Nothing Ordinary Here: Statius as Creator of Distinction in the Silvae
Psychology Press, 2005 - 329 pagine
Through a combined methodology of philology, social theory and archaeology this book offers a reinterpretation of Statius's Silvae.
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Abascantus activity addressees already appears asserts associated attention audience authors bath beauty becomes Bourdieu capital census characterization Claudius clearly collection comparison composition connection considered context Crispinus criticism cultural decorative deliberately described desire devotion discussion display distinction distinguished dominant Domitian economic Emperor emphasizes employs Epicurean Epigram especially example fact father function funeral further Glaucias illustrate imperial important indicates individual kind language legitimate letter lines linguistic literary marble material meaning Melior Moreover nature notes objects offered opes original owner particular perhaps philosophical pietas Pliny poem poet poetic poetry political Pollius position possesses praise production provides rank recognized references refinement reflects regard represent role Roman Rome sense served significant Silvae social specific Statius Stella suggests symbolic taste tion types valuable various villa Vindex Violentilla visual wealth wife
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