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1. Bibliographiae - 2. Studia docta



1. Bibliographiae

W. Anderson, Recent Work in Roman Satire (1937-1955), in : The Classical Weekly 50 (1956-1957), pp.33-40; Recent Work in Roman Satire (1955-1962), in : The Classical World 57 (1963-1964), pp.193-228; id., Recent Work in Roman Satire (1962-1968), in : Id. 63 (1969-1970), pp. 181-194; 199; 217-222; Recent Work in Roman Satire (1968-1978), in : Id. 75 (1981-1982), p.273-299.


2.Studia docta

J.W. Duff, Roman Satire, its Outlook on Social Life, Berkeley, California, 1936 (Hamden, Connecticut, 1964).

U. Knoche, Die römische Satire, Göttingen 1957 (1982).

G. Highet, Anatomy of Satire, Princeton, New Jersey, 1963.

C.A. v. Rooy, Studies in Classical Satire and Related Literary Theory, Leiden 1956.

C.H. Witke, Latin Satire. The Structure of Persuasion, Leiden 1970.

M. Coffey, Roman Satire, Londen-New York 1976.

E.P. Kirk, Menippean Satire: An Annotated Catalogue of Texts and Criticism, New York 1980.  

W.S. Anderson, Essays on Roman Satire, Princeton, New Jersey, 1982.

J. Adamietz, Die Römische Satire, Darmstadt 1986.

N. Rudd, Themes in Roman Satire, Norman 1986.

S.H. Braund, Satire and Society in Ancient Rome, Exeter 1989.

S. H. Braund, Roman verse satire, Oxford 1992.

J. R. C. Martin, Juvenal: a farrago: a collection of articles on the Satires of Juvenal and on Roman satire, Amsterdam 1996.

S.M. Braund, The Roman Satirists and Their Masks, Bristol 1996.

S.M. Braund & B. K. Gold, Roman satire and corporeal discourse, Baltimore 1998.

J. Henderson, Writing Down Rome - Satire, Comedy, and Other Offences in Latin Poetry,Oxford 1999.

C. Keane, Model behavior: generic construction in Roman satire, diss., Philadelphia (Pa.) 1999.

K. Freudenburg, Satires of Rome: threatening poses from Lucilius to Juvenal, Cambridge 2001. 

K. Freundenburg, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Roman Satire, Cambridge 2005

P.A. Miller., Latin verse satire, an anthology and reader, London 2005.

C. Keane, Figuring Genre in Roman Satire, Oxford 2006.

M. Plaza, The Function of Humour in Roman Verse Satire. Laughing & Lying, Oxford 2006.

D.M. Hooley, Roman Satire, Oxford 2007.

L.Kronenberg, Allegories of farming from Greece and Rome: philosophical satire in Xenophon, Varro and Virgil, Cambridge 2009.

K.J. Reckford, Recognizing Persius,  Princeton 2009.

C. C. Keane, A Roman Verse Satire Reader: Selections from Lucilius, Horace, Persius, and Juvenal. Mundelein, IL 2010.



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