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Compiled by Costas PanayotakisThe following bibliographical lists on the Satyricon are bound to be selective, since scholarly contributions on various aspects of Petronius' novel have increased to an overwhelming degree already from the early 1960s. For fuller bibliographies, which include references to works on Petronius before the 1940s, consult:
J. Marouzeau (ed.), L'Année Philologique, s.v. Petronius.
H. Schnur, ' "Recent Petronian Scholarship"', CW 50 ( 1957), 133-6, 141-3.
G. L. Schmeling, ' "Petronian Scholarship since 1957"', CW 62 ( 1969), 157-64.
G. L. Schmeling (ed.), Petronian Society Newsletter I- ( 1970-).
G. N. Sandy, ' "Recent Scholarship on the Prose Fiction of Classical Antiquity"', CW 67 ( 1974), 355-7.
M. S. Smith (ed.), Petronius. Cena Trimalchionis ( Oxford, 1975), xxviii-xxxiii.
C. L. SCHMELING and J. H. Stuckey, A Bibliography of Petronius (Leiden, 1977).
M. S. Smith, ' "A Bibliography of Petronius (1945-1982)"', ANRW 2/32.3 ( 1985), 1624-65.
E. L. Bowie and S. J. Harrison, ' "The Romance of the Novel"', JRS 83 ( 1993), 159-78.
N. Holzberg, ' "Petron 1965-1995"' in K. Müller- W. Ehlers (eds), Petronius: Satyrica. Schelmenszenen 4 Auflage ( Zürich 1995), 544-60.

The reader should also consult, from the 'General' list below, the bibliographies provided in Sullivan 1968, Walsh 1970, Slater 1990, Panayotakis 1995.


I. Editions and Commentaries

There is no satisfactory Commentary on the entire surviving Satyricon yet, though one is being prepared by G. L. Schmeling, incorporating work by the late J. P. Sullivan. The fourth edition of the text by K. Müller is now available in the Teubner Series. Among recent, easily accessible editions and commentaries see:

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  • The Satyricon i
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface and Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction xiii
  • Select Bibliography xlvi
  • 1 - At the School of Rhetoric 1
  • 2 - Dubious Encounters in the Town 5
  • 3 - Jealousy at the Lodging 7
  • 4 - An Episode in the Market 9
  • 5 - Enter Quartilla, the Priapic Priestess 12
  • 6 - Dinner at Trimalchio's 20
  • 7 - Giton Spurns Encolpius for Ascyltus 67
  • 8 - Eumolpus in the Art Gallery 71
  • 9 - Reconciliation with Giton; Eumolpus as Rival 79
  • 10 - The Episode on Ship. Enter Lichas and Tryphaena 88
  • 11 - The Journey to Croton 110
  • 12 - The Encounter with Circe 124
  • 13 - Eumolpus and the Legacy-Hunters 145
  • Index and Glossary of Names 205
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