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Michael Coffey is Emeritus Reader in Greek and Latin at University College, London. Series: BCPaperbacks. Paperback: 320 pages. This item: Roman Satire (BCPaperbacks). There's a problem loading this menu right now.
Michael Coffey is Emeritus Reader in Greek and Latin at University College, London.
Roman Satire (BCPaperbacks). ISBN 10: 1853990469 ISBN 13: 9781853990465. Publisher: Bristol Classical Press, 1995.
Roman Satire (University Paperbacks). ISBN 9780416851304 (978-0-416-85130-4) Softcover, Routledge Kegan & Paul, 1976.
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Bibliographical references included in notes: pages 205-273
Bibliographical references included in notes: pages 205-273. Satire as a Roman literary genre - Satura: the name and origin of a literary form - The Satires of Ennius - Lucilius - The Satires of Horace - Persius - Juvenal - The Menippean satires of Varro - The Apocolocyntosis of Seneca - The Satyricon of Petronius.
Michael Coffey received his . in English at the University of Notre Dame and an . from Leeds University in Anglo-Irish Literature
Michael Coffey received his . from Leeds University in Anglo-Irish Literature. Books by Michael Coffey. Mor. rivia About Roman Satire.
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His previous publications include The Walking Muse: Horace and the Theory of Satire (Princeton University Press, 1993) and Satires of Rome: Threatening Poses from Lucilius to Juvenal (Cambridge University Press, 2001). Country of Publication.
Many contributors, not just those assigned to talk about satire's beginnings, are determined to make something of fragmentary pasts which might be more conveniently ignored. Roman satire is well accompanied by this collection. -Phoenix: Journal of the Classical Association of Canada this volume proves to be a worthy companion.