By Edward Courtney
Edward Courtney's research of the Satires of Juvenal is the one full-scale remark at the corpus because the 19th century and keeps its price for college students and students a new release after its first visual appeal in 1980. This statement accommodates the findings of classical learn as much as that point, together with the paintings of A. E. Housman, new discoveries reminiscent of these of papyri, and the increasing horizons of classical study. Courtney elucidates the shape of every poem and the development of idea, and gives many feedback for the adjustment of conventional punctuation. as well as uncomplicated clarification of the textual content, the observation deals a close realizing of the literary and historic context, together with thorough therapy of social customs, realia, improvement of the Latin language, and rhetorical positive factors. The creation discusses Juvenal's lifestyles, his improvement as a satirist, his view of society and morals, his sort, and his dealing with of metre.
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Extra info for A Commentary on the Satires of Juvenal
Accordingly Roman writers can look back to a time when the links between different ranks in society were not material or mercenary but based on moral obligations (officium; cf. Cic. De Off. 52–3), the chief manifestation of which is the relationship between patron and client (cf. L. R. Taylor Party Politics in the Age of Caesar (1949) 41–3); the meaning attached to this can best be seen in a Greek writer, Dionysius of Halicarnassus (Ant. Rom. 9–10). The greatness of a man, in the Roman view, is measured not by his wealth but by the number of those who look to him for protection (cf.
133–6 and 220–6 (perhaps interpolation is partly responsible here). 63 repeats 62, and 68–9 and 93–6 are verbose and repetitive (97–8 too, which are concerned with captatio, are not directly relevant here). 557–64. 127–33 is wearisome. 62–7, it cannot always be said to succeed. 121–4 (signalled as such by himself), 164–7 (Quintil. 127–34. | [ 49 ] Juvenal’s Metre This section is not intended to provide a complete repository of facts about the metrical practice of Juvenal, but simply to pick out some facets of particular significance for the general character of his versification, and to illustrate this by comparison with Vergil, Horace’s Satires, Persius, and contemporary epic (Statius and Silius).
5–6 the glories of Thebes contrasted with the statue of an ape. 28–9, with the undignified ructo 31. His vocabulary however seems to become rather less rich as his work progresses, to judge by the decrease in the percentage of hapax legomena (Dubrocard Ann. Fac. des Lettres, Nice, 1970, 131). g. 54–8. g. 59 lumbi). 6 are noteworthy, though not yet fully explained. 43; though the Romans in a formal context did find penis offensive (cf. Cic. Ad Fam. 2 and the comments of Fronto p. 146–7 on Sall. Cat.
A Commentary on the Satires of Juvenal by Edward Courtney