical Studies
LAT 4-312-2016

The Age of Cicero

 

Select Bibliography for Cicero in Exile

Asmis, Elizabeth. 2005. “A New Kind of Model: Cicero’s Roman Constitution in De Republica,” American Journal of Philology 126: 377-416.

Butler, Shane. 2002. The Hand of Cicero. London and New York.

Claasen, Jo-Marie. 1999. Displaced Persons: The Literature of Exile from Cicero to Boethius. London.

Corbeill, Anthony. 2002. “Ciceronian Invective,” in James M. May ed. Brill’s Companion to Cicero: Oratory and Rhetoric. Leiden: 197-218.

Craig, Christopher. 2004. “Audience Expectations, Invective and Proof,” in J. Powell and J. Paterson eds. Cicero the Advocate. Oxford.

Culpepper Stroup, Sarah. 2010. Catullus, Cicero, and a Society of Patrons: The Generation of the Text. Cambridge. Dugan, John. 2005.

Dyck, Andrew R. 2004. “Cicero’s Devotio: The role of Dux and Scape-goat in His Post Reditum Rhetoric,” Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 102: 299-314.

Epstein, David F. 1987. Personal Enmity in Roman Politics 218-43 BC. London and New York.

Gallagher, Robert L. 2001. “Metaphor in Cicero’s De Re Publica,” The Classical Quarterly NS 51.2:509-19.

Gildenhard, Ingo. 2011. Creative Eloquence: The Construction of Reality in Cicero’s Speeches. Oxford.

Gurd, Sean. 2007. “Cicero and Editorial Revision,” Classical Antiquity 26.1: 49-80.

Hutchinson, G. O. 1998. Cicero’s Correspondence: A Literary Study. Oxford.

Kaster, R. 2006. Cicero. Speech on Behalf of Publius Sestius. Oxford.

Kelly, Gordon P. 2006. A History of Exile in the Roman Republic. Cambridge.

Lintott, Andrew. 1968. Violence in Republican Rome. Oxford.

May, James M. ed. 2002. Brill’s Companion to Cicero: Oratory and Rhetoric. Leiden.

Mitchell, Thomas. 1991. Cicero: The Senior Statesman. London and New Haven.

Morstein-Marx, Robert. 2004. Mass Oratory and Political Power in the Late Roman Republic. Cambridge.

Nicholson, John. 1992. Cicero’s Return from Exile. New York.

Riggsby, Andrew. 2002. “The Post Reditum Speeches,” in James M. May ed. Brill’s Companion to Cicero: Oratory and Rhetoric. Leiden: 160-195.

Robinson, Arthur. 1994. “Cicero’s References to his Banishment,” Classical World 87: 475-80.

Schofield, Malcolm. 1995. “Cicero’s Definition of Res Publica,” in J. G. F. Powell, ed. Cicero the Philosopher. Oxford: 63-83. Shackleton Bailey, D. R. 1965-70.

Steel, C. E. W. 2005. Reading Cicero: Genre and Performance in Late Republican Rome. London.

Stroh, Wilfried. 2006. "De Domo sua: Legal Problem and Structure," in J.G.F. Powell, and J. Paterson eds. Cicero the Advocate. Oxford. 

Tatum, W. Jeffrey. 1999. The Patrician Tribune: Publius Clodius Pulcher. Chapel Hill.

Treggiari, Susan. 2007. Terentia, Tullia, and Publilia: The Women of Cicero's Family. London and New York.

Vasaly, Ann. 1993. Representations: Images of the world in Ciceronian Oratory. Berkeley.

White, Peter. 2010. Cicero in Letters: Epistolary Relations of the Late Republic. Oxford.

Zarecki, Jonathan. 2014. Cicero's Ideal Statesman in Theory and Practice. London.

Zetzel, James E. G. ed. 1998. Cicero De Re Publica. Selections. Cambridge.

 



Maintained by: classical_studies@cornellcollege.edu Last Update: November 27, 2016 3:26 pm

Professor John Gruber-Miller
LAT 5-312-2004
The Age of Cicero

©2003 Cornell College; All Rights Reserved