PUBLICATIONS

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(a) Books

Sole Author

1. A Commentary on Vergil, Aeneid 10 (OUP, 1991; repr. pb.1997, 2002)

2. Apuleius : A Latin Sophist (OUP, 2000; repr.pb. 2004) (revisions for paperback edition here).

3. Generic Enrichment in Vergil and Horace (OUP, 2007; repr. pb. 2010) 

4. Framing the Ass: Literary Form in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses (OUP, 2013)

5. Horace [New Surveys in the Classics] (CUP, 2014)

Co-Author

6. Apuleius : Rhetorical Works (OUP, 2001; repr.2007) [jointly with John Hilton and Vincent Hunink] .

7. A Commentary on Apuleius Metamorphoses IV.28-VI.24 (Egbert Forsten, 2004)

[jointly with the seven other members of the Groningen Apuleius Group; author of pp.514-54, c.23,000 words]

8. Louis MacNeice: The Classical Radio Plays [jointly with Amanda Wrigley] (OUP,  2013)

9. A Commentary on Apuleius Metamorphoses XI : The Isis-Book  (Brill, 2015) *

[jointly with the seven other members of the Groningen Apuleius Group; author of pp.XXX, c.16,500 words]

 

Editor / co-editor and Contributor

10. Oxford Readings in Vergil's Aeneid (OUP, 1990; repr. pb. 1998, 2001, hb 2002)

11. Homage to Horace : A Bimillenary Celebration (OUP, 1995)

12. Oxford Readings in The Roman Novel (OUP, 1999; repr. 2004)

13. Texts, Ideas and the Classics : Scholarship, Theory and Classical Literature

(OUP, 2001)

14. A Companion to Latin Literature (Blackwell, 2005; paperback 2006)

15. (joint ed.with M.Paschalis and S.Frangoulidis, contrib.) Metaphor and the Ancient Novel (Groningen, 2005)

16. The Cambridge Companion to Horace (CUP, 2007)

17. (joint ed. with M.Paschalis, S.Frangoulidis, and M.Zimmerman, contrib.) The Greek and the Roman Novel: Parallel Readings, (Groningen, 2007)

18. G.B.Conte, The Poetry of Pathos : Studies in Virgilian Epic (OUP, 2007)

19. Living Classics: Greece and Rome in Contemporary Poetry in English (OUP, 2009)

20. (joint ed. with M.Futre Pinheiro) Fictional Traces: Receptions of the Ancient Novels [2 vols.] (Groningen, 2011)

21. (joint ed. with Christopher Stray) Expurgating the Classics: Editing Out in Latin and Greek (Bloomsbury, 2012)

22. (joint ed. with Lorna Hardwick) Classics in the Modern World: A ‘Democratic Turn’? (OUP, 2013)

23. (joint ed. with Theodoros Papanghelis and Stavros Frangoulidis) Generic Interfaces in Latin Literature. Encounters, Interactions and Transformations (de Gruyter, 2013)

24. Characterisation in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses: nine studies (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2014)*

Editor / co-editor only

25. R.G.M.Nisbet, Collected Papers on Latin Literature (OUP, 1995)

26. [with S.Swain and J.Elsner] Severan Culture (CUP, 2007)

Also assisted editorially with

+K.W.Gransden, Virgil: The Aeneid [2nd edition] (CUP, 2003)

+R.O.A.M.Lyne,  Collected Papers on Latin Poetry (OUP, 2007)

S.J.Heyworth, Classical Constructions : Papers in Memory of Don Fowler, Classicist and Epicurean (OUP, 2007)

+T.Hägg, The Art of Biography in Antiquity (CUP, 2012)

 

(b) Contributions to books

1. 'Some Views of the Aeneid in the Twentieth Century' in (a) 10 (above), 1-20.

2. 'The Literary Form of Horace's Odes' in Horace [Entretiens Hardt 39] (Geneva, 1993), 131-62

3. 'Some Twentieth-Century Views of Horace' in (a) 11 (above), 1-16.

4. 'Horace, Pindar, Iullus Antonius and Augustus : Odes 4.2' in (a) 11 (above), 108-27.

5. 'Poetry, Philosophy and Letter-Writing' in Ethics and Rhetoric : Classical Essays for Donald Russell,ed. D.Innes, H.Hine and C.Pelling (OUP, 1995), 47-61 [reprinted with updates in K.Freudenburg (ed.), Horace: Satires and Epistles (Oxford, 2009) 270-86]

6. 'Apuleius : Metamorphoses' in The Novel in the Ancient World, ed. G.Schmeling  (Leiden, 1996), 491-516.

7. 'The Sword-Belt of Pallas (Aeneid X.495-506) : Symbolism and Ideology' in Vergil's Aeneid : Augustan Epic and Political Context , ed. H.-P. Stahl (London, 1998), 223-242 [HERE]

8. 'Some Epic Structures in Cupid and Psyche' in Cupid and Psyche : Aspects of Apuleius' Golden Ass II, ed. M.Zimmerman et al., (Groningen, 1998) 51-68. [HERE]

9. ‘'Some Twentieth-Century Views of the Roman Novel' in (a) 12 (above), xi-xxxix 

10. 'The Need for a New Text of Catullus' in Vom Text zum Buch, ed. C.Reitz (St Katharinen, 2001), 63-79. [HERE]

11. 'On (Not) Being Archilochus : Some Generic Problems in Horace's Epodes', in Iambic Ideas, ed. A.Aloni, A. Barchiesi, A.Cavarzere  (Baltimore, 2001), 165-86 [HERE]

12. 'Simonides and Horace' in The New Simonides : Contexts of Praise and Desire, ed. D.Boedeker and D.Sider (OUP,2001), 260-71.

13. ‘Picturing the Future : The Prophetic Ekphrasis from Homer to Vergil’ in (a) 13 (above), 70-92.

14. ‘The Prologue to Apuleius’ Metamorphoses : Text, Translation and Textual Commentary’ [with M.Winterbottom],  in A Companion to the Prologue of Apuleius’ Metamorphoses, ed. A.Kahane and A.Laird (Oxford, 2001), 10-15

15. 'Ovid and Genre : Evolutions of an Elegist' in The Cambridge Companion to Ovid, ed. Philip Hardie (Cambridge, 2002) , 79-94.

16. ‘Literary Topography in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses’ in M.Paschalis and S.Frangoulidis, eds., Space in the Ancient Novel [Ancient Narrative,  Suppl.1] (Groningen, 2002) 40-57. [HERE]

17. ' Meta-Imagery : some self-reflexive similes in Latin epic', in A.F.Basson and W.J.Dominik, eds.,  Literature, Art, History . Studies on Classical Antiquity and Tradition (In Honour of W. J Henderson) (Peter Lang, 2003), 9-16.  [HERE]

18. ‘Epic Extremities : Openings and Closures of Books in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses’ in The Ancient Novel and Beyond, ed. M.Zimmerman et al. (Leiden, 2003), 239-54. [HERE]

19. ‘Some Textual Problems in Petronius’ in Petroniana : Gedenkschrift Hubert Petersmann, ed. H.Gaertner (Heidelberg, 2003) 127-38 [HERE]

21. Revised bibliography and corrections for new edition of K.W.Gransden, Virgil’s Aeneid (CUP, 2004)

22. ‘Two Victorian Versions of the Roman Novel’ in Metamorphic  Reflections. Essays presented to Ben Hijmans at his 75th Birthday, ed. M.Zimmerman and R.Th. van der Paardt, (Leuven-Paris, 2004), 265-78.

23. Catullus 63 : Text and Translation’ and ‘Altering Attis : Ethnicity, Gender and Genre in Catullus 63’ in R.R.Nauta and M.A.Harder (eds.), Catullus’ Poem On Attis : Texts and Contexts (Leiden, 2005) 2-7 and 11-24 ; these two pieces also appeared simultaneously as articles in Mnemosyne 57 (2004) – see ( c) below.

24. ‘Virgil’s Corycius Senex and Nicander’s Georgica : Georgics 4.116-48’ in Latin Epic and Didactic Poetry : Genre, Tradition and Individuality, ed. M.Gale (London, 2004) 109-23 [HERE]

25. ‘Lyric Middles : The Turn at the Centre in Horace’s Odes’ in Middles in Latin Poetry, ed. S.Kyriakidis  and F.De Martino (Bari, 2004) 81-102 [HERE]

26.  ‘Introduction : Constructing Latin Literature’ in (a) 14 above, 1-12

27. ‘Lyric and Iambic’ in (a) 14 above, 189-200.

28. ‘The Novel’ in (a) 14 above, 213-22.

‘Nostalgia and Decline’ in (a) 14 above, 287-99.

30.    ‘ “Waves of Emotion” : An Epic Metaphor in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses’ in (a) 15 above, 163-76 [HERE]

31. ‘The Poetics of Fiction : poetic influence on the language of Apuleius’ Metamorphoses  in The Language of Latin Prose,

ed. J.N.Adams et al. (Oxford, 2005), 273-86

32.’Divine Authority in ‘Cupid and Psyche’ : Apuleius Metamorphoses 6,23-24’  in   Shannon N.Byrne, Edmund P.Cueva and Jean Alvares (eds.),  Authors, Authority and Interpreters in the Ancient Novel (Groningen, 2006) 172-85 [HERE]

33. ‘Some Textual Problems in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses’ in  Keulen, W.H,  Nauta, R.R, and Panayotakis, S. (eds.),  Lectiones Scrupulosae : Essays on the Text and Interpretation of Apuleius’ Metamorphoses in Honour of Maaike Zimmerman (Groningen, 2006), 59-67 [HERE]

34. ‘The Epic and the Monuments : Interactions between Virgil’s Aeneid and the Augustan Building Programme’,  in Currie, B., Clarke, M. and Lyne, R.O.A.M.+ (eds.),  Epic Interactions : Perspectives on Homer, Virgil, and the Epic Tradition (Oxford, 2006), 159-84

35. ‘Literary texture in the adultery-tales of Apuleius, Metamorphoses Book 9’ in R.R.Nauta (ed.), Desultoria Scientia :   Genre in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses and Related Texts (Leuven, 2006), 19-31. [HERE]

36. ‘Exile in Latin Epic’ in J-F.Gaertner (ed.), Writing Exile : The Discourse of Displacement in Greco-Roman Antiquity and Beyond (Leiden, 2007), 129-54 [HERE]

37. ‘Horatian self-representations’ in (a) 16 above,  22-35

38. ‘Town and country’ in (a) 16 above,  235-48

39.  ‘Style and poetic texture’ in (a) 16 above,  262-75

40. ‘The reception of Horace in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries’ in (a) 16 above,  334-46

41.    ‘Parallel Cults? Religion and Narrative in Apuleius' Metamorphoses and Some Greek Novels’ in (a) 17 above, 204-18. [HERE]

42.   ‘From Man to Book : The Close of Tacitus' Agricola’, in Classical  Constructions, ed. S.J.Heyworth (Oxford, 2007), 310-19.

43. ‘Henry Nettleship and the beginning of modern Latin studies’ in Oxford Classics : Teaching and Learning 1800-2000, ed. C.A.Stray (London, 2007), 107-116 [HERE]

44. ‘Some Victorian Versions of Greco-Roman Epic’ in Remaking the Classics, ed. C.A.Stray (London, 2007), 21-36 [HERE]

45.  ‘Vergil : A Case Study in Imitation' in Übersetzung*Translation*Traduction II, ed. H.Kittel et al.  (De Gruyter, 2007), 1137-43.

46. ‘Intertextuality’ [with J.Morgan] in T.Whitmarsh (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Ancient Novel (Cambridge, 2008) 218-35.

47. ‘Novels Ancient and Modern’ [with G.Sandy] in T.Whitmarsh (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Ancient Novel (Cambridge, 2008) 300-320.

48. ‘Virgilian Contexts’ in L.Hardwick and C.Stray (eds.), A Companion to Classical Receptions (Oxford, 2008), 113-26.

49. ‘The Sophist at Play in Court : Apuleius’ Apology and his Literary Career’ in W.Riess (ed.), Paideia at Play : Learning and Wit in Apuleius (Groningen, 2008), 3-15.

50. ‘Laudes Italiae (Georgics 2.136-175): Virgil as a Caesarian Hesiod’ in G.Urso (ed.), Patria diversis gentibus una? Unita politica e identita etniche nell’Italia antica (Milan, 2008), 231-42. Online at http://www.fondazionecanussio.org/atti2007/15_Harrison.pdf

51. ‘Petronius’ Satyrica and the English Novel’ in J.Prag and I.Repath (eds.), The Blackwell Handbook to Petronius (Oxford, 2009), 181-97

52. ‘Horace and the Victorians’ in L.Houghton and M.Wyke (eds.), Perceptions of Horace (Cambridge, 2009), 290-304

53. ‘Catullus in New Zealand: Baxter and Stead’ in (a) 19 above, 295-323

54. ‘Apuleius and Homer: Some Traces of the Iliad in the Metamorphoses’ in M.Paschalis, S.Panayotakis, G.Schmeling (eds.),

Readers and Writers in the Ancient Novel [Ancient Narrative,  Suppl.11] (Groningen, 2009) 169-83.

55. ‘Picturing the Future Again: Proleptic Ekphrasis in SiliusPunica’ in A.Augoustakis (ed.), Brill’s Companion to Silius Italicus (Leiden, 2010) 279-92

56. ‘Sermones Deorum: divine discourse in Virgil’s Aeneid’ in E.Dickey and A.Chahoud (eds.) Colloquial and Literary Latin (Oxford, 2010) 266-78

57. ‘Foreword’ in M.Bradley (ed.), Classics and Imperialism in the British Empire (Oxford, 2010) viii-xi

58. ‘There and back again: Horace’s poetic career’ in P.Hardie and H.Moore (eds.), Classical Literary Careers and their Reception

(Cambridge, 2010) 39-58 

59. ‘Ovid and the modern poetics of exile’ in J.Ingleheart (ed.), Two Thousand Years of Solitude: Exile After Ovid (Oxford, 2011) 207-222

60.  ‘Bulwer-Lytton’s The Last Days of Pompeii: Recreating the City’ in S.Hales and J.Paul (eds.), Pompeii in the Public Imagination from its Rediscovery to Today (Oxford, 2011) 75-89

61. ‘Apuleius On the Radio :  Louis MacNeice’s BBC Dramatisations’ in (a) 20 above, 2.181-94

62. ‘Narrative Subversion and Religious Satire in Metamorphoses 11’ in W.Keulen and U.Egelhaaf-Gaiser (eds.), Aspects of Apuleius’ Golden Ass III: The Isis-Book (Leiden, 2011) 73-85

63. ‘Graeco-Roman Pastoral and Social Class in Clough’s Bothie and Hardy’s Under The Greenwood Tree in J.Rignall and M.Kraus (eds.), Ecology and the Literature of the British Left: The Red and the Green (Farnham, 2012) 89-100

64. ‘Expurgating Horace 1660-1900’ in (a) 21 above, 115-25.

65. ‘George Buchanan: The Scottish Horace’ in L.Houghton and G.Manuwald (eds.) Neo-Latin Poetry in the British Isles (London, 2012) 155-72.

66. ‘Didactic and Lyric in Horace Odes 2: Lucretius and Vergil’ in (a) 23 above, 367-84.

67. ‘Horace Odes 1.37 and the mythologizing of Actium’ in M.Labate and G.Rosati (eds.), La costruzione del mito augusteo (Heidelberg, 2013) 169-80.

68. ‘Heroic Traces: Theseus and Hercules in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses’, in M. Carmignani, L.Graverini, and Benjamin Todd Lee (eds.), Collected Studies on the Roman Novel - Ensayos sobre la novela romana (Córdoba, 2013), 141-56.

69. ‘How Punic was Apuleius?’, in Tim Whitmarsh and Stuart Thomson (eds.), The Romance between Greece and the East (Cambridge, 2013), 211-21.

70. ‘Author and Speaker(s) in Horace Satires 2’, in Anna Marmodoro and Jonathan Hills (eds.), The Author’s Voice in Classical and Late Antiquity (Oxford, 2013), 153-71.

71. ‘Proleptic ekphrasis in Flavian epic’, in Gesine Manuwald and Astrid Voigt (eds.), Flavian Epic Interactions (Berlin/New York, 2013), 215-28.

72. ‘The initial poems in Horace’s poetry-books’, in Jean-Claude Juhle (ed.), Practiques latines de la dédicace (Paris, 2014), 243-58.

73. ‘Ovid in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses’ in John F.Miller and Carole E.Newlands (eds.), A Handbook to the Reception of Ovid (Oxford, 2014), 86-99.

 

 (c)  Articles in Journals  

1. 'Cicero and Crurifragium', CQ n.s. 33 (1983) 453-5

2. 'Evander, Jupiter and Arcadia', CQ n.s. 34 (1984) 487-8

3. 'Fronde verecunda : Statius Silvae 1.5.14', PLLS 5 (1985) 337-40

4. 'Vergilian Similes : Some Connections', PLLS 5 (1985) 99-107

5. 'Catullus 61.109-13 (again)', PCPS n.s. 31 (1985) 11-12

6. 'Philosophical Imagery in Horace Odes 3.5', CQ n.s. 36 (1986) 502-7

7. 'A note on Euripides Medea 12', CQ n.s.36 (1986) 260

8. 'Vergil and the Cult of Athena Parthenos', Hermes 115 (1987) 124-6

9. 'Horace Epode 6.16', CQ n.s. 37 (1987) 523-4

10. 'Horace Odes 3.7 : An Erotic Odyssey ?', CQ n.s. 38 (1988) 186-92

11. 'Three Notes on Apuleius', CQ n.s. 38 (1988) 265-7

12. 'A Tragic Europa ? Horace Odes 3.27", Hermes 116 (1988) 427-34

13. 'Vergil as a Poet of War', PVS 19 (1988) 48-68

14. 'Deflating the Odes : Horace Epistles 1.20', CQ n.s. 38 (1988) 473-6

15. 'A note on Horace Satires 2.4.61', CQ n.s. 38 (1988) 566-7

16. 'Vergil on Kingship : The First Simile of the Aeneid', PCPS n.s.34 (1988) 155-9

17. 'Two notes on Achilles Tatius', Philologus 133 (1989) 153-4

18. 'Two notes on Horace's Epodes (10 and 16)', CQ n.s.39 (1989) 271-4

19. 'Augustus, the Poets and the Spolia Opima', CQ n.s. 39 (1989) 408-14

20. 'Sophocles and the Cult of Philoctetes', JHS 109 (1989) 173-6

21. 'Lucretius, Euripides and The Philosophers', CQ n.s.40 (1990) 195-8

22. 'Dictamnum and Moly : Vergil Aeneid 12.411-19', PLLS 6 (1990) 195-8

23. 'The Praise Singer : Horace, Censorinus and Odes 4.8', JRS 80 (1990) 31-43

24. 'The Speaking Book : The Prologue to Apuleius' Metamorphoses', CQ n.s. 40 (1990) 507-13

25. 'Cicero's De Temporibus Suis : The Evidence Reconsidered', Hermes 118 (1990) 455-63

26. 'Some Odyssean Scenes in Apuleius' Metamorphoses', MD 25 (1990) 193-201

27. 'Discordia taetra : the history of a line-ending', CQ n.s.41 (1991) 138-49

28. 'A note on Apuleius Metamorphoses 4.31', CQ n.s.41 (1991) 562-3

29. 'The Portland Vase Revisited', JHS 112 (1992) 150-53

30. 'The Arms of Capaneus : Statius Thebaid 4.165-77', CQ n.s.42 (1992) 247-52

31. 'Fuscus the Stoic : Horace Odes 1.22 and Epistles 1.10', CQ n.s. 42 (1992) 543-7

32. 'Apuleius Eroticus : Anth.Lat.712 Riese', Hermes 120 (1992) 83-9

33. 'Dulce et decorum : Horace Odes 3.2.13', RhM 116 (1993) 91-3

34. 'The Romance of The Novel' [survey, with E.L.Bowie], JRS 83 (1993) 159-78

35. 'A Roman Hecale : Ovid Fasti 3.661-74', CQ n.s. 43 (1993) 455-7

36. 'Ferox Scelerum ? A note on Tacitus Annals 4.12.2', CQ n.s. 44 (1994), 557-9

37. 'Drink, Suspicion and Comedy in Propertius 1.3', PCPS n.s.40 (1994) 18-26 [HERE]

‘Yew and Bow : Vergil Georgic 2.448', HSCP 96 (1994) 201-2 [HERE]

39. 'Reply to Akbar Khan', in Religion and Superstition in Latin Literature : Nottingham Classical Classical Literature Studies 3 (1994) 29-37 [HERE]

40. 'The New Passage of Tiberius Claudius Donatus' [with M.Winterbottom],CQ n.s.45 (1995) 547-50

41. 'Discordia taetra : An Appendix' [cf. article 27 above], CQ n.s. 45 (1995) 504 .

42. 'Vergil Aeneid 1.286 : Julius Caesar or Augustus ?', PLLS 9 (1996) 127-33

43. 'Hereditary Eloquence Amongst the Torquati : Catullus 61.209-18', AJP 117 (1996) 285-7

44. 'Mythological Incest : Catullus 88', CQ n.s. 46 (1996) 581-2

45. 'Archpoet, Poem IV and some Horatian Intertexts', Mittellat. Jahrbuch 32 (1997) 37-42 [HERE]

46. ‘Prunes and Prism : Wilde and Dickens’, Notes and Queries 242 [n.s. 44] (1997) 351-2 [HERE]

47. ‘The Survival and Supremacy of Rome : The Unity of the Shield of Aeneas’, JRS 87 (1997) 70-76

48. ‘A Conjecture on Ovid Metamorphoses 4.243’, CQ n.s. 47 (1997) 608-9

49. 'From Epic to Novel : Apuleius as Reader of Vergil', MD 39 (1997) 53-74 [HERE]

50. ‘The Lark Ascending : Corydon, Corydon’ (Vergil, Ecl.7.70), CQ n.s. 48 (1998) 310-11

51. 'The Milesian Tales and the Roman Novel’, GCN 9 (1998) 61-73 [HERE]

52. 'Dividing the Dinner : Book-Divisions in Petronius’ Cena Trimalchionis', CQ n.s. 48 (1998) 580-85

53. 'Notes on the text and interpretation of Catullus' [with S.J.Heyworth], PCPhS 44 (1998) 85-109 [HERE]

54. ‘Sons, Mothers and Lovers in Thackeray and Virgil’, Notes and Queries 245 [n.s.47] (2000) 329-32 [HERE]

+55. 'Apuleius, Aelius Aristides and Religious Autobiography', Ancient Narrative 1 (2000-1) 245-59 [HERE]

56. ‘Halls full of girls ? Catullus 89.3’, CQ 51 (2001) 304-5

57. ‘Fatal Attraction : Paris, Helen and the Unity of Catullus 51’, Classical Bulletin 77 (2001) 161-8 [HERE]

58. ‘Ennius and the Prologue to Lucretius, DRN 1.1-148’, Leeds International Classical Studies 1.4 (2002) [HERE]

59. ‘A.E.Housman’s Latin Elegy to Moses Jackson’, TAPA 132 (2002) 209-14.

60. ‘Sparrows and Apples : The Unity of Catullus 2’, Scripta Classica Israelica  22 (2003) 85-92 [HERE]

61. ‘Constructing Apuleius : The Emergence of a Literary Artist’, Ancient Narrative 2 (2002) 143-172 [HERE]

62. ‘Hot or Strong ? A Textual Note on Seneca Phoenissae 254’, CQ 53 (2003) 633-4

63. ‘The Colour of Olive Leaves : Vergil Aeneid 5.309’, Ordia Prima 2 (2003) 79-81 [HERE]

64. ‘Bimillenary Ovid : some recent versions of the Metamorphoses’,

Translation and Literature 13 (2004) 251-67 [HERE]

65. ‘Catullus 63 : Text and Translation’, Mnemosyne 57 (2004) 514-19 [HERE]

66. ‘Altering Attis : Ethnicity, Gender and Genre in Catullus 63’, Mnemosyne 57 (2004) 520-33 [HERE]

[These last two articles also appear simultaneously in R.R.Nauta and M.A.Harder (eds.),

Catullus’ Poem On Attis : Texts and Contexts (Leiden, 2004) – see section (b) above]

67. ‘Hercules and Augustus in Propertius 4.9’, PLLS 12 (2005) 117-32

68. ‘Vergil and the Mausoleum Augusti : Georgics 3.12-18’, Acta Classica 48 (2005) 185-88 [HERE]

69. ‘Two Textual Problems in Vergil’s Aeneid (5.325, 10.141)’, Symbolae Osloenses 80 (2005) 39-40 [HERE]

70. ‘Velleius on Tiberius : A Textual Problem at Velleius Paterculus 2.94.2’, Symbolae Osloenses 80

(2005) 58-9 [HERE]

71. ‘The Primal Voyage and the Ocean of Epos: Two Aspects of Metapoetic Imagery in Catullus,

Virgil and Horace’, Dictynna 4 (2006) [HERE]

72. ‘Horace and the Construction of the Victorian Gentleman’, Helios 33 (2007) 207-22 [HERE]

73. ‘Horace Epistles 2 : the last Horatian book of sermones ?’, PLLS 13 (2008) 173-186

74.  ‘Modern Versions of Senecan Tragedy’, Trends in Classics 1 (2009) 148-70

75. ‘Themes and Patterns in Horace Odes Book 2’ CentoPagine IV (2010), 47-59 http://musacamena.units.it/iniziative/centopagine.php

76. ‘Interpreting the anteludia (Apuleius, Metamorphoses 11.8)’, Trends in Classics 4 (2012) 377-87

77. ‘Conjectures on the text of Horace’, Symbolae Osloenses 89 (2014) 1-9*

 

 

(d) Contributions to reference works

 

1. 33 articles for the third edition of the Oxford Classical Dictionary (1996), including 'The Roman Novel', 'Apuleius', 'Petronius' and 'Aeneas'

2. Contributions (introductions and notes on Augustan poetry) to M.L.Cooley (ed.),   The Age Of Augustus [LACTOR 17] (London, 2003)

3. ‘Aeneas [2]’ in The Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception I (De Gruyter, 2009).

4.  ‘Novel, Greek and Latin’ for the Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome (OUP, 2010)

5.   ‘Reception, Roman’ and ‘Virgil and Homer’ for the Homer Encyclopedia (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011)

6.   ‘Apuleius’ for Oxford Bibliographies Online (OUP, 2011) http://oxfordbibliographiesonline.com/

7.   Revisions of 65 articles for the fourth edition of the Oxford Classical Dictionary (2012)

8.  14 articles (mainly short) for the Encyclopedia of Ancient History (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012)

9.  42 articles (mainly short) for the Virgil Encylopedia (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013)

10. ‘Vergil : Aeneis’ for the Handbuch der lateinischen Literatur der Antike, Bd.2: Die klassische Literatur (bis zum Tode des Augustus), ed. A. Wlosok, S. Döpp, P. L. Schmidt (Munich, forthcoming) [13,500 words, original in English]  ?2015   

 

 

(e) Textual conjectures cited in editions ( in apparatus criticus unless otherwise noted)

 

 Sophocles OT 360 in H.Lloyd-Jones and N.G.Wilson, Sophoclis Fabulae [OCT] (Oxford, 1990) p.135

 

Euripides Medea 12 in D.Kovacs, Euripides I [Loeb] (Cambridge, Ma., 1994) p. 295  [cf. article 7 above]

 

Tacitus Annals 4.12.2 in R.H.Martin and A.J.Woodman, Tacitus : Annals Book IV (Cambridge, 1997) p.45  [cf. article 36 above]

 

 Ovid Met.4.243 in R.J.Tarrant, P.Ovidius Naso : Metamorphoses  [OCT] (Oxford, 2004) p.102   [cf. article 48 above]                                               

 Ovid Met.9.365 in R.J.Tarrant, P.Ovidius Naso : Metamorphoses [OCT] (Oxford, 2004) p.265 [cf. E.J.Kenney, CQ n.s. 51 (2001) 549]

 

Juvenal Satires 5.31 [three conjectures in text]

Juvenal Satires 6.O11 [one conjecture in apparatus; misprinted ; should be pulsantemque arma !]

Juvenal Satires 8.5   [one in text]

Juvenal Satires 10.313 [one in text]

All in S.Morton Braund, Juvenal and Persius [Loeb] (Cambridge, Ma., 2004), pp. 216, 264, 322, 392

 

Apuleius Met.4.31.5, 11.3.5 [see articles 11 and 28 above] in  J. Martos, Apuleyo. Las Metamorfosis o El Asno de Oro (Madrid, 2003)

[bilingual critical edition]

 

Ovid Pont.1.1.42 [one conjecture in apparatus], 1.5.81 [ditto] in J.F.Gaertner, Ovid Epistulae Ex Ponto Book 1 (Oxford, 2005)

 

Catullus 14.8, 29.19 [in text], 37.11, 38.6, 42.15, 55.9, 55.11, 55.13 [in text], 61.101-2, 61.117,  63.5 [in text], 88.6, 89.3 in A.Pérez Vega and A.Ramírez de Verger, Catulo : Poemas (Huelva, 2005) [bilingual critical edition]   [see articles 5, 44, 53, 56 above]

 

Propertius 1.9.5, 1.9.24 in S.J.Heyworth, Sexti Properti Elegos [OCT] (Oxford, 2007) pp.14-15

 

Vergil Aeneid 10.628 in G.B.Conte, P.Vergilius Maro: Aeneis [Teubner] (Berlin, 2009), p.628.

 

Lucan 1.227 in P.Roche, Lucan De Bello Civili Book 1 (Oxford, 2009), pp.73 and 221.

 

Apuleius Metamorphoses 4.31.5, 5.21.2, 5.27.5, 11.3.5, 11.5.2 [in text], 11.9.3 in M.Zimmerman,

Apulei Metamorphoseon Libri XI [OCT] (Oxford, 2012) pp.94, 112, 118, 260, 261, 264                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

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2. P.Schenk, Die Gestalt des Turnus; C.Renger, Aeneas und Turnus, CR n.s. 36 (1986) 40-44

3. F.Ahl, Metaformations, CR n.s.36 (1986) 236-7

4. T.Berres, Die Entstehung der Aeneis; W.Moskalew, Formular Language and Poetic Design; A.Barchiesi, La traccia del modello, JRS 76 (1986) 318-21

5.M.Bonfanti, Punto di vista e modi della narrazione, CR n.s. 37 (1987) 173-5

6. R.A.Cardwell (ed.), Virgil in a Cultural Tradition; J.D.Bernard (ed.), Virgil at 2000, CR n.s. 37 (1987) 175-7

7. L.Ceccarelli, L'alliterazione a vocale interposta variabile in Virgilio, CR n.s. 38 (1988) 411-12

8. R.O.A.M.Lyne, Further Voices in Vergil's Aeneid; A.J.Boyle, The Chaonian Dove, JRS 78 (1988) 234-6

9. A.Novara, Poésie virgilienne de la mémoire, CR n.s. 39 (1989) 390-1

10. S.Koster, Ille Ego Qui : Dichter zwischen Wort und Macht, CR n.s. 39 (1989) 399

11. F.Serpa, Il punto su Virgilio; M.L.Delvigo, Testo virgiliano e tradizione indiretta; W.V.Clausen, Virgil's Aeneid  and the Tradition of Hellenistic Poetry, JRS 79 (1989) 204-6

12. F.Cairns, Virgil's Augustan Epic, Times Literary Supplement  8-14 Sept. 1989, 984

13. S.F.Wiltshire, Public and Private in the Aeneid, CR n.s.40 (1990) 27-8

14. F.Cova, Il poeta Vario, CR n.s. 40 (1990) 487

15. J.H.Bishop, The Cost of Power, CR n.s. 40 (1990) 264-6

16. J.J.O'Hara, Death and the Optimistic Prophecy, CR n.s. 41 (1991) 44

17. C.J.Mackie, The Characterization of Aeneas, CR n.s. 41 (1991) 54-5 

18. J.A.Hanson (ed.), Apuleius : Metamorphoses [2 vols.], CR n.s. 41 (1991) 83-4

19. E.Huber (ed.), Actas del VII symposio nacional de estudios clásicos, CR n.s. 41 (1991) 233

20. B.P.Reardon (ed.), Collected Ancient Greek Novels, Review of English Studies 1991, 608-9

21. G.Huber, Der Motiv der 'Witwe von Ephesus', JRS 81 (1991) 248

22. R.Dimundo, Properzio 4.7, CR n.s. 42 (1992) 193

23. B.D.MacQueen, Myth, Rhetoric and Fiction : A Reading of Longus' Daphnis and Chloe, Review of English Studies 1993, 553-4

24. Lowell Edmunds, From a Sabine Jar, CR n.s. 43 (1993) 48-50

25. Carl Schlam, The Metamorphoses of Apuleius, CR n.s. 43 (1993) 63-4

26. F.Montanari, La prosa latina; La poesia latina, JRS 83 (1993) 184-6

27. Gregson Davis, Polyhymnia, Plutarchos 1993

28. Jane DeRose Evans, The Art of Persuasion, Plutarchus 1994

29. R.J.Edgeworth, The Colours of the Aeneid, CR n.s.44 (1994) 277-8

30. R.Heinze, Virgil's Epic Technique, Times Literary Supplement 28/1/94, 280

31. S.Farron, Virgil's Aeneid : A Poem of Grief and Love, CR n.s. 45 (1995) 161-2

32. P.Dronke, Verse with Prose from Petronius to Dante, Notes and Queries n.s. 42.3 (1995) 389-90

33. M.Janan, Desire and Narrative in Catullus, CR n.s. 45 (1995) 441-2

34. J.Tatum (ed.), The Search for the Ancient Novel, JRS 85 (1995) 269

35. R.Glei, Der Vater der Dinge, Gnomon 67 (1996) 300-302

36. D.Gall, Ipsius Umbra Creusae, Gnomon 67 (1996) 457-9

37. M.Alessio, Studies in Vergil Aeneid Eleven, CR n.s. 46 (1996) 19-21

38. K.S.Myers, Ovid's Causes, CR n.s. 46 (1996) 24-5

39. S.Bartsch, Actors in the Audience, CR n.s. 46 (1996) 64-6

40. N.C.Shumate, Crisis and Conversion in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses, Petronian Society Newsletter 27 (1997) 

41. T.M.S.Lehtonen, Fortuna, Money and the Sublunar World, Medium Aevum 66 (1997)

42. J.J.O’Hara, True Names, EMC/Classical News and Views 16 (1997) 520-23

43. J.Kerrigan, Revenge Tragedy, Review of English Studies 49 (1998) 198-9

44. M.Picone and B.Zimmermann, eds., Der antike Roman, JRS 88 (1998) 185-6

45. M.Citroni, Poesia e lettori in Roma antica, Gnomon 70 (1998) 592-6

46. H.Krasser, Horazische Denkfiguren, Gnomon 70 (1998) 672-6

47. D.West, Horace Odes II, TLS 21/5/99, 32

48. V.Hunink, Apuleius Pro Se De Magia, JRS 89 (1999) 36-7

49. C.Moreschini, Amore e Psiche in Apuleio, Gnomon 71 (1999) 73-6

50. J.Blänsdorf, Fragmenta Poetarum Latinorum, Gnomon 72 (2000) 552-5

51. E.Oliensis, Horace and the Rhetoric of Authority, Notes and Queries 47.3 (2000) 486-7

52. G.Sandy, The Greek World of Apuleius, Scholia 9 (2000) 126-131

53. R.Alden Smith, Poetic Allusion and Poetic Embrace in Ovid and Virgil, CW 94 (2001) 197-9

54. Sarah Annes Brown, The Metamorphoses of Ovid from Chaucer to Ted Hughes, Scholia 10 (2001)

55. R.Hingley (ed.), Images of Rome, BMCR 2002

56. A.Eich, Politische Literatur in der römischen Gesellschaft, Scripta Classica Israelica 21 (2002) 283-4

57. S.Goldhill (ed.), Being Greek Under Rome, JRS 92 (2002) 256-7

58. E.A.Schmidt, Zeit und Form : Dichtungen des Horaz, BMCR 2002

59. E.Dickey, Latin Forms of Address, TLS 14/2/2003

60. M.Paschalis (ed.), Horace and Greek Lyric Poetry, BMCR 2003

61. J.D. McClatchy (ed.), Horace, The Odes. New Translations by Contemporary Poets, BMCR 2003

62. S.Morton Braund, Latin Literature, JRS 93 (2003) 335-6

63. Keith Maclennan, Virgil Aeneid VI,   BMCR 2003

64. E.H.Sutherland, Horace’s Well-Trained Reader and R.L.B.McNeill, Horace : Image, Identity and Audience, JRS 94 (2004) 56-8

65. Andreola Rossi, Contexts of War : Manipulation of Genre in Virgilian Battle Narrative, BMCR 2004

66. Glenn W. Most and Sarah Spence (eds.) Materiali e discussioni per l’analisi dei testi classici 52.

Re-Presenting Virgil : Special Issue in Honor of Michael C.J.Putnam, BMCR 2005

67. M.Paschalis (ed.), Roman and Greek Imperial Epic, BMCR 2006

68. M.Baltes et al, Apuleius : De deo Socratis. Über den Gott des Sokrates, CR 56 (2006) 139-41

69.  Juan Martos : Apuleyo. Las Metamorfosis o El Asno de Oro, Gnomon 78 (2006) 227-31.

70. Niall Rudd, The Common Spring: Essays on Latin and English Poetry, BMCR 2006

71. R.Alden Smith, The Primacy Of Vision in Virgil’s Aeneid, BMCR 2006

72. Judith Krabbe, Lusus Iste : Apuleius’ Metamorphoses, IJCT 13 (2006) 139-42

73.  Benjamin Todd Lee, Apuleius’ Florida : A Commentary, Sehepunkte 6.11 (2006)  

74. Kai Merten, Antike Mythen – Mythos Antike, JHS 127 (2007) 261-2

75. John Henderson, Oxford Reds, Pelican Record 43.2 (2007) 70-74

76. Robert DeMaria, Jr. and Robert D.Brown, eds. Classical Literature and its

Reception : An Anthology. Notes and Queries n.s. 55 (2008) 227-8

77. R.K.Gibson, Excess and Restraint : Propertius, Horace and Ovid’s Ars Amatoria,   JRS 98 (2008) 233-4

78. Marco Fantuzzi and Theodore Papanghelis, (edd.) Brill’s Companion to Greek and Latin Pastoral, CR 58 (2008) 400-03

79. Luca Graverini, Wytse Keulen, and Alessandro Barchiesi, A. Il romanzo antico : forme, testi, problemi.

Ordia Prima 4 (2009) 251-54

80. J.J.O’Hara, Inconsistencies in Roman Epic, Phoenix 63 (2009) 407-10

81. A.Powell, Virgil The Partisan, Mnemosyne 63 (2010) 678-81

82. Y.Nadeau, Erotica for Caesar Augustus, Gnomon 82 (2010) 321-4

83. Gregson Davis, ed., A Companion to Horace, BMCR 2011.01.20

84. A.Poochigian, Aratus: Phaenomena, TLS 28.1.2011 p.27.

85. Julia Haig Gaisser, Catullus, Classical World 104 (2011) 261-2

86. Victor Skretkowicz, European Erotic Romance, Bulletin of the Society for Renaissance Studies 27 (2011) 43-5

87. G.B.Conte, Vergilius: Aeneis, Gnomon 83 (2011) 306-9

88. P.R.Hardie, ed., Paradox and the Marvellous in Augustan Literature and Culture, Mnemosyne 64 (2011) 694-7

89. G.Vannini, Petronii ArbitriSatyricon’ 100-115. Ordia Prima 10 (2011) 129-31

90. F.Wittchow, Ars Romana. List und Improvisation in der Augusteischen Literatur. Gnomon 83 (2011) 464-6       

91. R.J.Tarrant, Virgil: Aeneid Book XII. Mnemosyne 67 (2013) 159-61

92. A.Cucchiarelli, Publio Virgilio Marone, Le Bucoliche: Introduzione e commento , Vergilius 59 (2013) 149-52

93. A.M.Seider, Memory in Vergil’s Aeneid: Creating the Past. Mnemosyne 68 (2014)

94. Keith Bradley. Apuleius and Antonine Rome: Historical Essays. Mouseion 2014.