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2013 | 16 | 91-99
Article title

Madame Door of Brixia. The mystery of Catullus 67

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Abstracts
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The text deals with Catullus’ carmen 67, a problematic and unclear poem, set in Brescia and dealing with the motifs of marriage and infidelity. It analyses a number of problems crucial for the text: the question of its genre, the possible identity of the characters in this little domestic drama and the role of the addressee: the door of the family house.
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16
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91-99
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Contributors
  • Jagiellonian University
References
  • Badian E., 1980, ‘The Case of the Door’s Marriage (Catullus 67.6)’, Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Vol. 84, pp. 81-89.
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  • Canter H. V., 1920, ‘The Paraclausithyron as a Literary Theme’, The American Journal of Philology, Vol. 41, No. 4, pp. 355-368.
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  • Copley F. O., 1956, Exclusus Amator. A Study in Latin Love Poetry, Baltimore.
  • Laguna Mariscal G., 2002, Estudio literario de la poésia 67 de Catulo, Amsterdam.
  • Levine Ph., 1985, ‘Catullus, c. 67: A Dark Side of Love and Marriage’, Classical Antiquity, Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 62-71.
  • Murgatroyd P., 1989, ‘Some Neglected Aspects of Catullus 67’, Hermes, Vol. 117, No. 4, pp. 471-478.
  • Wiseman T. P., 1969, Catullan Questions, Leicester.
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