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Memoria Redux: Memory in Lucan
This chapter illustrates the role that memory plays as a key theme in Lucan and argues that we can meaningfully read the Bellum Civile as an epic funeral monumentum that memorializes the death ofExpand
Lucan's Cato, the defeat of victory, the triumph of memory
This dissertation provides a new examination of the figure of Cato within Lucan’s epic poem Bellum Civile by focusing on the theme of memory within the epic and its interaction with Cato’s characterExpand
Instructional Faculty Consortium Committee Meeting (IFCC)
ATTENDEES Janyce House Ogeechee Susan Bowman Georgia Northwestern Joyce S. Waters Athens Annette Baker Lanier Pam Springer Athens Latonya Henderson Gwinnett Andrea Ford Gwinnett Daphney L. BryantExpand
  • M. Thorne
  • History
  • The Classical Review
  • 9 June 2016
In a brilliant paper, ‘Andreas Alföldi and the Historia Augusta’, A.R. Birley shows how Alföldi’s research developed from an early paper published in 1927 to the establishment of the ‘HistoriaExpand
Speaking the Unspeakable: Engaging Nefas in Lucan and Rwanda 1994
Lucan’s Bellum Civile can be read as an epic that functions in the mode of trauma literature, i.e. a work that explicitly seeks to represent a horror that defies its very representation. Toward thisExpand