Vergiliana : Critical Studies on the Texts of Publius Vergilius Maro

By: Kraggerud, EgilMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Milton : Taylor and Francis, 2016Description: 1 online resource (381 p.)ISBN: 9781315512082Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Vergiliana : Critical Studies on the Texts of Publius Vergilius MaroLOC classification: PA6826 | .K734 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Vergiliana- Front Cover -- Vergiliana -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Notes -- Introduction -- On conjectural activities -- What is a conjecture or, rather, what should it be? -- The diagnosis -- The nature of the paradosis -- Notes -- Bucolica -- Ecl. 1. 69 post aliquot aristas: A disputed phrase in its context -- Ecl. 2. 32 A god's title: Pan the great innovator and model -- Ecl. 3. 62 A conjunction at stake: Theocr. 5. 82 in the balance -- Ecl. 4. 8 One child initiating a new age: A letter added can make a big difference
Ecl. 4. 28-9 Lines sharing words between them: Emphasis achieved by artistry -- Ecl. 4. 62-3 The nature of a baby's smile: A Dutch scholar vindicated -- Ecl. 5. 3 "Why don't we sit down?" in Latin: What Vergil chose to write -- Ecl. 5. 8 Indicative or subjunctive?: In favour of P -- Ecl. 5. 38 The gender of narcissus: Our debt to an ancient grammarian -- Ecl. 5. 66 Altars for Daphnis: Sorting out syntactical order -- Ecl. 6. 1-12 On the genesis of Vergil's earliest poetry: Call. Aet. 1. 21-4 and Theocr. 16 as inspiration
Ecl. 6. 16 Silenus' hangover: The troublesome adverbial 'cluster' procul tantum -- Ecl. 6. 24 The commonest of verbs ousted by a hapax?: Peerlkamp's brilliant point -- Ecl. 6. 34 A dilemma in P: Elided omnia in Vergil? -- Ecl. 6. 74-81 A praeteritio to fill the day: The illustrative effect of complicated syntax -- Ecl. 7. 5 Equal and well-prepared singers: A misleading first impression of their qualities -- Ecl. 7. 29-32 Corydon's promise to Diana: Variation on the usual contract between man and god -- Ecl. 7. 33-6 Thyrsis honouring Priapus: And, unfortunately, revealing his true self
Ecl. 7. 37-44 Love of Galatea: The rivals' respective 'roles' -- Ecl. 7. 53-60 An inevitable transposition: What is either singer's 'part'? -- Ecl. 7. 64 Justice for Venus: Equality restored by an ancient grammarian -- Ecl. 10. 44 A line revisited and clinched: Almost beyond belief: a double corruption -- Notes -- Georgica -- G. 1. 35 Present or perfect I? 97: P and ps. Probus found trustworthy -- G. 1. 36 Hope in Tartarus 98: An example of disregarded potentialis -- G. 1. 83 What does prefixed in- mean?: On homonyms with contrary meaning
G. 1. 500 Two false birds with one stone: Minimal change can work wonders -- G. 3. 159 An unnoticed example of ecquis: A simplification apt to simplify future discussion -- G. 3. 303-4 The reign of the cold Water Bearer: A serious issue for goats -- G. 3. 519 Present or perfect II?: Weighing for and against -- Notes -- Aeneis I-IV -- Ille ego qui The false beginning: Yet requiring the best syntactical understanding -- A. 1. 1-7 Punctuation and structure: The beneficiary effect of a full stop in the flow of lines -- A. 1. 48-9 Indignant Juno: A neglected modal parallelism
A. 1. 380 Jove's descendant: How Aeneas can escape criticism - and save half a line
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Vergiliana- Front Cover -- Vergiliana -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Preface -- Notes -- Introduction -- On conjectural activities -- What is a conjecture or, rather, what should it be? -- The diagnosis -- The nature of the paradosis -- Notes -- Bucolica -- Ecl. 1. 69 post aliquot aristas: A disputed phrase in its context -- Ecl. 2. 32 A god's title: Pan the great innovator and model -- Ecl. 3. 62 A conjunction at stake: Theocr. 5. 82 in the balance -- Ecl. 4. 8 One child initiating a new age: A letter added can make a big difference

Ecl. 4. 28-9 Lines sharing words between them: Emphasis achieved by artistry -- Ecl. 4. 62-3 The nature of a baby's smile: A Dutch scholar vindicated -- Ecl. 5. 3 "Why don't we sit down?" in Latin: What Vergil chose to write -- Ecl. 5. 8 Indicative or subjunctive?: In favour of P -- Ecl. 5. 38 The gender of narcissus: Our debt to an ancient grammarian -- Ecl. 5. 66 Altars for Daphnis: Sorting out syntactical order -- Ecl. 6. 1-12 On the genesis of Vergil's earliest poetry: Call. Aet. 1. 21-4 and Theocr. 16 as inspiration

Ecl. 6. 16 Silenus' hangover: The troublesome adverbial 'cluster' procul tantum -- Ecl. 6. 24 The commonest of verbs ousted by a hapax?: Peerlkamp's brilliant point -- Ecl. 6. 34 A dilemma in P: Elided omnia in Vergil? -- Ecl. 6. 74-81 A praeteritio to fill the day: The illustrative effect of complicated syntax -- Ecl. 7. 5 Equal and well-prepared singers: A misleading first impression of their qualities -- Ecl. 7. 29-32 Corydon's promise to Diana: Variation on the usual contract between man and god -- Ecl. 7. 33-6 Thyrsis honouring Priapus: And, unfortunately, revealing his true self

Ecl. 7. 37-44 Love of Galatea: The rivals' respective 'roles' -- Ecl. 7. 53-60 An inevitable transposition: What is either singer's 'part'? -- Ecl. 7. 64 Justice for Venus: Equality restored by an ancient grammarian -- Ecl. 10. 44 A line revisited and clinched: Almost beyond belief: a double corruption -- Notes -- Georgica -- G. 1. 35 Present or perfect I? 97: P and ps. Probus found trustworthy -- G. 1. 36 Hope in Tartarus 98: An example of disregarded potentialis -- G. 1. 83 What does prefixed in- mean?: On homonyms with contrary meaning

G. 1. 500 Two false birds with one stone: Minimal change can work wonders -- G. 3. 159 An unnoticed example of ecquis: A simplification apt to simplify future discussion -- G. 3. 303-4 The reign of the cold Water Bearer: A serious issue for goats -- G. 3. 519 Present or perfect II?: Weighing for and against -- Notes -- Aeneis I-IV -- Ille ego qui The false beginning: Yet requiring the best syntactical understanding -- A. 1. 1-7 Punctuation and structure: The beneficiary effect of a full stop in the flow of lines -- A. 1. 48-9 Indignant Juno: A neglected modal parallelism

A. 1. 380 Jove's descendant: How Aeneas can escape criticism - and save half a line

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Egil Kraggerud is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Philosophy, History of Art, and Ideas at the University of Oslo, Norway. He has published extensively on Vergil, and has translated works by Vergil, Aeschylus, and Euripides, among others.

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