Table of contents for Gendered dynamics in Latin love poetry / edited by Ronnie Ancona and Ellen Greene.

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List of Contributors
Introduction, Ronnie Ancona and Ellen Greene
Part I: Male Desire and Sexuality
1.	Propertian Closure: The Elegiac Inscription of the Liminal Male and Ideological 
Contestation in Augustan Rome, Trevor Fear
2.	(Un)Constrained Male Desire: An Intertextual Reading of Horace Odes 2.8 and 
Catullus Poem 61, Ronnie Ancona
3.	Gender Identity and the Elegiac Hero in Propertius 2.1, Ellen Greene
4.	Impossible Lesbians in Ovid's Metamorphoses, Kirk Ormand
Part II: The Gaze
5.	Vision and Desire in Horace Carmina 2.5, Elizabeth Sutherland
6.	Ovid's Satirical Remedies, Christopher Brunelle
7.	The Fixing Gaze: Movement, Image, and Gender in Ovid's Metamorphoses, 
Patricia Salzman-Mitchell
8.	Facing Facts: Ovid's Medicamina through the Looking Glass, Victoria Rimell
9.	The Lover as a Model Viewer: Gendered Dynamics in Propertius 1.3, Hérica 
10.	The Lover's Gaze and Cynthia's Glance, Kerill O'Neill
Part III: Female Subjectivity and Silence
11.	Hermeneutic Uncertainty and the Feminine in Ovid's Ars Amatoria: The Procris 
and Cephalus Digression, Phebe Lowell Bowditch
12.	Amor versus Roma: Gender and Landscape in Propertius 4.4, Tara S. Welch
13.	Silenced Subjects: Ovid and the Heroines in Exile, Efrossini Spentzou

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Love poetry, Latin -- History and criticism.
Man-woman relationships in literature.
Feminism and literature -- Rome.
Women and literature -- Rome.
Sex role in literature.