The Poetics of Latin Didactic

This work offers a theoretical look at Latin didactic poems. It discusses the characteristics that make a poem didactic from the points of view of both theory and literary history, and traces the genre's history, from Hesiod to Roman times.

The Poetics of Latin Didactic

Author: Associate Professor of Classics Katharina Volk

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199245505

Page: 288

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This work offers a theoretical look at Latin didactic poems. It discusses the characteristics that make a poem didactic from the points of view of both theory and literary history, and traces the genre's history, from Hesiod to Roman times.

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