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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 Metamorphoses 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' Metamorphoses Abbreviations 389 Works Cited 391 Publications of William S. Anderson 420
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Latin literature -- History and criticism.
Literary form -- History -- To 500.
Women and literature -- Rome.
Women in literature.