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Título: Studien zum 9. Buch von Lucans 'Bellum ...
Condición del libro: Antiquarian
Walter De Gruyter, Berlin / New York, 2008. XIII,507p. Original yellow titled blue cloth. 'This book is a work of pietas, published posthumously by friends and colleagues after the premature death of Martin Seewald in 2002. It contains a revised version of the author's 2001 PhD dissertation, 'A Commentary on Lucan Bellum Civile 9.1-604', extended by a commentary on Lucan Bellum Civile 9.604-733. Seewald thus covers book 9 up to the end of the snake catalogue. Death prevented Seewald from working on the remaining section (BC 9.734-1108), that includes the snake aristeia and Caesar's visit to Troy. In addition the editors of this volume, Gerrit Kloss and Jan Radicke, have included three studies on Lucan by Seewald, two of which have not previously been published. This book thus stands as monument to Seewald's life and work and is a valuable addition to the existing literature on Lucan. ' (MARTIN T. DINTER in Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2010.02.53). Antiquarian. N° de ref. de la librería 47102
In the 9th Book of Lucan s Bellum Civile, the young Cato takes centre stage. With this, the epic also reaches the climax in its representation of Stoic ethics and interpretation of nature. In his commentary on verses 1-733 and three further essays on particular questions, Martin Seewald places particular emphasis on explicating Lucan s paradoxical train of thought and the philosophical and scientific view of the world underlying the historical epic narrative."
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