Table of contents for Defining genre and gender in Roman literature : essays presented to William S. Anderson on his seventy-fifth birthday / edited by Garth Tissol, William Batstone.

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Table of Contents
List of Contributors									 iii
Introduction										 v
William W. Batstone									 1	
Plautine Farce and Plautine Freedom: An Essay on the Value of Metatheatre
Alan Zeitlin										 47
Plutarch's Moralia 712C, Menander's Love Plots, and Terence's Eunuchus
Richard Freis										 61
Amor and Pietas: The Catullan Revolution and the Horatian Counter-Revolution
Anthony Corbeill									 84	
The Topography of Fides in Propertius 1.16
Garth Tissol										 104
Maimed Books and Maimed Authors: Tristia 1.7 and the Fate of the 
Bracht Branham									126
The Poetics of Genre: Bakhtin, Menippus, Petronius
W. Ralph Johnson									158
Small Wonders: The Poetics of Martial, Book Fourteen
Carole Newlands									174
Animal Claquers: Statius Silv. 2.4 and 2.5
Gregson Davis									204
From Lyric to Elegy: The Inscription of the Elegiac Subject in Heroides 15 
(Sappho to Phaon)
Elizabeth Sutherland									224
Literary Women in Horace's Odes 2.11 and 2.12
Ellen Greene										245	
	Gender and Genre in Propertius 2.8 and 2.9
Leslie Cahoon										276
Haunted Husbands: Orpheus's Song (Ovid, Metamorphoses 10-11) in Light of 
Ted Hughes's Birthday Letters
Sharon James										317
A Courtesan's Choreography: Female Liberty and Male Anxiety at the Roman 
Dinner Party
Jo-Ann Shelton									351
Putting Women in Their Place: Gender, Species, and Hierarchy in Apuleius' 
Abbreviations										389
Works Cited										391
Publications of William S. Anderson						420

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Latin literature -- History and criticism.
Literary form -- History -- To 500.
Women and literature -- Rome.
Women in literature.