Homo ludens at play with the songs of Sappho: Experiments in comparative reception theory, Part Six
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CitationNagy, Gregory. 2019.02.22. "Homo ludens at play with the songs of Sappho: Experiments in comparative reception theory, Part Six." Classical Inquiries. http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:hul.eresource:Classical_Inquiries.
AbstractThis posting for 2019.02.22 is Part Six of a long-term project that started with Part One at 2019.01.08. The numbering of my paragraphs here in Part Six continues from §95 of Part Five, posted 2019.02.08, continuing from earlier posts. In Part Six here, I concentrate once again on the poetry of Catullus, which has been my main preoccupation in the course of this overall project ever since §53 in Part Three, posted 2019.01.25. This time, over forty paragraphs later, I hope to tie up some of the many loose ends that I have made for myself in pursuing the questions I face in studying the reception of Sappho by Catullus.
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