Published in 1931: The Epyllion From Theocritus to Ovid discusses Greek Epics along with extracts of Poems.
1. Introductory 2. The Greek and Latin Epyllia 3. The Epic Idyll. Theocritus, Moschus and Bion 4. The Hecale of Callimachus 5. Euphorion of Chalcis and Parthenius of Nicacea 6. Catullus and His School 7. The Culex 8. The Ciris and The School of Cornelius 9. The Aristaeus of Vergil 10. The Metamorphoses of Ovid 1. The Construction of The Poem 11. The Metamorphoses of Ovid 2. The Ovidian Epyllion 12. Epyllion and Grand Epic
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