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The elegiac cityscape

Propertius and the meaning of Roman monuments

by Tara S. Welch

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Published by Ohio State University Press in Columbus .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Rome,
  • Rome.
    • Subjects:
    • Propertius, Sextus.,
    • Augustus, Emperor of Rome, 63 B.C.-14 A.D. -- In literature.,
    • Augustus, Emperor of Rome, 63 B.C.-14 A.D. -- Influence.,
    • Elegiac poetry, Latin -- History and criticism.,
    • City and town life in literature.,
    • Politics and literature -- Rome.,
    • Literature and society -- Rome.,
    • Public architecture -- Rome.,
    • Architecture in literature.,
    • Masculinity in literature.,
    • Imperialism in literature.,
    • Monuments in literature.,
    • Rome -- In literature.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.

      StatementTara S. Welch.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPA6646 .W45 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3398790M
      ISBN 100814210090, 0814290876
      LC Control Number2005012368

      Jul 30,  ·, The Elegiac Cityscape: Propertius and the Meaning of Roman Monuments (); Barchiesi, A., ‘Learned eyes: poets, viewers, image makers’, in Galinsky, K. (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Age of Augustus (), – The discussion of Cited by: 6. Jan 01,  · Free Online Library: Propertius what the poet says he saw.(Temple of Apollo on the Palantine, Critical essay) by "Akroterion"; History Archaeology Elegiac poetry Criticism and interpretation Elegies Poets Temples Portrayals.

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      the eighth book where Hercules assumes such an exemplary role. Detailed readings of – the elegy follow. The first word, Amphitryoniades, is examined closely as it sets the tone for the elegy as a whole and reaffirms Hercules’ status as a model for Augustus. The first. “This is a terrifically impressive book. Welch draws together a wide array of material relevant to Tarpeia—poetry and prose, coins and monuments, from the third century BCE to the second century CE.” —Ellen Oliensis, University of California, Berkeley.


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The Elegiac Cityscape explores Propertius’ Rome and the various ways his poetry The elegiac cityscape book the city illuminates the dynamic relationship between one individual and his environment.

Combining the approaches of archaeology and literary criticism, Tara S. Welch examines how Propertius’ poems on Roman places scrutinize the monumentalization of Cited by: Get this from a library. The elegiac cityscape: Propertius and the meaning of Roman monuments.

[Tara S Welch] -- "The Elegiac Cityscape explores Propertius' Rome and the various ways his poetry about the city illuminates the dynamic relationship between one individual and his environment. The relationship.

his own elegiac poetry.1 Indeed, Book 4 is a catalogue of Vertumnian flexibility, assuming sometimes male and sometimes female perspec-tives, sometimes amatory and sometimes epic themes.

I believe this poem celebrates not just the variety possible in elegiac poetry, but the variety inherent in Roman identity itself, particularly inCited by: The Roman elegiac poet Propertius was one such author.

This final published collection, issued in 16 BCE, has been traditionally read as an abandonment by Propertius of his earlier flippant love poems for a more mature engagement with Roman public life or else a comical send-up of imperial.

The Elegiac Cityscape Propertius and the Meaning of Roman Monuments Tara S. Welch “Welch expands and informs our reading of Propertius through reinserting it into a richly textured political and ideological geography that interrogates the poems as much as it ‘explains’ them.

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Propertius and the Meaning of Roman Monuments. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State University Press,Pp. ISBN Sextus Propertius was a Latin elegiac poet of the Augustan age. He was born around 50–45 BC in Assisium and died shortly after 15 BC.

Propertius' surviving work comprises four books of Elegies (Elegiae).He was a friend of the poets Gallus and Virgil and, with them, had as his patron Maecenas and, through Maecenas, the emperor savilerowandco.comgh Propertius was not as renowned in his own time.

Table of Contents for The elegiac cityscape: Propertius and the meaning of Roman monuments / Tara S. Welch, available from the Library of Congress. Book Description. Longlisted for Three Percent’s Best Translated Book Award. By the Koscielski Prize-winning author of Dreams and Stones, In Red is a gorgeous, dreamlike depiction of a world that is unreal, yet strangely familiar and utterly convincing.

Set in a mythical fourth partition of Poland, In Red is full of haunting descriptions of the town and its inhabitants, who act out their. January 27 Tibullus and The Elegiac Cityscape Primary Text: Tibullus Book 2 (selected poems) Rea, J. ^Finding Archaic-Augustan Rome in Tibullus in Welch, T.

() The Elegiac Cityscape: Propertius and the Meaning of Roman Monuments. (Selection TBA) February 24 Propertius and the Elegiac Cityscape, Part II Primary Text: Propertius 2. Her publications include a book on the late poetry of the elegiac poet Propertius, The Elegiac Cityscape: Propertius and the Meaning of Roman Monuments (Ohio State University Press ) and articles on Propertius, Roman elegiac poetry, Horatian satire, and Vergil.

In addition she co-edited the book Oxford Readings in Propertius for. Book Description. Winner of the Polish Koscielski Foundation Prize. Immediately hailed as one of the most brilliant contributions to the literature of Central and Eastern Europe since the fall of communism, Dreams and Stones (Sny i kamienie) won the prestigious Koscielski Foundation Prize in Poland in Tulli tells the story of the growth of a great city rebuilt after its complete.

Jan 03,  · The detective who must navigate this nightmare cityscape is Mickey Fitzpatrick, a something patrol officer in the Philadelphia Police Department. The book is an invaluable resource for English teachers in secondary schools, colleges, and higher education. The Elegiac Cityscape explores Propertius’ Rome and the various ways his poetry.

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Discontinuity also affects the elegiac genre itself: Propertius breaks with the kind of elegies he had himself created and practiced in his previous collections, and returns to earlier versions of this poetry, like the Hellenistic epigram and Callimachus' Aitia, which in his last book prevail as models over love elegy.

Inside the book itself. Tara Welch (née Silvestri) is an American professor of Classics at the University of savilerowandco.com has published two books, The Elegiac Cityscape: Propertius and the Meaning of Roman Monuments () and Tarpeia: Workings of a Roman Myth (). She has also served as co-editor for the work Oxford Readings in Propertius (Oxford Readings in Classical Studies) (), along with Ellen savilerowandco.com mater: University of Southern California (BA).

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If psychoanalytic critical practice does anything, it should foster an attention to reading “literally,” by focusing on what the text says rather than reducing it .Oct 27,  · Her publications include “The Elegiac Cityscape: Propertius and the Meaning of Roman Monuments,” “Tarpeia: Workings of a Roman Myth” and articles on Propertius, Roman elegiac poetry, Horatian satire and Virgil.

In addition, she co-edited the book Oxford Readings in Propertius.