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8 edition of Clodia found in the catalog.

Clodia

a sourcebook

by Julia Dyson Hejduk

  • 37 Want to read
  • 4 Currently reading

Published by University of Oklahoma Press in Norman .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clodia, -- 94-53 B.C. -- Relations with men,
  • Clodia, -- 94-53 B.C. -- In literature,
  • Cicero, Marcus Tullius -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • Catullus, Gaius Valerius -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • Women -- Rome -- Biography,
  • Love poetry, Latin -- History and criticism,
  • Rome -- In literature

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 259-269).

    StatementJulia Dyson Hejduk.
    GenreBiography.
    SeriesOklahoma series in classical culture -- v. 33
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDG260.C6 H45 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 269 p. ;
    Number of Pages269
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16717154M
    ISBN 100806139072
    ISBN 109780806139074
    LC Control Number2007034420

    Who was Clodia and what did she think about the affair, the gossip, the scandal, the poems? Jackson honors and subverts her source material in lines that are a marvel of ventriloquism. The book's second section, "The Photographer's Secret," furthers this superb exploration of voice and certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.com: $ Clodia Metelli: The Tribune's Sister is the first full-length biography of a Roman aristocrat whose colorful life, as described by her contemporaries, has inspired numerous modern works of popular fiction, art, and poetry. Clodia, widow of the consul Metellus Celer, was one of several prominent females who made a mark on history during the last decades of the Roman Republic.

    DeMaria takes a sensational subject and mines it with literary skill. The subject is the efflorescent decadence of the Roman Empire during Caesar's heyday, which the narrator, the poet Catullus, describes as ""a golden nightmare."" Clodia is the Theda Bara of the city, a temptress whose intimate circle consists of the most brilliant intellectuals and hedonists in Rome. She is seven years the. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Clodia: A Sourcebook 33 by Julia Dyson Hejduk (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!

    Get this from a library! Clodia: a sourcebook. [Julia Dyson Hejduk] -- Volume 33 in the Oklahoma Series in Classical Culture, this title provides primary sources on Clodia Metelli, the Roman woman who influenced Cicero, Catullus, and countless others. Hejduk (classics. Book Piani di Clodia - Holiday Park, Lazise on Tripadvisor: See traveler reviews, candid photos, and great deals for Piani di Clodia - Holiday Park, ranked #10 of 4/4().


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This novel, which I first read back inis excellent and powerful. Its candid look at the corruption of Rome is impressive and reminds us very much of the present ("the government's words are lies"), and its delineation of Catullus' love for Clodia is intense and heartbreaking.5/5(1).

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Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Noble and notorious, the flamboyant Clodia Metelli was the object of passion in poetry and prose in ancient Rome and appears in more written sources than any other woman of her day.

Cicero, in a famous oration, branded her a whore yet in private correspondence mentions seeking her help.3/5. Clodia: A Sourcebook (Volume 33) (Oklahoma Series in Classical Culture) by Julia Dyson Hejduk (Author)Cited by: 4. Noble and notorious, the flamboyant Clodia Metelli was the object of passion in poetry and prose in ancient Rome and appears in more written sources than any other woman of her day.

Cicero, in a. a pseudonym (Ovid states) for Clodia, according to the 2nd-century writer Apuleius. His poems also record, directly or indirectly, a homosexual affair with a youth named Juventius.

His poems also record, directly or indirectly, a homosexual affair with a youth named Juventius. Aug 30,  ·   One of the greatest Roman Clodia book of all time, Catullus wrote poems that alternately adored and defamed a woman named “Lesbia,” which was evidently a pseudonym for Clodia Metelli.

Cattulus at Lesbia’s by Sir Laurence Alma Tadema. Image source: Wikipedia In the poems, “Lesbia” is the heartless tormentor of lovesick certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.com: Miriam Kamil. Clodia is a central character in the novel Clodia by Robert DeMaria. Clodia plays a role in the Ides of March, an epistolary novel by Thornton Wilder covering the events leading to Born: Rome.

Jan 17,  · In this first full-length biography (as far as that is possible) of Clodia, Marilyn Skinner, a A feminist attempt to reclaim Clodia Clodia Metelli is one of the best known women of Republican Rome - and has reappeared frequently in fictional works such as Saylor's The Venus Throw, Dunmore's Counting the Stars and Wilder's The Ides Of March/5.

Clodia Metelli I have a couple of projects on the go currently. One is Mortal Peril, a vampire novel set mostly in contemporary London. This is in the very last more I have a couple of projects on the go currently. One is Mortal Peril, a vampire novel set mostly in contemporary London/5.

Books, Toys, Games and much more. For in Rome reigned Clodia the Lesbia of his poems -- enigmatic, beautiful, depraved. This is the story of Catullus's metamorphosis from a bright-haired, romantic youth into a man ill and embittered at the age of thirty.

It is also the story of the last days of the Republic, and of Cicero's struggle. The domus in Latin literature "is charged with precisely gendered social, cultural, and political significance;" It is mentioned within the speech at least twenty-seven times.

Clodia's house is mentioned the most and it is "a problematized space in which traditional Roman expectations of domestic behavior are egregiously violated.". Book now Welcome. Let our fifth star guide you.

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Made in Italy. Details. Clodia, (born Claudia Pulchra Prima or Maior or also Quadrantaria c. 95 BC or c. 94 BC and often referred to in scholarship as Clodia Metelli ("Clodia the wife of Metellus"), was the third daughter of the patrician Appius Claudius Pulcher and Caecilia Metella Balearica.

Apr 28,  · A striking portrait of one of the most fascinating women in Roman historyNoble and notorious, the flamboyant Clodia Metelli was the object of passion in poetry and prose in ancient Rome and appears in more written sources than any other woman of her day.

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America's first three-star female general presents a personal account of her thirty-two-year career in the U.S. Army/5(24). May 07,  · Clodia Metelli is probably the most famous Roman villainess of the mid-first century B.C.

Think of her as a cross between Cruella De Vil and Lucrezia Borgia. Like the bitches and witches of ancient poetry, Clodia had a reputation as a seductress, schemer, and murderer. No one had anything good to say about her.

Catullus, Clodia and the pangs of despised love on The Spectator | Reading Daisy Dunn’s ambitious first book, a biography of the salty (in more ways than. Clodia Pulchra (born 57 BC/56 BC), also known as Claudia, was the daughter of Fulvia by her first husband Publius Clodius certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.com was the stepdaughter of Mark Antony and half-sister of Marcus Antonius Antyllus and Iullus AntoniusFather: Publius Clodius Pulcher.The American poet Louis Zokofsky in wrote an extraordinary set of homophonic translations of Catullus that attempted in English to replicate the sound as primary emphasis, rather than the more common emphasis on sense of the originals (although the relationship between sound and sense there is often misrepresented and has been clarified by careful study); his Catullus versions have had .Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

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