1. Reported Speech in Greek Tragedy
  2. James T. Clark
  3. pp. 1-24
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  1. House-Razing and the Relationship of Oikos and Polis in Euripides's Heracles
  2. Jocelyn Moore
  3. pp. 25-48
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  1. Plutarch and the "Malicious" Historian
  2. Chrysanthos S. Chrysanthou
  3. pp. 49-79
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  1. Regal Resonances: Ovid, the princeps, and the Remote Past in Fasti 2, 4, and 6
  2. Fanny Dolansky
  3. pp. 80-108
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  1. Burn after Reading: Literary Fires and Literary Memory in Tacitus's Annals
  2. Virginia Closs
  3. pp. 109-131
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  1. Composing the puella: Pliny the Younger's Elegiac Experimentation
  2. Mariah Elaine Smith
  3. pp. 132-157
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  1. A Labor of Love: Statius Silvae 3.1 (Hercules Surrentinus Polli Felicis)
  2. Michael C. J. Putnam
  3. pp. 158-223
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  1. Lucretius Franco-Hibernicus: Dicuil's Liber de Astronomia and the Carolingian Reception of De Rerum Natura
  2. Fabio Tutrone
  3. pp. 224-252
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  1. Editor's Preface
  2. Angeliki Tzanetou
  3. p. 253
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