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A Companion to Vergil's Aeneid and Its Tradition
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Illustrations viii Notes on Contributors x Preface xv Acknowledgments xvi Note on References xvii Introduction 1 Joseph Farrell and Michael C.J. Putnam PART I The Aeneid in Antiquity 11 1 Vergil's Library 13 Damien P. Nelis 2 On First Looking into Vergil's Homer 26 Ralph Hexter 3 The Development of the Aeneas Legend 37 Sergio Casali 4 Aeneas' Sacral Authority 52 Vassiliki Panoussi 5 Vergil's Roman 66 J.D. Reed 6 Vergil, Ovid, and the Poetry of Exile 80 Michael C.J. Putnam 7 The Unfinished Aeneid? 96 James J. O'Hara 8 The Life of Vergil before Donatus 107 Fabio Stok PART II Medieval and Renaissance Receptions 121 9 Vergil and St. Augustine 123 Garry Wills 10 Felix Casus: The Dares and Dictys Legends of Aeneas 133 Sarah Spence 11 Vergil in Dante 147 Rachel Jacoff 12 Marvelous Vergil in the Ferrarese Renaissance 158 Dennis Looney 13 Spenser's Vergil: The Faerie Queene and the Aeneid 173 Philip Hardie 14 The Aeneid in the Age of Milton 186 Henry Power 15 Practicing What They Preach? Vergil and the Jesuits 203 Yasmin Haskell 16 The Aeneid from the Aztecs to the Dark Virgin: Vergil, Native Tradition, and Latin Poetry in Colonial Mexico from Sahagun's Memoriales (1563) to Villerias' Guadalupe (1724) 217 Andrew Laird 17 Vergil and Printed Books, 1500 1800 234 Craig Kallendorf PART III The Aeneid in Music and the Visual Arts 251 18 Vergil and the Pamphili Family in Piazza Navona, Rome 253 Ingrid Rowland 19 Visual and Verbal Translation of Myth: Neptune in Vergil, Rubens, and Dryden 270 Reuben A. Brower 20 The AEneas of Vergil: A Dramatic Performance Presented in the Original Latin by John Ogilby 290 Kristi Eastin 21 Empire and Exile: Vergil in Romantic Art 311 David Blayney Brown 22 Laocoons 325 Glenn W. Most 23 Vergil in Music 341 William Fitzgerald PART IV The American Aeneid 353 24 Vergil and the Early American Republic 355 Carl J. Richard 25 Why Did American Women Read the Aeneid? 366 Caroline Winterer 26 Vergil in the Black American Experience 376 Michele Valerie Ronnick 27 Vergil and Founding Violence 391 Michele Lowrie 28 Figuring the Founder: Vergil and the Challenge of Autocracy 404 Joy Connolly PART V Modern Reactions to the Aeneid 419 29 Classic Vergil 421 Kenneth Haynes 30 Vergil's Detractors 435 Joseph Farrell 31 Mind the Gap: On Foreignizing Translations of the Aeneid 449 Susanna Morton Braund 32 Vergil's Aeneid and Contemporary Poetry 465 Karl Kirchwey Bibliography 482 Index 531

About the Author

Joseph Farrell is Professor of Classical Studies at theUniversity of Pennsylvania. He is the author of several books andpapers on Latin literature, including Vergil s Georgicsand the Traditions of Ancient Epic (1991), and LatinLanguage and Latin Culture from Ancient to Modern Times(2001). Michael C. J. Putnam is MacMillan Professor of Classicsand Professor of Comparative Literature, Emeritus, at BrownUniversity. His works include Maffeo Vegio: Short Epics(2004), Poetic Interplay: Catullus and Horace (2006), andThe Virgilian Tradition: The First Fifteen Hundred Years(with Jan Ziolkowski, 2008)

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"In all, the volume has much to recommend it, reaching the heights of sublimity more often than sending its readers to purgatory. For such an enormous enterprise the editors are to be congratulated, especially as it is well-produced, with very few errors or problems." (Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 16 August 2011) "Cooperation among the various authors is a significant feature of the book... In sum, this volume includes something for any lover of Virgil." (Choice, January 2011) "This is a useful reference for scholars in a number of disciplines." (Book News, Inc., November 2010)

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