The Madness of Epic: Reading Insanity from Homer to Statius

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INDEX OF PASSAGES
Aeschylus:
Eum. :
6719 n. 73
Apollonius Rhodius:
1. 1232-3 20 n. 79
1. 1261-4 19
1. 1265-72 29
3. 2-3 31
3. 275-7 30
3. 28118
3. 284, 286-90 18
3. 676 18 n. 70
3. 797 19 n. 73
3. 798 19 n. 73
4. 2-5 18-19
4. 1119
4. 16-19 19
4. 375 19 n. 73
4. 385-7 49 n. 199
4. 1019 19 n. 73
ps. - Aristotle:
Problem30125
Caelius Aurelianus:
Chronic Diseases:
1. 1463
1. 1504
1. 1545
Catullus:
63. 473
63. 38-49 73
63. 5775
63. 6974
63. 7974
64. 6136
64. 69-70 173
64. 92173
64. 12596 n. 87
64. 13496 n. 87
64. 204100 n. 98
104. 1-2 289 n. 82
Cicero:
Acad. :
2. 135234-5
Cat . :
2. 25204
Nat. :
D. 2. 6695 n. 81
Arch. :
1862
Tusc. :
3. 56
3. 66
3. 77
3. 1110-11, 11
Democritus:
DK 68 B21 62
Ennius:
Ann. :
225 Sk. 103 n. 105
Euripides:
Bacch. :
217-18 50
298-9 41
920-2 33
1267, 1269-70 40
HF:
844 72
868 134 n. 28
869-70 29
873 30 n. 118, 148
882-3 134 n. 2. 8
896-7 40 n. 157
990 134 n. 28
1086 40
1089-92 71
1098 71-2
1144 29
Hipp. :
525-6 289 n. 82
Med. :
431-2 36 n. 138
873-4 36 n. 138
Or. :
25955
27971
408 55
835 40
Tro. :
30741 n. 165
408 41 n. 165

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Oxford Classical Monographs i
  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • Abbreviations and Texts xii
  • 1 - Introduction: Fragments D'Un Discours Furieux 1
  • 2 - Vergil's Aeneid: the Romans and the Irrational 68
  • 3 - Homeric Epic: the Greeks and the Rational? 125
  • 4 - Ovid's Metamorphoses: Shifting Boundaries of the Divided Self 161
  • 5 - Lucan's Bellum Ciuile: Epic in Extremis 197
  • 6 - Statius' Thebaid: Furor Without Limits 247
  • Epilogue 302
  • References 305
  • Index of Passages 333
  • General Index 343
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