Virgil: The Aeneid

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Philip R. Hardie
Taylor & Francis, 1999 - Aeneas (Legendary character) in literature - 399 pages
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Contents

Heinze Ninety Years On P R Hardie 1
1
Descent into Hell Reading Ambiguity or Virgil and the Critics C Martindale
14
The Two Voices of Virgils Aeneid A Parry
49
An Interpretation of the Aeneid W Clausen
65
Vergils Second Iliad W S Anderson
74
Achilles as Model for Aeneas L A MacKay
87
Vergils Aeneid and Homer G N Knauer
93
Virgils Aeneid in the Light of Its Own Time E Norden
114
On Allegorical Interpretation A Wlosok
244
Roman Generalship in an Epic Context R G M Nisbet
254
The AeneasLegend and the Aeneid N Horsfall
265
Virgil and the Poetry of Explanations N Horsfall
278
The Creation of Characters in the Aeneid J Griffin
287
Deviant Focalisation in Virgils Aeneid D Fowler
302
Representations of Suffering and Interpretation in the Aeneid A Barchiesi
324
The Imagery of the Second Book of the Aeneid B M W Knox
345

Sociological Approaches to the Interpretation of the Aeneid A La Penna
173
The Taciturnity of Aeneas D Feeney
183
Aeneas and the Stoic Ideal C M Bowra
204
Virgil and the Spirit of Endurance P McGushin
218
Parallelism of Theme and Imagery in Aeneid II and IV
363
MultipleCorrespondence Similes in the Aeneid D West
384
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