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Shirley Werner

Research Scholar
Classical Studies
Box 90103, Durham, NC 27708-0103
Classical Studies, Duke Box 90103, Durham, NC 27708-0103

Selected Publications


Two Unnarrated Stories in Horace's Roman Odes (Carm. 3.2.1-12 and 3.6.21-32): Echoes of Vergil's Unfinished Aeneid and a Lowlife Epigram

Journal Article Antichthon · July 19, 2023 Within the rhetorical frameworks of exhortation and illustrative exemplum, Horace's second and sixth Roman Odes offer compressed, contrasting images of a young person's education and transformation, presenting these as stories about a puer and a virgo, res ... Full text Open Access Cite

Poetic Discourse, Rhetoric, and Augustus in Horace’s Regulus Ode (Hor. Carm. 3.5)

Journal Article Mouseion: journal of the Classical Association of Canada · 2023 Cite

The Rules of the Game: Imitation and Mimesis in Horace Epistles 1.19

Journal Article Harvard Studies in Classical Philology · 2022 Cite

The Transmission and Scholia to Lucan's Bellum Civile

Book · 1998 A detailed study of Beinecke MS 673 - a late eleventh- or early twelfth-century Italian manuscript containing a substantial portion of Lucan's Bellum civile - serves as the basis for a wider investigation into the history of the textual and ... ... Cite

Reading through Distance: Horace, Ode 3.2 and the Rhetoric Imposed by the Reader

Journal Article Classical and Modern Literature · 1997 Cite

Two Unnarrated Stories in Horace's Roman Odes (Carm. 3.2.1-12 and 3.6.21-32): Echoes of Vergil's Unfinished Aeneid and a Lowlife Epigram

Journal Article Antichthon · July 19, 2023 Within the rhetorical frameworks of exhortation and illustrative exemplum, Horace's second and sixth Roman Odes offer compressed, contrasting images of a young person's education and transformation, presenting these as stories about a puer and a virgo, res ... Full text Open Access Cite

Poetic Discourse, Rhetoric, and Augustus in Horace’s Regulus Ode (Hor. Carm. 3.5)

Journal Article Mouseion: journal of the Classical Association of Canada · 2023 Cite

The Rules of the Game: Imitation and Mimesis in Horace Epistles 1.19

Journal Article Harvard Studies in Classical Philology · 2022 Cite

The Transmission and Scholia to Lucan's Bellum Civile

Book · 1998 A detailed study of Beinecke MS 673 - a late eleventh- or early twelfth-century Italian manuscript containing a substantial portion of Lucan's Bellum civile - serves as the basis for a wider investigation into the history of the textual and ... ... Cite

Reading through Distance: Horace, Ode 3.2 and the Rhetoric Imposed by the Reader

Journal Article Classical and Modern Literature · 1997 Cite