Table of contents for Writing exile : the discourse of displacement in Greco-Roman antiquity and beyond / edited by Jan Felix Gaertner.


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"Notes  n  the  Contibutors   ..................................................................  xi
Chapter 1. The Discourse of Displacement in Greco-Roman
A n tiq u n y  .................................................................................  1
JAN FEX ( GAERITNER
ihapter 2. Early Expatriates: Displacement and Exile in
A rchaic  Poet y  . ..... .... ....... ...... ..........................................
E:WN L. BowIr
Chapter 3 Exile: the Making of the Greek Historian ..............  5
JoNx Dn LERY
Chapter 4. Exile on Main Stree: Citizen Diogenes 1..
ROBFRT BRMicHT BRANH AM
Chapter . Later Greek Vices on the Predicament of Exile:
fora  Tees to  Plutarch  and  Favorinus  .....................................  7
HEINZ -GC   iHER NESSELRiTH
Chapter 6  Cicero  s Rom an  Exie  ...............................................  109
SAAH T. CO-HEN
Chapter 7. xie    Latin Epic.                                 129
STEPHENJ. HvARRISON
Chapter 8. Oid and ithe Poeics of Exile': How Exic is Ovid's
E x ile  P o e   .............................................................................  1
JAN FELIX GACr RTNER
Chapter 9. Dialogue o DDisplacement: Seneca s Consolations
to  H elvia  and  Polybi s  ..........................................................  173
ELAINE IA TiiAM
Chapter 10. Dio' Eile: Politics, Philsophl y Literature .1........  193
PAOLO DESIDERI
Chaper 11 Ovid and the Medieval Exii Imaginar  ...     209
LIPH J. HfEX' ER
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Classical literature History and criticism, Exiles' writings History and criticism, Exile (Punishment) in literature, Greco-Roman antiquity