Table of contents for A companion to Latin literature / edited by Stephen Harrison.

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Notes on contributors
Introduction: Constructing Latin Literature: Stephen Harrison (Corpus Christi College, Oxford)
Part I Periods 
1 The Early Republic: The Beginnings to 90 BC: Sander M. Goldberg (University of California, Los 
2 The Late Republican/Triumviral period: 90-40 BC: David Levene (University of Leeds)
3 The Augustan Period: 40 BC- AD 14: Joseph Farrell (University of Pennsylvania)
4 The Early Empire: AD 14-68: Roland Mayer (University of London)
5 The High Empire: AD 69-200: Bruce Gibson (University of Liverpool.)
Part II Genres 
6 Narrative Epic: Philip Hardie (University of Oxford)
7 Didactic Epic: Monica Gale (Classics at Trinity College, Dublin.)
8 Roman Tragedy: Elaine Fantham (Princeton University)
9 Comedy, Atellane Farce and Mime: Costas Panayotakis (University of Glasgow)
10 Pastoral: Stephen Heyworth (Wadham College, Oxford)
11 Love Elegy: Roy Gibson (University of Manchester)
12 Satire: Llewelyn Morgan (Brasenose College, Oxford)
13 Lyric and Iambic: Stephen Harrison (Corpus Christi College, Oxford)
14 Epigram: Lindsay Watson (University of Sydney)
15 The Novel: Stephen Harrison (Corpus Christi College, Oxford)
16 Dialogues and Treatises: Jonathan Powell (Royal Holloway, University of London)
17 Historiography and Biography: Christina Shuttleworth Kraus (Oriel College, Oxford)
18 Oratory: Dominic Berry (University of Leeds)
19 Letter-writing: Catherine Edwards (Birkbeck College, University of London)
Part III Themes 
20 Decline and Nostalgia: Stephen Harrison (Corpus Christi College, Oxford)
21 Art and Text: Jas Elsner (Corpus Christi College, Oxford)
22 The Passions: Robert A. Kaster (Princeton University)
23 Sex and Gender: Alison Keith (University of Toronto)
24 Friendship and Patronage: David Konstan (Brown University)
25 Romans and Others: Yasmin Syed (Stanford University)
26 Marriage and Family: Susan Treggiari (Stanford University)
27 Slavery and Class: Thomas Habinek (University of Southern California)
28 Centre and Periphery: Alessandro Barchiesi (University of Siena)
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Latin literature History and criticism Handbooks, manuals, etc, Latin literature Themes, motives Handbooks, manuals, etc, Authors, Latin Biography Handbooks, manuals, etc, Rome Intellectual life Handbooks, manuals, etc, Rome In literature Handbooks, manuals, etc