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Roman Literature and its Contexts

This series is designed to encourage readers of Latin texts to sharpen their readings by placing them in broader and better defined contexts, and to encourage other classicists to explore the general or particular implications of their work for readers of Latin texts. The books all constitute original and innovative research and are envisaged as suggestive essays whose aim is to stimulate debate.

General Editors: Denis Feeney, Princeton University; Stephen Hinds, University of Washington, Seattle

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