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Reference works and editions of fragmentary texts.

LIMC: Lexicon Iconographicum Mythologiae Classicae. Zurich 1981-97.

TGF2: Nauck, A. Tragicorum Graecorum Fragmenta. 2nd ed., Hildesheim 1964.J

TRF: Ribbeck, O. Tragicorum Romanorum Fragmenta. Leipzig 1871.

TrGF: Tragicorum Graecorum Fragmenta. Göttingen 1971-.

vol. 1, Poetae Minores, ed. R. Snell. 1971.
vol. 2, Adespota, edd. R. Kannicht and B. Snell. 1981.
vol. 3, Aeschylus, ed. S. Radt. 1985.
vol. 4, Sophocles, ed. S. Radt. 1977.

 

 

Books, monographs, commentaries, and articles.
Note: all abbreviations follow the conventions of LíAnnee Philologique (Paris 1924-).

Ahl, F. (1985) Metaformations: Soundplay and Wordplay in Ovid and Other Classical Poets.

Anderson, W. S. (1963) "Multiple Change in the Metamorphoses," TAPA 94:1-27.

Anderson, W. S. (1972) "The Heroides" in Binns (1973) 49-83.

Anderson, W. S. (1982) Ovidís Metamorphoses, Books 6-10. Oklahoma.

Anderson, W. S. (1997) Ovidís Metamorphoses, Books 1-5. Oklahoma.

Austin, R. G. (1955) P. Vergilius Maro Aeneidos Liber Quartus. Oxford.

Barchiesi, A. (1993) "Future Reflexive: Two Modes of Allusion and Ovidís Heroides," HSPh 95:334-65.

Barrett, W. S. (1964) Euripides: Hippolytus. Oxford.

Bass, R. C. (1977) "Some Aspects of the Structure of the Phaethon Episode in Ovid's Metamorphoses," CQ 27:402-8.

Beacham, R. C. (1991) The Roman Theatre and Its Audience. London.

Binns, J. W. (ed.) (1973) Ovid. London.

Bömer, F. (1969-86) P. Ovidius Naso: Metamorphosen. Heidelberg.

Burian, P. "Myth into Muthos: The Shaping of Tragic Plot" in Easterling (1997) 178-208.

Burkert, W. (1966) "Greek Tragedy and Sacrifical Ritual," GRBS 7:87-121.

Calder, W. M. (1966) "A Reconstruction of Sophoclesí Polyxena," GRBS 7:31-56.

Casali, S. (1995a) "Strategies of Tension (Ovid, Heroides 4)," PCPhS 41:1-15.

Casali, S. (1995b) "Tragic Irony in Ovid, Heroides 9 and 11," CQ 45:505-11.

Clauss, J. J. (1997) "Conquest of the Mephistophelian Nausicaa" in Clauss and Johnston (1997) 149-77.

Clauss, J. J. and S. I. Johnston (edd.) (1997) Medea. Princeton.

Collard, C. (1991) Euripides: Hecuba. Warminster.J

Collard, C., Cropp, M. J., and Lee, K. H. (1995) Euripides: Select Fragmentary Plays, vol. 1. Warminster.J

Conacher, D. J. (1967) Euripidean Drama. Toronto.J

Conte, G. B. (1994) Latin Literature: A History. Johns Hopkins.

Curley, D. (1997) "Ovid, Met. 6.640: A Dialogue between Mother and Son," CQ 47:320-2.

Curley, D. (1999) Metatheater: Heroines and Ephebes in Ovid's Metamorphoses. Diss. University of Washington.

Currie, H. MacL. (1981) "Ovid and the Roman Stage," ANRW 2.31.4:2701-42.

Davis, P. J. (1995) "Rewriting Euripides: Ovid, Heroides 4," Scholia n.s. 4:41-55.

Desmond, M. (1993) "When Dido Reads Vergil: Gender and Intertextuality in Heroides 7," Helios 20:56-68.

De Vito, A. (1994) "The Essential Seriousness of Heroides 4," RhM 137:312-30.

Dobrov, G. (1993) "The Tragic and the Comic Tereus," AJP 114:189-234.

Duke, T. T. (1970-71) "Ovid's Pyramus and Thisbe," CJ 66:320-7.

Due, O. S. (1974) Changing Forms. Copenhagen.J

Easterling, P. E. (ed.) (1997) The Cambridge Companion to Greek Tragedy. Cambridge.

Erdélyi, G. (1966) "A Hippolytus Relief from Szöny," Acta Antiqua 14:211-23.

Feeney, D. C. (1991) The Gods in Epic. Oxford.

Ferguson, J. (1960) "Catullus and Ovid," TAPA 81:337-57.

Forbes Irving, P. M. C. (1990) Metamorphosis in Greek Myths. Oxford.

Fowler, R. L. (1987) "The Rhetoric of Desperation," HSPh 91:5-38.

Galinsky, G. K. (1972) "Hercules Ovidianus (Metamorphoses 9,1-272)," WS n.s. 6:92-116.

Galinsky, G. K. (1975) Ovidís Metamorphoses. California.

Gibert, J. C. (1997) "Euripidesí Hippolytus Plays: Which Came First?" CQ 47:85-97.

Glenn, E. (1986) The Metamorphoses: Ovid's Roman Games.

Halleran, M. R. (1985) Stagecraft in Euripides. London.

Halleran, M. R. (1988) "Repetition and Irony at Sophocles, Trachiniae 574-81," CP 83:129-31.

Halleran, M. R. (1995) Euripides: Hippolytus. Warminster.

Halleran, M. R. (1997) "Itís Not What You Say: Unspoken Allusions in Greek Tragedy?" MD 39:151-63.

Hardie, P. (1990) "Ovidís Theban History: The First ĎAnti-Aeneidí?" CQ 40:224-35.

Hardie, P. (1998) "Virgil and Tragedy" in C. Martindale (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Virgil. Cambridge.

Hinds, S. E. (1993) "Medea in Ovid: Scenes from the Life of an Intertextual Heroine," MD 30:9-47.

Hinds, S. E. (1998) Allusion and Intertext. Cambridge.

Hollis, A. (1983) Ovid, Metamorphoses Book VIII. Oxford. 2nd edition.

Horsfall, N. (1979) "Epic and burlesque in Ovid, Met. VIII.260 ff.," CJ 74:319-32.

Hunter, R. (1993) The Argonautica of Apollonius: Literary Studies. Cambridge.

Jacobson, H. (1974) Ovidís Heroides. Princeton.

Kennedy, D. (1984) "The Epistolary Mode and the First of Ovidís Heroides," CQ 34:413-22.

Kenney, E. J. (1973) "The Style of the Metamorphoses" in Binns (1973) 116-53.

Kiso, A. (1984) The Lost Sophocles. Vantage Press.

Knox, P. E. (1986) Ovidís Metamorphoses and the Traditions of Augustan Poetry. Cambridge.

Knox, P. E. (1988) "Phaethon in Ovid and Nonnus," CQ 38:536-51.

Knox, P. E. (1995) Ovid: Heroides, Select Epistles. Cambridge.

Larmour, D. H. J. (1990) "Tragic Contaminatio in Ovidís Metamorphoses: Procne and Medea; Philomela and Iphigeneia (6.424-674); Scylla and Phaedra (8.19.151)," ICS 15:131-41.

Lloyd-Jones, H. (1996) Sophocles: Fragments. Harvard.

Loraux, N. (1987) Tragic Ways of Killing a Woman. Harvard.

Lowrie, M. (1993) "Myrrha's Second Taboo, Ovid Metamorphoses 10.467-68," CPh 88:50ff.

March, J. R. (1987) The Creative Poet. London.J

Mack, S. (1988) Ovid. Yale

Meridor, R. (1978) "Hecubaís Revenge: Some Observations on Euripidesí Hecuba," AJP 99:28-35.

Michelini, A. N. (1987) Euripides and the Tragic Tradition. Wisconsin.

Nagle, B. R. (1983) "Byblis and Myrrha: Two Incest Narratives in the Metamorphoses," CJ 78:301-15.

Newlands, C. (1986) "The Simile of the Fractured Pipe in Ovidís Metamorphoses," Ramus 15:143-53.

Newlands, C. (1997) "The Metamorphosis of Ovidís Medea" in Clauss and Johnston (1997) 178-208.

Nikolaidis, A. G. (1985) "Some Observations on Ovidís Lost Medea," Latomus 44:383-7.

OíConnor-Visser, E. A. M. E. (1987) Aspects of Human Sacrifice in the Tragedies of Euripides. Amsterdam.

Otis, B. (1970) Ovid As an Epic Poet . Cambridge. Second Edition

Page, D. L. (1938) Euripides: Medea. Oxford.

Palmer, A. (1967) Heroides. Hildesheim.

Paula, J. (1986) "Crises of Identity in Ovid's Metamorphoses," BICS 33:17-25.

Perraud, L. A. (1983) "Amatores Exclusi. Apostrophe and Separation in the Pyramus and Thisbe Episode," CJ 79:135-9.

Rhorer, C. C. (1980) "Red and White in Ovid's Metamorphoses: The Mulberry tree in the Tale of Pyramus and Thisbe," Ramus 9:79-88.

Rudd, N. (1979) "Pyramus and Thisbe in Shakespeare and Ovid. A Midsummer Night's Dream and Metamorphoses 4.1-166" in D. West and T. Woodman, Creative Imitation and Latin Literature. Cambridge.

Seaford, R. (1989) "Homeric and Tragic Sacrifice," TAPA 119:87-95.

Seaford, R. (1996) Euripides: Bacchae. Warminster.

Segal, C. (1992) "Philomela's Web and the Pleasures of the Text" in R. M. Wilhelm and H. Jones (edd.), The Two Worlds of the Poet. Wayne State.

Sifakis, G. M. (1979) "Children in Greek Tragedy," BICS 26:67-80.

Smith, R. A. (1994) "Fantasy, Myth, and Love Letters: Text and Tale in Ovidís Heroides," Arethusa 27:247-73

Smith, R. A. (1997) Poetic Allusion and Poetic Embrace in Ovid and Virgil. Michigan.

Solodow, J. B. (1988) The World of Ovidís Metamorphoses. North Carolina.

Sutton, D. F. (1984) The Lost Sophocles. University Press of America.

Taplin, O. (1977) The Stagecraft of Aeschylus. Oxford.J

Thalmann, W. G. (1993) "Euripides and Aeschylus: The Case of the Hekabe," ClAnt 12:126-59.

Tissol, G. (1997) The Face of Nature. Princeton

Venini, P. (1952) "LíEcuba di Euripide e Ovidio," RIL 85:362-77.

Verducci, F. (1985) Ovidís Toyshop of the Heart. Princeton.

Vidal-Naquet, P. (1981) "The Black Hunter and the Origins of the Athenian Ephebeia" in Gordon (ed.) Myth, Religion and Society. Cambridge.

Webster, T. B. L. (1967) The Tragedies of Euripides. London.J

Wilkinson, L. P. (1955) Ovid Recalled. Cambridge.

Wise, V. M. (1977) "Flight Myths in Ovid's Metamorphoses," Ramus 6:44-59.

 
 
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