The Poems of Theocritus

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The Poems of Theocritus

Translated with Introductions by
Anna Rist

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS
CHAPEL HILL

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Poems of Theocritus *
  • Contents *
  • Translator's Preface ix
  • General Introduction *
  • The Idylls *
  • Idyll I 23
  • Thyrsis or the Song 28
  • Idyll II 34
  • The Spellbinders 39
  • Idyll III 46
  • The Goatherd's Serenade 49
  • Idyll IV 52
  • Battus 56
  • Idyll V 61
  • The Shepherd and the Goatherd 65
  • Idyll VI 75
  • Damoetas and Daphnis 79
  • Idyll VII 81
  • The Harvest Home 90
  • Idyll X 95
  • The Day Labourers 98
  • Idyll XI 101
  • The Cyclops 106
  • Idyll XII 109
  • To the Harkener 113
  • Idyll XIII 115
  • Hylas 120
  • Idyll XIV 123
  • Aeschinas and Thyonichus 128
  • Idyll XV 132
  • The Devotees of Adonis 136
  • Idyll XVI 143
  • The Graces 148
  • Idyll XVII 152
  • An Encomium 155
  • Idyll XVIII 160
  • Epithalamium for Helen 164
  • Idyll XXII 166
  • The Heavenly Twins 171
  • Idyll XXIV 180
  • Baby Heracles 186
  • Idyll XXVI 191
  • The Bacchants 197
  • Idyll XXVIII 199
  • The Distaff 200
  • Idylls XXIX & XXX 202
  • Lines to a Boy, I 203
  • Lines to a Boy, II 204
  • Fragment of Berenice Epigrams *
  • Fragment of Berenice 209
  • Epigrams 210
  • Appendix 221
  • Idyll VIII 226
  • Idyll IX 230
  • Idyll XXV 232
  • Bibliography 241
  • Index 247
  • A Note on the Author *
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