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Subversive Desires: Roman Love Elegy Course Reading List

Subversive Desires: Roman Love Elegy, 2021/22, Semester 1
Dr Paul White
p.m.white@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

Set Texts 

Juster, A.M. (tr.) (2012), Tibullus : elegies ; text, introduction and commentary , Oxford (Oxford Worlds Classics).  

Lee, G. (tr.) (2009), Propertius, The poems, Oxford (Oxford Worlds Classics).  

Melville, A.D. (tr.) (2008), Ovid, The love poems, Oxford (Oxford Worlds Classics).  

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General on Roman Elegy and its contexts

Acosta-Hughes, B. and Stephens, S.A. (2012), Callimachus in context : from Plato to the Augustan poets , Leiden.    

Allen, A.W. (1950), ‘“Sincerity” and the Roman Elegists’, Classical Philology. 45.3: 145-160.    

Ancona, R. and Greene, E. (eds.) (2005), Gendered dynamics in Latin love poetry , Baltimore.   

Barchiesi, A. (2001), ‘Teaching Augustus through Allusion’, in Fox, M. and Marchesi, S. (eds. and trans.) (2001), Speaking volumes : narrative and intertext in Ovid and other Latin poets , (London): 79–104. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Cameron, A. (1995), Callimachus and His Critics , Princeton.

Caston, R.R. (2012), The elegiac passion : jealousy in Roman love elegy , Oxford.   

Drinkwater, M.O. (2013), ‘The Woman’s Part: The Speaking Beloved in Roman Elegy’, The Classical quarterly. 63: 329–38    

Edwards, C. (1993), The politics of immorality in ancient Rome , Cambridge: ‘Chapter 2: Mollitia: Reading the Body’, pp. 63-97. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Fantham, E. (2001), ‘Roman Elegy: Problems of Self-Definition, and Redirection’, inKerkhecker, A. and Schwindt, J.P. (eds) (2001) L’histoire littéraire immanente dans la poésie latine: huit exposés suivis de discussions (Geneva): 183–220.

Fantuzzi, M. (2003), ‘Pastoral love and “elegiac” love, from Greece to Rome’, Leeds international Classical studies [electronic resource]. 2.3: 1-11.    

Favro, D. (2005), ‘Making Rome a World City’, in Galinsky, K.G. (ed.) (2005), The Cambridge Companion to the Age of Augustus, Cambridge: 234-263.    

Fear, T. (2000), ‘The Poet as Pimp: Elegiac Seduction in the Time of Augustus’, Arethusa. 33: 217–39.


Fitzgerald, W. (2000), Slavery and the Roman Literary Imagination, Cambridge.

Fredrick, D. (1997), ‘Reading Broken Skin: Violence in Roman Elegy’, in Hallett, J. and Skinner, M. (eds.) (1997), Roman sexualities , Princeton: 172-193. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (LW 13/09/2021)    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Galinsky, K. (1969), ‘The Triumph Theme in Augustan Elegy’, Wiener Studien : Zeitschrift für Klassische Philologie, Patristik und lateinische Tradition. n.s. 3: 75-107.  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018)   

Galinsky, K. (1996), Augustan Culture : an interpretive introduction, Princeton.   

Gamel, M.-K. (1998), ‘Reading as a Man: Performance and Gender in Roman Elegy’, Helios 25: 79-95.  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018)   

Gardner, H. (2013), Gendering time in Augustan love elegy , Oxford.    Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Gibson, R. (1995), ‘How to Win Girlfriends and Influence Them: Amicitia in Roman Love Elegy’, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society. 41: 62–82 Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 
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Gold, B.K. (ed.) (2012), A companion to Roman love elegy , Malden, MA.   

Gold, B.K. (1993), ‘“But Ariadne was Never There in the First Place”: Finding the Female in Roman Poetry’, in Rabinowitz, N.S. and Richlin, A. (eds.), Feminist theory and the classics , NY: 75-101. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 
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Greene, E. (1998), The erotics of domination : male desire and the mistress in Latin love poetry , Baltimore.   

Greene, E. (2001), ‘Gender Identity and the Elegiac Hero’, Arethusa. 33: 241-262.    

Hallett, J.P. (1973), ‘The Rome of Women in Roman elegy: Counter-Cultural Feminism’, Arethusa. 6: 103-124.    

Hallett, J. and Skinner, M. (eds.) (1997), Roman sexualities , Princeton.   

Hemelrijk, E.A. (1999), Matrona docta : educated women in the Roman élite from Cornelia to Julia Domna , London.

Henderson. J. (1999), Writing down Rome : satire, comedy, and other offences in Latin poetry , Oxford: Chapter 7: "Satire Writes Women: Gendersong", pp. 173-201. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Heslin, P. (2011), “Metapoetic Pseudonyms in Horace, Propertius and Ovid”, The journal of Roman studies. 101, pp. 51-72.    

Hunter, R. L. (2006), The Shadow of Callimachus: Studies in the Reception of Hellenistic Poetry at Rome , Cambridge.

James, S.L. (2003), Learned girls and male persuasion : gender and reading in Roman love elegy , Berkeley.   

James, S.L. (2003), ‘Her Turn to Cry: The Politics of Weeping in Roman Love Elegy, TAPA 133.1: 99-122. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 19/07/2018)    

James, S.L. (2010), ‘“Ipsa Dixerat”: Women’s Words in Roman Love Elegy’, Phoenix. 64.3/4: 314-344.    

Janan, M. (2012), ‘Lacanian Psychoanalytical Theory and Roman Love Elegy’, in Gold, B.K. (ed.) (2012), A companion to Roman love elegy , Malden, MA: 375-389. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Keith, A. (1999), ‘Slender Verse: Roman Elegy and Ancient Rhetorical Theory’, Mnemosyne. 52.1: 41-62.    

Kennedy, D.F. (1993), The arts of love : five studies in the discourse of Roman love elegy , Cambridge.    Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Kennedy, D.F. (1992), ‘“Augustan” and “Anti-Augustan”: Reflections on Terms of Reference’, in Powell, A. (ed.) (1992), Roman poetry and propaganda in the age of Augustus , London: 26-58. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva     OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Liveley, G. and Salzman-Mitchell, P. (eds.) (2008), Latin elegy and narratology : fragments of story , Columbus, Ohio.

Luck, G. (1969, 2nd ed.), The Latin Love Elegy, London.   

Lyne, R.O.A.M. (1980), Latin love poets : from Catullus to Horace , Oxford.   

Lyne, R.O.A.M. (1979), ‘Servitium Amoris’, The Classical quarterly. 29: 117-130.   

McCarthy, K. (1998), ‘servitium amoris: amor servitii’, in Joshel, S.R. and Murnaghan, S. (eds.), Women and Slaves in Greco-Roman Culture: Differential Equations, London: 174-192.    

McKeown, J.C. (1979), ‘Augustan Elegy and Mime’, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society 25: 71–84 Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva .
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Miller, J.F. (1995), “Reading Cupid’s Triumph”, The Classical Journal. 90.3: 287-294.   

Miller, P.A. (2004), Subjecting verses : Latin love elegy and the emergence of the real , Princeton, N.J.   

Miller, P.A. and Platter, C. (eds.) (1999), Power, Politics, and Discourse in Augustan Elegy, Special Issue of The classical world. 92.5.

Murgatroyd, P. (1981), ‘Servitium amoris and the Roman Elegists’, Latomus. 34: 59-79. Available online    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Murgatroyd, P. (1975), ‘Militia amoris and the Roman Elegists’, Latomus. 34: 59-79. Available online    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018)

Myers, K.S. (1994), ‘The Poet and the Procuress: the Lena in Latin Love Elegy’, The journal of Roman studies. 86: 1-21.    

Oliensis, E. (2009), Freud's Rome : psychoanalysis and Latin poetry , Cambridge.

Oliensis, E. (2011), ‘The Erotics of Amicitia: Readings in Tibullus, Propertius, and Horace’, in Hallett, J. and Skinner, M. (eds.) (1997), Roman sexualities , Princeton: 151-171. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018)

Pelling, C. (1996), ‘The Triumviral Period’, in A.K. Bowman, E. Champlin and A. Lintott (eds.), The Cambridge Ancient History, X: The Augustan Empire, 43 bc – ad 69, Cambridge: 1–69. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 
 
  
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Richlin, A. (1983/1992 rev. ed.), The Garden of Priapus: Sexuality and Aggression in Roman Humor, New Haven and London: Chapter 3, ‘The Content and Workings of Roman Sexual Humor’, pp. 57-80.    

Richlin, A. (1984), ‘Invective Against Women in Roman Satire’, Arethusa. 17.1: 67-80.    

Roman, L. (2014), Poetic autonomy in ancient Rome , Oxford.    Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Ross, D.O. (1975), Backgrounds to Augustan poetry : Gallus, elegy and Rome , Cambridge: Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Sharrock, A.R. (1991), ‘Womanufacture’, The journal of Roman studies 81: 36-49.   

Spentzou, E. (2013), The Roman poetry of love : elegy and politics in a time of revolution , London.

Sullivan, J.P. (1972), ‘The Politics of Elegy’, Arethusa. 5.1: 17-34.    

Veyne, P., Pellauer, D. (tr.) (1988), Roman erotic elegy : love, poetry, and the West , Chicago.   

White, P. (1993), Promised Verse: Poets in the Society of Augustan Rome , Cambridge, Mass.

Williams, C.A. (1999), Roman Homosexuality, New York: ‘Chapter 4: Effeminacy and Masculinity’, pp. 125-159.    

Williams, G. (1968), Tradition and Originality in Roman Poetry , Oxford.

Wyke, M. (2002), The Roman mistress : ancient and modern representations , Oxford.   

Wyke, M. (1994), ‘Taking the Women’s Part: Engendering Roman Love Elegy’, Ramus. 23: 110-128. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Wyke M. (1989), ‘Mistress and Metaphor in Augustan Elegy’, Helios 16: 25-47. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (LW 13/09/2021)    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Wyke, M. (1987), ‘The Elegiac Woman at Rome’, Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society. 33: 78-114. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018)

Zanker, P., Shapiro, A. (tr.) (1990), The power of images in the age of Augustus , Ann Arbor.

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Propertius

Ahl, F.M. (1974), 'Propertius 1, 1', Wiener Studien. Beiheft.N.F., 8 Bd., pp. 80-98. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (LW 13/09/2021)    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Baker, R.J. (1970), ‘Laus in amore mori: Love and Death in Propertius’, Latomus. 29.3: 670-698. Available online    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Benediktson, D.T. (1985), ‘Propertius’ “Elegiacization” of Homer’, Maia. 37: 17–26  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (LW 13/09/2021) OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) . 

Bowditch, P.L. (2009), “Palatine Apollo and the Imperial Gaze: Propertius 2.31 and 2.32”, The American Journal of Philology. 130: 401-38.    

Breed, B.W. (2009), ‘Perugia and the Plots of the Monobiblos’, The Cambridge classical journal. 55:24-48.    

Breed, B.W. (2010), ‘Propertius on Not Writing about Civil Wars’, in Breed, B., Damon, C., and Rossi, A. (eds.) (2010), Citizens of discord : rome and its civil wars , Oxford: 233-248.   

Cairns, F. (1984) ‘Propertius and the Battle of Actium’, in Woodman, T. and West, D. (eds.) (1984), Poetry and politics in the age of Augustus , Cambridge: 129–68 Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva .
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DeBrohun, J.B. (2003), Roman Propertius and the reinvention of Elegy , Ann Arbor.    Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Dufallo, B. (2003), ‘Propertian Elegy as Restored Behaviour. Evoking Cynthia and Cornelia’, Helios 30.2: 163-179. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (LW 13/09/2021)   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

DuQuesnay, I.M. Le M. (1992), ‘In Memoriam Galli: Propertius 1.21’, in A.J. Woodman and J.G.F. Powell (eds.), Author and audience in Latin literature , Cambridge: 52–85
.  Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Fantham, E. (1997), ‘Images of a City: Propertius’ New-Old Rome’, in Habinek, T. and Schiesaro,A. (eds.) (1997), The Roman cultural revolution , Cambridge: 122-135.  Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Fedeli, P. (1981), ‘Elegy and Literary Polemic in Propertius’ Monobiblos’, in Cairns, F. (ed.) (1981), Papers of the Liverpool Latin Seminar, Vol. 3, Liverpool: 227-242. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Flaschenreim, B. (1997), ‘Loss, Desire, and Writing in Propertius 1.19 and 2.15’, Classical antiquity. 16: 259-277.   

Gale, M.R. (1997), ‘Propertius 2.7: militia amoris and Ironies of Elegy’, The journal of Roman studies. 87: 77-91.   

Gaisser, J.H. (1977), ‘Mythological Exempla in Propertius 1.2. and 1.15’, The American Journal of Philology. 98.4: 381-391.    

Gibson, R. (2018), ‘Propertius and the Unstructured Self’, Life, Love and Death in Latin PoetryBerlin: 13–36 <https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110596182-002>.

Gold, B.K. (1982), ‘Propertius 3.9: Maecenas as EquesDuxFautor’, in Gold, B.K. (eds.) (1982), Literary and artistic patronage in ancient Rome , Austin, Texas: 103-117.  Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Gold, B.K. (2007), ‘The Natural and Unnatural Silence of Women in the Elegies of Propertius’, Antichthon. 41: 54-72.    

Greene, E. (ed) (2012), Oxford Readings in Propertius, Oxford.

Gunther, H.-C. (ed.) (2006), Brill's companion to Propertius , Leiden.

Harmon, D.P. (1979), ‘The Poet’s Initiation and the Sacerdotal Imagery of Propertius 3.1.5’, in Deroux, C. (ed.) (1979), Studies in Latin literature and Roman history I, Brussels: 317-334. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Heslin, P.J. (2018), Propertius, Greek myth, and Virgil : rivalry, allegory, and polemic , Oxford. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Hubbard, M. (1974), Propertius, London.

Hunt, J.M. (2013), ‘Elegy in a Landscape: Propertius’ Poetic Program in 1.18’, Latomus. 72: 135-151. Available online   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Janan, M. (2004), The politics of desire : Propertius IV , Berkeley.   Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 

Johnson, W.R. (1973), ‘The Emotions of Patriotism: Propertius 4.6’, California studies in classical antiquity..6: 151-80.   

Keith, A. (2008), Propertius : poet of love and leisure , London.   

McCarthy, K. (2010), “Lost and Found Voices: Propertius 3.6”, Helios , Vol. 37, No. 2, pp. 153-186.   

Miller, P.A. (2001), ‘Why Propertius is a Woman: French Feminism and Augustan Elegy’, Classical Philology 96: 127-146.

Nethercut, W.R. (1970), ‘The Ironic Priest’, The American Journal of Philology. , 91: 385–407.   

Nicholson, N. (1999), ‘Bodies Without Names, Names without Bodies: Propertius 1.21-22’, The Classical Journal. 94.2: 143-161.   

O’Neill, K. (1998), ‘Symbolism and Sympathetic Magic in Propertius 4.5’, The Classical Journal.: 94.1: 49-80.    

Papanghelis, T. (1987), Propertius : a Hellenistic poet on love and death , Cambridge.   

Pilliger, H.E. (1969), ‘Some Callimachean Influences on Propertius, Book 4’, Harvard studies in classical philology. 73: 171-199.    

Saylor, C.F. (1967), ‘Querelae: Propertius’ Distinctive, Technical Name for his Elegy’, Agon 1: 142–9. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 19/07/2018)   

Sharrock, A.R. (2000), ‘Constructing Characters in Propertius’, Arethusa. 33: 263-284.    

Stahl, H.-P. (1985), Propertius: 'love' and 'war' : individual and state under Augustus , Berkeley.


Suits, T.A. (1976), “The Iambic Character of Propertius 1.4”, Philologus. , 120.1, pp. 86-91. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Sullivan, J.P. (1976), Propertius : a critical introduction, Cambridge.

Sullivan, J.P. (1984), ‘Propertius Book IV: Themes and Structures’, Illinois classical studies. 9: 30–4. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Wallis, J. (2018), Introspection and Engagement in Propertius: A Study of Book 3 , Cambridge.

Weinlich, B. (2010), ‘The Story of a Poet’s Apologetic Emancipation: The Recusatio-Narratives in Propertius 3.3, Amores 1.1, 2.1, and 3.1’, Helios 37.2: 129-152.    

Welch, T.S. (2005), The elegiac cityscape : Propertius and the meaning of Roman monuments.   

Welch, T.S. (2004), ‘Masculinity and Monuments in Propertius 4.9’, The American Journal of Philology.  125: 61-90.    

Wyke, M. (1987), ‘Written Women: Propertius’ scripta puella’ The journal of Roman studies. 77: 47-61.    

Zimmerman, B. (2006), ‘The Reception of Propertius in the Modern Age: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s Roemische Elegien and Ezra Pound’s Homage to Sextus Propertius’, in Guenther, H.-C. (ed.) (2006), Brill's companion to Propertius , Leiden: 417-428. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva    OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

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Tibullus

Bassi, K. (1994), ‘Desired Silence: Amor and Mors in Tibullus 1.1’, Syllecta Classica 5: 53-61.   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Boyd, B.W. (1984), ‘Parva seges satis est: The Landscape of Tibullan Elegy in 1.1 and 1.10’, TAPA 114: 273–80. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 19/07/2018)   

Bulloch, A.W. (1973), 'Tibullus and the Alexandrians', Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society, N.S. 19: 71-89. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Bright, D.F. (1978), Haec mihi fingebam : Tibullus in his world , Leiden.   

Cairns, F. (1979), Tibullus : a Hellenistic poet at Rome , Cambridge.   

Drinkwater, M.O. (2012), ‘His Turn to Cry’, The Classical Journal. 107: 423–50    

Elder, J.P. (1962), ‘Tibullus: Tersus atque elegans’, in J.P. Sullivan (ed.), Critical essays on Roman literature : elegy and lyric, London: 65–105. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva 
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Gaisser, J.H. (1983), ‘“Amor, rura” and “militia” in Three Elegies of Tibullus: 1.1, 1.5 and 1.10’, Latomus. 42.1: 58-72. Available online   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Johnson, W.R. (1990), ‘Messalla’s Birthday: The Politics of Pastoral’, Arethusa. 23: 93-113.   

Konstan, D.F. (1978), ‘The Politics of Tibullus 1.7’, Rivista di studi classici 26: 173-185. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 19/07/2018) 

Lee-Stecum, P. (1998), Powerplay in Tibullus : reading Elegies, book one , Cambridge.

Lee-Stecum, P. (2000), ‘Poet/Reader, Authority Deferred: Re-Reading Tibullan Elegy’, Arethusa. 33: 177–215.   

Miller, P.A. (1999), ‘The Tibullan Dream Text’, TAPA 129: 181-224. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 19/07/2018)   

Nikoloutsos, K.P. (2011), ‘From Tomb to Womb: Tibullus 1.1 and the Discourse of Masculinity in Post-Civil War Rome’, Scholia. N.S. 20: 52-71.    

Nikoloutsos, K.P. (2007), “Beyond Sex: The Poetics and Politics of Pederasty in Tibullus 1.4”, Phoenix. , Vol. 61, No. 1/2, pp. 55-82.    

Nikoloutsos, K.P. (2011), “The Boy as Metaphor: The Hermeneutics of Homoerotic Desire in Tibullus 1.9”, Helios, Vol. 38, No. 1, pp. 27-57.   

Putnam, M.C.J. (2005), ‘Virgil and Tibullus 1.1’, Classical Philology. 100: 123–41.   

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Ovid

Armstrong, R. (2005), Ovid and his love poetry , London.   

Boyd, B.W. (1997), Ovid's literary loves : influence and innovation in the Amores , Ann Arbor.   

Cahoon, L. (1988), ‘The Bed as Battlefield: Erotic Conquest and Military Metaphor in Ovid’s Amores’, TAPA 118: 293–307. OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (MAA 19/07/2018)  

Conte, G.B. (1989), ‘Love without Elegy: The Remedia Amoris and the Logic of a Genre’, Poetics Today, 10.3: 441–69 <https://doi.org/10.2307/1772900>.

Davis, P.J. (1999), ‘Ovid’s Amores: A Political Reading’, Classical Philology. 94: 431-449. 

Fulkerson, L. (2016), Ovid: A Poet on the Margins , London.

Gibson, R. (2007), Excess and Restraint: Propertius, Horace and Ovid’s Ars Amatoria , London.

Hardie, P. (2002), Ovid’s Poetics of IllusionCambridge.

Ingleheart, J (2010), ‘The Literary “Successor”: Ovidian Metapoetry and Metaphor’, The Classical Quarterly, 60.1: 167–72.

Keith, A. (1994), ‘Corpus eroticum: Elegiac poetics and Elegiac puellae in Ovid’s Amores’, Classical weekly 88: 27-40.   

O’Gorman, E. (1997), ‘Love and the Family: Augustus and Ovidian Elegy’, Arethusa. 30.1: 103-124.   

Oliensis, E. (2019), Loving Writing/Ovid’s Amores , Cambridge.

Perkins, C.A. (2011), ‘The Figure of Elegy in Amores 3.1: Elegy as puella, Elegy as poetapuella as poeta’, The classical world. 104: 313–31.   

Perkins, C.A. (2000), ‘Ovid’s Erotic Vates’, Helios 27.1: 53-62.  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018)   

Sharrock, A.R. (1995), “The Drooping Rose: Elegiac Failure in Amores 3.7”, Ramus. 24: 152-80. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Sharrock, A.R. (1994), “Ovid and the Politics of Reading”, Materiali e discussioni per l'analisi dei testi classici. 33: 97-122. Available online   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Sharrock, A. (1994), Seduction and repetition in Ovid's "Ars amatoria" 2 , Oxford: 50-86. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva     OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 15/11/2018) 

Wheeler, S. (2004), ‘Before the “Aetas Ovidiana”: Mapping the Early Reception of Ovidian Elegy’, Hermathena, 177/178: 9–26.

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Gallus, Catullus, Suplicia and others

Anderson, R.D., Parsons, P.J., and Nisbet, R.G.M. (1979), “Elegiacs by Gallus from Qaṣr Ibrîm”, The journal of Roman studies. 69, pp. 125-155.    

Clausen, W. (1964), ‘Callimachus and Latin Poetry’, Greek, Roman, and Byzantine studies. 5.3: 181-196.    

Flaschenreim, B. (1999), ‘Sulpicia and the Rhetoric of Disclosure’, Classical Philology 94: 36-54.    

Fitzgerald, W. (1995), Catullan Provocations: Lyric Poetry and the Drama of Position, Berkeley.

Gaisser, J. (ed.) (2007), Catullus, Oxford.

Green, R.P.H. (2013), ‘Latin love elegy in Late Antiquity: Maximianus’, in Thorsen, T.S. (ed.) (2013), The Cambridge Companion to Latin Love Elegy , Cambridge: 257-270.   

Hinds, S. (1987), ‘The Poetess and the Reader: Further Steps towards Sulpicia’, Hermathena. 143: 29-46. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva   OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018) 

Keith, A. (2006), ‘Critical Trends in Interpreting Sulpicia’, The classical world 100.1: 3-10.    

Lyne, R.O.A.M. (1978), ‘The Neoteric Poets’, The Classical quarterly. 28.1: 67-178.    

Milnor, K. (2002), ‘Sulpicia’s (Corpo) reality: Elegy, Authorship, and the Body in {Tibullus} 3.13’, Classical antiquity. 21.2: 259-282.    

Oliensis, E. (1991), ‘Canidia, Canicula, and the Decorum of Horace’s Epodes’, Arethusa. 24.1: 107-138.    

Pasco-Pranger, M. (2009), ‘Sustaining Desire: Catullus 50, Gallus, and Propertius 1.10’, The Classical quarterly. 59.1: 142-146.   

Pincus, M. (2004), ‘Propertius’ Gallus and the Erotics of Influence’, Arethusa.37: 165-196.   

Skinner, M.B. (ed.) (2007), A Companion to Catullus, Malden, MA.   

Skinner, M.B. (1993), ‘Ego mulier: the Construction of Male Sexuality in Catullus’, Helios 20: 107-130.  OCR REQUESTED BY LIBRARY (KR 01/10/2018)   

Skoie, M. (2013), ‘The Woman’, in Thorsen, T.S. (ed.) (2013), The Cambridge Companion to Latin Love Elegy , Cambridge: 83-96.    

Tatum, W.J. (1997), ‘Friendship, Politics, and Literature in Catullus: Poems 1, 65 and 66, 116’, The Classical quarterly. 47: 482–50.   

Wray, D. (2001), Catullus and the Poetics of Roman Manhood, Cambridge.

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