Decimi Junii Juvenalis Satirae XIII Thirteen Satires of Juvenal; With Notes and Introduction (Classic Reprint)

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Decimi Junii Juvenalis Satirae XIII
Thirteen Satires of Juvenal; With Notes and Introduction (Classic Reprint)

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  • Format: 15.2x22.9cm
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Opis: Decimi Junii Juvenalis Satirae XIII - Simcox George Augustus

Excerpt from Decimi Junii Juvenalis Satirae XIII: Thirteen Satires of Juvenal; With Notes and Introduction

About the life of Juvenal only three things can be said to be known; - that he was the heir of a wealthy freedman; that he practised declamation till middle life, when he found out his talent for declamatory satire; and, lastly, that he was banished to a frontier command, as a punishment for affronting an actor.

It is more than probable, from the Fifteenth Satire, that Egypt was the scene of his banishment, in which case the Scotti, mentioned in the fifth and sixth of the seven lives, printed by Jahn, must either be a copyist's blunder, founded on Coptos, or a false inference from xiv. 193. Some have conjectured, from the great variety of emperors specified as having sacrificed the poet to the vanity of a discreditable favourite, that the whole story is a fiction, based on the satirical allusion to Paris, in the Seventh Satire, and the expressions in the Fifteenth, which imply a personal acquaintance with Egypt This is supported by the observation, that Paris was put to death by Domitian, A. D. 83, while no Junius was consul till A. D. 84. We have no right to reject the story of the exile supported as it is by Sidonius Apollinaris who refers to it (IX. 266) as established belief of the fifth century; and the chronological difficulty about its cause may perhaps be removed by observing, that all the lives but one treat the emperor as the offended party, and that three state expressly that it was only on their republication that the lines on Paris gave offence.

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Szczegóły: Decimi Junii Juvenalis Satirae XIII - Simcox George Augustus

Tytuł: Decimi Junii Juvenalis Satirae XIII
Podtytuł: Thirteen Satires of Juvenal; With Notes and Introduction (Classic Reprint)
Autor: Simcox George Augustus
Wydawnictwo: FB &c Ltd
ISBN: 9781332008384
Języki: angielski
Rok wydania: 2015
Ilość stron: 258
Format: 15.2x22.9cm
Oprawa: Miękka


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