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Catullus, Cicero, and a society of patrons

Sarah Culpepper Stroup

Catullus, Cicero, and a society of patrons

the generation of the text

by Sarah Culpepper Stroup

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Published by Cambridge University Press in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementSarah Culpepper Stroup
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDG78 .S88 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24493095M
ISBN 109780521513906
LC Control Number2010006648

About the Book. Catullus, who lived during some of the most interesting and tumultuous years of the late Roman Republic, spent his short but intense life (? B.C.E.) in high Roman society, rubbing shoulders with various cultural and political luminaries, including Caesar, Cicero, and . Catullus, who lived during some of the most interesting and tumultuous years of the late Roman Republic, spent his short but intense life (? B.C.E.) in high Roman society, rubbing shoulders with various cultural and political luminaries, including Caesar, Cicero, and Pompey. Catullus's poetry is by turns ribald, lyric, romantic, satirical; sometimes obscene and always .


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Book Description. This book studies the emergence, development, and florescence of a distinctly 'late Republican' socio-textual culture as recorded in the writings of this period's two most influential authors, Catullus and by: By first questioning, and then rejecting, the traditional polarisation of Catullus and Cicero, and by broadening the scope of late Republican socio-literary studies to include intersections of language, social practice, and textual materiality, this book presents a fresh picture of both the socio-textual world of the late Republic and the primary authors through whom this world Author: Sarah Culpepper Stroup.

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Catullus, Cicero, and a society of patrons: the generation of the text Sarah Culpepper Stroup Published in in Cambridge New York by Cambridge University Press. The first details Cicero’s crafting of his readership, while 5 connects the institutions of the convivium and tirocinium fori (“orator’s apprenticeship”) to the remnants of the public world in the texts of Cicero and Catullus.

The “textual forum” (as Stroup terms it) “functions as a replication, in written form, of the social power of a public, non-textual original” (). Catullus, Cicero, and a society of patrons: the generation of the text / Sarah Culpepper Stroup. Includes bibliographical references and index.

isbn (hardback) 1. Rome – Social life and customs. Rome – Intellectual life. Language and culture – Rome. Catullus, Gaius Valerius. Cicero, Marcus Tullius.

I File Size: 79KB. The title of Stroup’s recent publication, Catullus, Cicero, and a Society of Patrons: The Generation of the Text, is slightly misleading.

The book is not about the interplay between Catullus. CATULLUS AND CICERO Stroup (S.C.) Catullus, Cicero, and a Society of Patrons. The Generation of the Text. xiv + Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Cased, £60, US$ ISBN: doi: /SX1 Classicists are fond of investigating the culture of the late Republic by way of a.

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This is a study of the emergence, development, and florescence of a distinctly 'late Republican' socio-textual culture a Brand: Cambridge University Press.

The title of Stroup’s recent publication, Catullus, Cicero, and a Society Cicero Patrons: The Generation of the Text, is slightly misleading. The book is not about the interplay between Catullus and Cicero, nor is it really about the people who wrote and produced the material Stroup is analyzing and a society of patrons book her study.

By first questioning, and then rejecting, the traditional polarisation of Catullus and Cicero, and by broadening the scope of late Republican socio-literary studies to include intersections of language, social practice, and textual materiality, this book presents a fresh picture of both the socio-textual world of the late Republic and the primary authors through whom this world.

Stroup defines this Society of Patrons as “a group of approximate social equals who participated, to varying degrees, in a form of indubitably ‘horizontal’ —isonomic—sociotextual reciprocity,” (19) and she proposes to reconstruct this group through an.

Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen Bradford. Peter Green's is the one that is indispensable, as well as the most pleasurable to read for its own sake. This is the best edition of Catullus' poems.

In addition to the Latin text, it has extensive notes for each poems and also a list of place-names and character-names /5(16). Catullus, Cicero, and a society of patrons: the generation of the text.

[Sarah Culpepper Stroup] -- "This is a study of the emergence, development, and florescence of a distinctly "late Republican" sociotextual culture as recorded in the writings of this period's two most influential authors. Sarah Culpepper Stroup is the author of Catullus, Cicero, and a Society of Patrons ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Catullus, Cic 4/5(3).

Catullus was thus a contemporary of the statesmen Cicero, Pompey, and Caesar, who are variously addressed by him in his poems. He preceded the poets of the immediately succeeding age of the emperor Augustus, among whom Horace, Sextus Propertius, Tibullus, and Ovid name him as a poet whose work is familiar to them.

Get this from a library. Catullus, Cicero, and a Society of Patrons: the Generation of the Text. [Sarah Culpepper Stroup] -- Studies the distinctly 'late Republican' socio-textual culture recorded by this period's two most influential authors, Catullus and Cicero.

Catullus, Cicero, and a Society of Patrons: The This is a study of the emergence, development, and florescence of a distinctly 'late Republican' socio-textual culture as recorded in the writings of this period's two most influential authors, Catullus and Cicero. Stroup, Catullus, Cicero, and a Society of Patrons (Cambridge University Press, ; Y.

Baraz, A Written Republic (Princeton University Press, ). The dating of the last, fragmentary work remains uncertain, but modern scholars typically place it in the same productive orbit as the other two; most now accept its authenticity. Catullus 49 is a poem by the Roman poet Gaius Valerius Catullus (c.

84– c. 54 BC) sent to Marcus Tullius Cicero as a superficially laudatory poem. Like the majority of Catullus' poems, the meter of this poem is hendecasyllabic. This is also the only time Marcus Tullius Cicero is ever mentioned in any of Catullus' poems.

Catullus, Cicero, and a Society of Patrons – Cambridge Books Online – Cambridge University Press. Ziolkowski, Anglo-American Catullus since the Mid-Twentieth Century.

Skinner_book on Cat. pdf. Ellis, A Commentary on Catullus – Cambridge Books Online – Cambridge University Press. Cicero played on that ambiguity, for example, by chastising lepidus ("fine") boys in the "Second Oration against Catiline" as degenerates, then arguing in his De Oratore that the successful speaker must have a certain charming lepos ("wit").

Catullus, in turn, exploited and inverted the political subtexts of this language for innovative poetic. Catullus was the main protagonist of the historical novel Farewell, Catullus () by Pierson Dixon. The novel shows the corruption of Roman society. Hardy's novel The City of Libertines () tells the fictionalized story of Catullus and a.

Catullus, who lived during some of the most interesting and tumultuous years of the late Roman Republic, spent his short but intense life (. B.C.E.) in high Roman society, rubbing shoulders with various cultural and political luminaries, including Caesar, Cicero, and Pompey.

Catullus's poetry is by turns ribald, lyric, romantic, satirical; sometimes obscene and 3/5(3). A Hellenistic Bibliography.

Cicero. Backhouse, Thamer. 'Antipater of Tarsus on "Atargatis". Farrell, Joseph A. 'The six books of Lucretius' De rerum natura: antecedents and influence.' Dictynna 5,Sarah Culpepper.

Catullus, Cicero, and a society of patrons: the generation of the text. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge. Catullus lived in a culture where public torture was common.

Public violence extended into sadistic forms of sex. The first part of Wiseman's book discusses these and Author: Thomas D'evelyn.

The poetry of Gaius Valerius Catullus has had two lives. In Rome, Catullus and his generation, the “new poets,” played an essential role in the development of Augustan poetry.

They helped to create the possibility that one might be a poet by profession. They brought to Rome the learned and self-conscious style of Hellenistic poetry, and they helped to create and explore those.

Full Description: "Patrons, Authors and Workshops invokes a cross-disciplinary approach to the study of late medieval books and book production in Paris, from the troubled years of the early fifteenth century onwards.

It shows the extent to which such activity was able to flourish even against the backdrop of the endemic struggle between Burgundians and Armagnacs, or the. Poetic Interplay: Catullus and Horace - Ebook written by Michael C.J.

Putnam. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Poetic Interplay: Catullus and Horace.

Gave the bad book of poems to Catullus. Marcus Tullius Cicero. Thanked by Catullus and called the best patron of all. Nemesis. A violent goddess who Catullus uses as a threat. Goddess of justice who punishes men for arrogance.

Patronus. Best patron of all, great man of Rome. Reseña del libro de Sarah C. Stroup, Catullus, Cicero, and a Society of Patrons: The Generation of the TextAuthor: James E.

Zetzel. Bad Kid Catullus () from Sidekick Books; modern remixes of Catullus’ poems from an indie press on Catullus: Culpepper Stroup, Catullus, Cicero, and a Society of Patrons () ; Brian Krostenko, Cicero, Catullus, and the Language of Social Performance ().

The anaphora in these two lines emphasises Catullus' point - it could also add an air of sarcasm and hyperbole within the poem. omnium - all This is repeated three times, and creates a juxtapostition within the poem - i.e. Catullus is the worst of all the poets, and Cicero is the best of all the patrons.

In this vodcast Dr Rhiannon Evans and Dr Sonya Wurster discuss Catullus' apparent rejection of traditional Roman values and why the conservative politician Cicero strongly disapproved of poets. Catullus, Cicero, and the Society of Patrons. Cambridge,and index.

Lexica and concordances: Cicero, Catullus, and the Language of Social Performance. Chicago, Early European Books Online (at the University of Iowa Main Library). 5 See S. Culpepper Stroup, Catullus, Cicero and a Society of Patrons (Cambridge ), especially chapters 2 and 7, for a detailed and thoughtful discussion of the place of the text, in particular as a physical object, as an item of exchange in Catullus.

4 C. Martin (Catullus |New Haven ] ) states: "Poem 1, the dedication to. Catullus wrote his poems and epigrams of personal life during the late Roman Republic, and they survive in an anthology of more than a hundred items.

Many are caustic, satirical, and erotic, often lampooning well-known characters of the day including Julius Caesar and his friends.Brian Krostenko’s Cicero, Catullus and the Language of Social Performance () and Sarah Stroup’s Catullus, Cicero and a Society of Patrons: the Generation of the Text () place Cicero within the intellectual context of the late Republic, with its combination of patronage, reciprocity and competition, and Jon Hall’s Cicero’s Use of.Like Cicero, whose inclusion of both spheres illustrated his aesthetic sympathies and helped integrate him into Rome’s elite, Catullus used mathematical ideas as prestige items, thus creating a poetic persona whose ability to wield numbers and manipulate the language of geometry replaced political prominence and material wealth.