Table of contents for Catullus / edited by Julia Haig Gaisser.

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Introduction: Themes in Catullan Criticism (ca.1950-2000) 1
author Julia Haig Gaisser
part I. CATULLUS AND HIS BOOKS
chapter 1. Catullus, c. 1 27
author Frank Copley (1951)
chapter 2. Catullus 116 35
author C. W. Macleod (1973)
chapter 3. Metrical Variations and Some Textual Problems in Catullus 45
author Otto Skutsch (1969)
chapter 4. Catulli Veronensis Liber 56
author Wendell Clausen (1976)
chapter 5. The Collection 66
author T. P. Wiseman (1979)
part II. NEW CRITICISM AND CATULLUS' SAPPHICS
chapter 6. Catullan Otiosi: The Lover and the Poet 77
author Charles Segal (1970)
chapter 7. Catullus 11: The Ironies of Integrity 87
author Michael C. J. Putnam (1974)
part III. NEOTERIC POETICS
chapter 8. The Neoteric Poets 109
author R. O. A. M. Lyne (1978)
chapter 9. The Roman Poetic Traditions: The Neoteric Elegiacs and the Epigrams Proper 141
author David O. Ross, Jr. (1969)
part IV. ALLUSION AND INTERTEXT
chapter 10. Poetic Memory and the Art of Allusion 167
author Gian Biagio Conte (1971)
Translated by Leofranc Holford-Strevens
chapter 11. Poem 101 177
author Giuseppe Gilberto Biondi (1976)
Translated by Leofranc Holford-Strevens
chapter 12. Catullus, Ennius, and the Poetics of Allusion 198
author James E. G. Zetzel (1983)
chapter 13. Threads in the Labyrinth: Competing Views and Voices in Catullus 64 217
author Julia Haig Gaisser (1995)
part V. OBSCENITY AND INVECTIVE
chapter 14. Obscenity in Catullus 261
author Donald Lateiner (1977)
chapter 15. Catullus and the Art of Crudity 282
author Amy Richlin (1992)
part VI. DEBATING THE SPARROW
chapter 16. How the Sparrow of Catullus is to be Understood, and a Passage Pointed Out in Martial 305
author Angelo Poliziano (1489)
chapter 17. The Flea and the Sparrow 308
author Jacopo Sannazaro (c. 1490)
chapter 18. O factum male! O miselle passer! 311
author Pierio Valeriano (1521)
chapter 19. Animal Imagery and the Sparrow 314
author J. N. Adams (1982)
chapter 20. In Defence of Catullus' Dirty Sparrow 318
author Richard W. Hooper (1985)
part VII. ROMAN REALITIES
chapter 21. A World Not Ours 343
author T. P. Wiseman (1985)
chapter 22. Catullus XLII 356
author Eduard Fraenkel (1961)
chapter 23. Friendship, Politics, and Literature in Catullus: Poems 1, 65 and 66, 116 369
author W. Jeffrey Tatum (1997)
chapter 24. Non inter nota sepulchra: Catullus 101 and Roman Funerary Ritual 399
author Andrew Feldherr (2000)
part VIII. THE LENS OF THEORY
chapter 25. `Shall I Compare Thee...?' Catullus 68B and the Limits of Analogy 429
author Denis Feeney (1992)
chapter 26. Ego Mulier: The Construction of Male Sexuality in Catullus 447
author Marilyn B. Skinner (1993)
chapter 27. Sappho 31 and Catullus 51: The Dialogism of Lyric 476
author Paul Allen Miller (1993)
chapter 28. Ceveat lector: Catullus and the Rhetoric of Performance 490
author Daniel L. Selden (1992)
Acknowledgements 560
References 562
Index 605

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Catullus, Gaius Valerius -- Criticism and interpretation.
Latin poetry -- History and criticism.