By Marilyn B. Skinner
- Explores the paintings of Catullus, the best Roman ‘lyric poets’
- Provides discussions approximately construction, style, kind, and reception, in addition to interpretive essays on key poems and teams of poems
- Grounds Catullus within the socio-historical global round him
- Chapters problem bought knowledge, current unique readings, and recommend new interpretations of biographical evidence
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