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Vergil: A Brief Bibliography

Feeney, Denis. 1991. The Gods in Epic. Poets and Critics of the Classical Tradition. New York: Oxford university Press.

Fowler, Don. 1997. "Virgilian Narrative: Story-telling." In Charles Martindale, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Virgil. Cambridge University Press. 259-70.

Harrison, S. J., ed. 1990. Oxford Readings in Vergil's Aeneid. Oxford.

Keith, A.M. 2000. Engendering Rome: Women in Latin Epic. Cambridge.

Laird, Andrew. 2003. "Roman epic theatre? Reception, performance and the poet in Virgil's Aeneid." Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society 49: 19-39.

Perkell, Christine, ed. 1999. Reading Vergil's Aeneid: An Interpretive Guide. Oklahoma.

Sale, Merritt. 1999. "Virgil's Formularity and Pius Aeneas." Signs of Orality: The Oral Tradition and its Influence in the Greek and Roman World. Ed. E. A. Mackay. Leiden: Brill. Pp. 199-220.

Book 1

Hardie, P. R. (1986) Vergil's Aeneid: Cosmos and Imperuim. Oxford. 90-7, 103-10, 180-3.

Perkell, Christine. (1999) "Aeneid 1: An Epic Program." Reading Vergil's Aeneid, An Interpretive Guide, Ed. C. Perkell, Norman. 29-49.

Poschl, Viktor. (1966). "Basic Themes." Virgil: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Steele Commager. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall. 164-82.

Staley, G.A. (1990) "Aeneas' first act: 1, 180-194." Classical World 84: 25-38.

Williams, R. D. (1965-66) "The opening scenes of the Aeneid," Proceedings of the Virgil Society 5: 14-23.

Book 2

Adler, E. (2003) Vergil's Empire: Political Thought in the Aeneid. Lanham, MD.

Bowie, A.M. (1990) "The death of Priam: allegory and history in the Aeneid," Classical Quarterly 40: 470-81

Grandsen, K.W. (1990) "The Fall of Troy," in McAuslan and Walcott (eds.) (1990):121-33.

Hexter, R. (1990) "What was the Trojan Horse made of?: interpreting Vergil's Aeneid." Yale Journal of Criticism 3: 109-31. (Moodle)

Knox, B. (1966). "The Serpent and the Flame: Imagery of the Second Book of the Aeneid." Virgil: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Steele Commager. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall. 124-42.

Putnam, Michael C. J. (1965) "Aeneid Book 2: Madness and Flight." The Poetry of the Aeneid. Cornell. 3-48. (Moodle)

Ross, D. O. (1998) "Images of fallen Troy in the Aeneid." Style and Tradition: Studies in Honor of Wendell Clausen. Ed. P. Knox and C. Foss. Stuttgart and Leipzig: 121-9

Rossi, A. (2002) "The Fall of Troy: between tradition and genre." Clio and the Poets: Augustan Poetry and the Tradition of Ancient Historiography. Ed. D.S. Levene and D.P Nelis. Leiden: 231-51

Sklenar, R. (1990) "The death old Priam: Aeneid 2.506-558," Hermes 118: 67-75.

Smith, R.M. (1999) "Deception and sacrifice in Aeneid 2.1-249," American Journal of Philology 120 (1999): 503-23.

Book 3

Farrell, Joseph. (1997) "The Vergilian Intertext." Cambridge Companion to Virgil. Ed. C. Martindale. Cambridge. 222-38.

Hershkowitz, Debra. (1991) "The Aeneid in Aeneid 3." Vergilius 37: 69-76.

Hexter, R. (1999) "Imitating Troy: A Reading of Aeneid 3." Reading Vergil's Aeneid, An Interpretive Guide, Ed. C. Perkell, Norman. 64-79.

Hinds, S. (1998) Allusion and Intertext: Dynamics of Appropriation in Roman Poetry. Cambridge.

Paschalis, Michael. (1986) "Vergil and the Delphic Oracle." Philologus 130: 44-68.

Quint, David. (1993). "Repetition and Ideology in the Aeneid." In Epic and Empire: Politics and Generic Form from Virgil to Milton. Princeton University Press. 50-96.

Stahl, H-P. (1998) "Political Stop-Overs on a Mythological Travel Route: From Battling Harpies to the Battle of Actium (Aen.3.268-93)." Vergil's Aeneid: Augustan Epic and its Political Context. Ed. H-P. Stahl. Londen and Swansea, Wales: 37-84.

Book 4

Cairns, Francis. (1989) "Kingship and the Love Affair of Aeneas and Dido." Virgil's Augustan Epic. Cambridge. 29-57.

-----. "Dido and the Elegiac Tradition." Virgil's Augustan Epic. Cambridge. 129-50.

James, Sharon L. (2002) "Future Perfect Feminine: Women Past and Present in Vergil's Aeneid. Approaches to Teaching Vergil's Aeneid. Ed.  William S. Anderson and Lorina Quartarone. New York. 138-146. (Moodle)

Keith, A. M. (2000) Engendering Rome: Women in Latin Epic. Cambridge. 1-7 and 101-131.

McManus, Barbara. 1997. "Transgendered Moments. Revisiting Vergil's Aeneid." In Classics and Feminism: Gendering the Classics. Twayne. 91-118.

Nugent, S. G. (1999) "The Women in the Aeneid: Vanishing Bodies, Lingering Voices." Reading Vergil's Aeneid. Ed. C. Perkell. Norman, OK: 251-70.

Perkell, C. (1981). "On Dido and Creusa and the Quality of Victory in Vergil's Aeneid." Woman's Studies 8:201-23; repr. in Reflections of Women in Antiquity, ed. H. Foley. London. 335-77.

Spence, Sarah. (1999) "Varium et Mutabile: Voices of Authority in Aeneid 4." Reading Vergil's Aeneid, An Interpretive Guide, Ed. C. Perkell, Norman. 80-95.

Book 6

Fitzgerald, William. (1984) "Aeneas, Daedalus and the Labyrinth." Arethusa 17: 51-65.

Leach, Eleanor Winsor. (1999) "Viewing the Spectacula of Aeneid 6." Reading Vergil's Aeneid, An Interpretive Guide, Ed. C. Perkell, Norman. 111- 127.

West, D. A. (1990) "The Bough and the Gate." Oxford Readings in Vergil's Aeneid. Ed. S. J. Harrison. Oxford. 224-238.

Zetzel, James E. G. "Rome and its Traditions." Cambridge Companion to Virgil. Ed. C. Martindale. Cambridge. 188-203.

 

Genealogy and Ethnicity

Evans, J.A. 2003. "'Self' and 'Other': The Ideology of Assimilation in Vergil's Aeneid." Scholia 12: 45-59.

*Hannah, B. (2004) Manufacturing Descent: Virgil's Genealogical Engineering," Arethusa 37: 141-64

* Jocelyn, H. (1991) "Virgil and Aeneas' Supposed Italic Ancestry," Sileno 17: 77-100.

*Wiseman, T.P. (1974) "Legendary Genealogies in Late-Repulican Rome," Greece & Rome 21.2: 153-64.

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