Catullus


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Roman lyric poet remembered for his love poems to an aristocratic Roman woman (84-54 BC)

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the implicit comparison of Catullus to Ariadne in poem 64].
Professor Manlio Pastore Stocchi, well known for his sensitive writings on, among other topics, Venetian humanism, uses the visit of two English oratores to the lectures on Catullus by Pierio Valeriano in 1522 to explore dimensions of the latter's humanism, especially as it related to Pierio's fascination for Catullus' versification, his links with Venetian intellectual interests generally, and the way in which his later works indicate the maturation of the Italian humanist paradigm, when the enthusiasms, civic hopes, and innovative spirit of the early humanists had given way to rhetorical emulation of antique forms and a taste for elegant and systematically erudite practice of Latin poetic composition.
It is a hyperbolic clich[acute{e}] for reviewers to say: with this volume X establishes himself as the Catullus of his age.
Intended as an introductory text for students, this collection of the writings of Catullus provides readers with the complete Latin texts along with analysis and notes.
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On the poem see Gaisser, 230, who situates Mantuanus' demand within controversies on the imitation of licentious ancient poets such as Catullus.
Former Liverpool and England captain Emlyn Hughes achieved one ambition when Catullus landed the maiden hurdle, and he is now hoping the Prince Sabo gelding can go on to fulfil another at his beloved Cartmel, writes Graham Cunningham.
It is in poems like this that the specter of Catullus appears to nod, in that while Meyer is graphic here, he is not pornographic.
US literary critic Eisenhauer presents four meditations on the work of Latin lyric poet Gaius Valerius Catullus (84-54 BC) concerned with who he thought he was, the logodaedal hypercube, the irony of how things are and non-resistance, and from libertinage to Zukofsky.
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More important are the references to the authors he likes and has translated: Catullus, Rimbaud, Pound, Joyce, and others; references to the more than seventy books he has written or translated over the last fifteen years, the literary climate in which he produced them, the critical and public acclaim.
Now he had access to everything in Rome, including its antiquities, and worked on hieroglyphics, as well as mentaries on Virgil and Catullus at the university (it was Valeriano's Catullus lectures that first interested Gaisser in him).
He evokes the beauty of the different parts of Italy that produced seven of Rome's greatest poets: Catullus, Vergil, Propertius, Horace, Tibullus, Ovid, and Juvenal.
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In the mind of the reader there blossom in these verses pristine visions inherited from a culture that had beautifully selected (and dissected) the poetical body of a Villon and of a de Sade, and even of the great Latin poets Ovid and Catullus, Tibullus and Propertius, along with a pinch of stoic pessimism a la Lucretius.