Patterns of Redemption in Virgil's Georgics
Llewelyn Morgan, Morgan Llewelyn, University Lecturer in Classical Language and Literature Llewelyn Morgan
Cambridge University Press, 2 Eyl 1999 - 255 sayfa
The vindication of Octavian also has strictly literary implications for Virgil. The close of the poem sees Virgil asserting his mastery of the Homeric mode of poetry, the most sublime available, and the providential world-view it was thought to embody."--Jacket.
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