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Hellenistic Poetry Bibliography

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Hellenistic Poetry 2011BIBLIOGRAPHY
** I have my own copies of most of the following materials, so if there is any item onthe bibliography which you cannot find in the University library, please ask me.** Remember the free online full-text journals (for viewing, printing, and dowloading)on JSTOR, Project Muse, and Ingenta, available through the university network.** For the most complete and up-to-date bibliography for Hellenistic poets see theextensive online bibliography created by Martin Cuypers: 
Bulloch, A.W. (1989) “Hellenistic Poetry” in Easterling, P. & Knox. B.M.W. eds.
The Cambridge History of Classical Literature. Vol. 1, Part 4,
CUP 1-81Erskine, A. ed. (2003)
 A Companion to the Hellenistic World,
BlackwellErskine, A. (1995) “Culture and Power in Ptolemaic Egypt: The Museum and Library of  Alexandria”
42 38-48Fowler, B. (19)
The Hellenistic Aesthetic 
, Bristol Classical PressFraser, P.M. (1972)
Ptolemaic Alexandria
, OxfordGoldhill, S. (1994) “The Naive and the Knowing Eye. Ecphrasis and the Culture of Viewing in the Hellenistic World” in Goldhill, S. & Osborne, R. eds.
 Art and Text in Ancient Greek Culture
, Cambridge: CUP, 197-223.Hutchinson, G.O. (1988)
Hellenistic Poetry 
, OxfordOnians, J. (1979)
 Art and Thought in the Hellenistic Age
, Thames and HudsonPfeiffer, R. (1968)
 A History of Classical Scholarship
, OxfordPollitt, J.J. (1986)
 Art in the Hellenistic Age
, CambridgeShipley, G. (2000)
The Greek World after Alexander 
, RoutledgeZanker, G. (1987)
Realism in Alexandrian Poetry 
, London
TheocritusEditions, Commentaries and Translations
Dover, K. J. ed. (1971)
Theocritus, Select Poems,
London (Includes Idylls 1, 2, 7, 15)Gow, A. S.F. ed. (1950)
Theocritus. Vol. 1: Text , Vol. 2: Commentary,
CambridgeHunter, R L. ed. (1999)
Theocritus. A Selection
, CUP (Includes Idylls 1, 7)Verity, A & R Hunter. (2002)
Theocritus, Idylls,
Oxford: OUP
Theocritus: General
 Abbenes, J. G.J. (1996) “The Doric of Theocritus. A literary language” in M.A. Harder et al. eds.
Groningen, Forsten, 1-19. Arnott, W. G. (1996) “The Preoccupations of Theocritus: Structure, Illusive Realism, Allusive Learning.” in M.A. Harder et al. eds.
Groningen, Forsten, 55-70Damon, C. (1995) “Narrative and mimesis in the Idylls of Theocritus”
51 101-23Gutzwiller, K. J. (1996) “The Evidence for Theocritean Poetry Books” in M.A. Harder et al. eds.
Groningen, Forsten, 119-48.Hunter, R L. (1996)
Theocritus and the Archaeology of Greek Poetry.
Cambridge ch.1Hunter, R (2003)”Reflecting on writing & culture. Theocritus & the style of cultural change” inH. Yunis ed
. Written Texts & the Rise of Literate Culture in Ancient Greece,
CUP 213-34Rossi, O. (2003) “Poetry from a narrow world. Characterization through similes inTheocritus’ Idylls” http://www.chs.harvard.edu/chs_pubs/epubs.html#theocritus (pdf)White, H. (1979)
Studies in Theocritus and Other Hellenistic Poets.
 Amsterdam: GiebenZanker, G. (1989) “Current trends in the study of Hellenic myth in early third-century Alexandrian poetry. The case of Theocritus”
35, 83-103.
Theocritus and Pastoral
 Alpers, Paul. (1996)
What is Pastoral?
Chicago: University of Chicago PressEdquist, H. (1975) “Aspects of Theocritean ‘otium’”
4, 101-14.Fantuzzi, M. (1995) “Mythological paradigms in the bucolic poetry of Theocritus”
41, 16-35.Gutzwiller, K. J. (1991)
Theocritus’ Pastoral Analogies. The Formation of a Genre.
Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 83-104Haber, J.
(1994) Pastoral and the Poetics of Self-Contradiction.
CUPSegal, Charles P. (1981)
Poetry and Myth in Ancient Pastoral.
Princeton: Princeton UP
Idyll 1
Cairns, F. (1984) “Theocritus’ first Idyll. The literary programme”
18, 89-113.
Crane, G. (1987) “The laughter of Aphrodite in Theocritus, Idyll 1”
91, 161-84.Frangeskou, V. (1996) “Theocritus’ Idyll 1. An unusual bucolic agon”
161, 23-42Gow, A. S.F. (1913) “The Cup in the First Idyll of Theocritus”
33, 207-22.Gutzwiller, K. J. (1991)
Theocritus’ Pastoral Analogies. The Formation of a Genre.
Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 83-104Lushkov, A. (2003) “Watching Daphnis. Frustration of viewing in Idylls 1 and 6”http://www.chs.harvard.edu/chs_pubs/epubs.html#theocritus (pdf)Ogilvie, R.M. (1962) “The Song of Thyrsis”
82, 106-10.Payne, M. E. (2001)
“Ecphrasis and Song in Theocritus’ Idyll 1” 
42, 263-87 
Petrain, D. (2003) “The goatherd’s cup, the temple of Juno, and a tradition of ecphrasticnarrative” http://www.chs.harvard.edu/chs_pubs/epubs.html#theocritus (pdf)Walsh, G B. (1985) “Seeing & feeling. Representation in 2 poems of Theocritus”
80 1-19Williams, F. (1969) “Theocritus, Idyll I 81-91”
89, 121-3.Zimmerman, C. (1994) “An Iliadic model for Theocritus 1.95-113”
115, 375-80
Idyll 7
 Arnott, W. G. (1984) “Lycidas and double perspectives. A discussion of Theocritus’seventh Idyll”
26, 333-46.Bowie, E. L. (1985) “Theocritus’ seventh Idyll, Philetas and Longus”
35, 67-91Bowie, E L. (1996) “Frame and Framed in Theocritus Poems 6 and 7” in M.A. Harder etal. eds.
Groningen, Forsten, 91-100.Brown, E.L. (1981) “The Lycidas of Theocritus’ Idyll 7”
85, 59-100.Cameron, A. (1963) “The Form of the Thalysia.’ In
Miscellanea di Studi Alessandrini in memoria di Augusto Rostagni. Torino
291-307.Clauss, J. J. (2003) “Once upon a time on Cos. A banquet with Pan on the side inTheocritus Idyll 7”
101, 289-302.Goldhill, S. (1991)
The Poet’s Voice,
CUP 225-246Gow, A.S.F. (1940 )“The Seventh Idyll of Theocritus”
34 47-54Gutzwiller, K. J. (1991)
Theocritus’ Pastoral Analogies. The Formation of a Genre.
Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 158-174Henrichs, A. (1980) “Riper than a pear. Parian invective in Theokritos”
39, 7-27.Kelly, S.T. (1983) “The song of time. Theocritus’ seventh Idyll”
44, 103-15Krevans, N. (1983) “Geography & literary tradition in Theocritus 7”
113, 201-20.Pearce, T.E.V. (1988) “The function of the locus amoenus in Theocritus’ seventh poem”
131, 276-304.Segal, C. P. (1974) “Simichidas’ modesty. Theocritus” Idyll 7,44.’
95, 128-36.Segal, C. P. (1974) “Theocritus’ seventh Idyll and Lycidas”
8, 20-79.Walsh, G B. (1985) “Seeing and feeling. Representation in two poems of Theocritus 1 /7”
80 1-19Williams, F. (1971) “A theophany in Theocritus”
21, 137-45.Williams, F. (1978) “Scenes of encounter in Homer & Theocritus”
3, 219-25
Zagagi, N. (1984) “Self-recognition in Theocritus’ 7th Idyll”
112, 427-38.
Idyll 15
Burton, J. B. (1995)
Theocritus’ Urban Mimes. Mobility, Gender, and Patronage
.Univ. Cal. PressDavies, M. (1995) “Theocritus’ Adoniazusae
42, 152-7.Gow, A. S.F. (1938) “The Adoniazusae of Theocritus”
58, 180-204.Griffiths, F. T. (1979)
Theocritus at Court.
Leiden: Brill 82-86, and 116-128Hunter, R L. (1996)
Theocritus and the Archaeology of Greek Poetry.
Cambridge ch.5Hunter, R.L. (1996) “Mime and Mimesis. Theocritus, Idyll 15” in M.A. Harder et al.eds.
Groningen, Forsten, 149-69.Reed, J. D. (2000) “Arsinoe’s Adonis and the poetics of ptolemaic imperialism”
130, 319-51.Simms, R.R. (1997) “A Date with Adonis”
31, 45-53.Skinner, M. B. (2001) “Ladies’ Day at the Art Institute. Theocritus, Herodas, and theGendered Gaze” in Lardinois, A. & McClure, L. eds.
Making Silence Speak.Women’s Voices in Greek Literature and Society 
. Princeton UP, 201-
Whitehorne, J.E.G. (1995) “Women’s work in Theocritus, Idyll 15”
123, 63-75.
Idyll 17
Goldhill, S. (1991)
The Poet’s Voice,
CUP 272-283Griffiths, Frederick T. (1979)
Theocritus at Court.
Leiden: Brill 71-81Hunter, R. L. (2003)
Theocritus, Encomium of Ptolemy Philadelphus. Text and translation with introduction and commentary 
, Berkeley, Univ. of California Press
CallimachusEditions, Commentaries and Translations
Hopkinson, N. ed. (1988)
 A Hellenistic Anthology 
, CUPPfeiffer, R. ed. (1949-53)
2 Vols
OxfordHymn 1: Maclennan, G.R. ed. (1977)
Callimachus: Hymn to Zeus
, RomaHymn 2: Williams, F. ed. (1978)
Callimachus’ Hymn to Apollo,
OxfordHymn 5: Bulloch, A. W. ed. (1985)
Callimachus: The Fifth Hymn,
CambridgeHymn 6: Hopkinson, N. ed. (1984)
Callimachus: Hymn to Demeter 
, CambridgeNisetich, F J. (2001)
The Poems of Callimachus,
Callimachus: General
Bing, P. (1988)
The Well-Read Muse: Present and Past in Callimachus and theHellenistic Poets
, GottingenStephens, S A. (1998) “Callimachus at Court” in Harder, M.A. et al. eds.
Genre inHellenistic Poetry 
, Groningen 167-85.
Stephens, S. (2001) “Egyptian Callimachus” in Lehnus, L. et al. eds.
Callimaque. SeptExposes suivis de discussions
, Vandoeuvres 235-262 and Discussion 263-270 
 Aetia General 
Harder, M. A. (1990) “Untrodden Paths: Where do they lead?”
93, 287-309Harder, M. A. (1988) “Callimachus and the Muses. Some aspects of narrative techniquein Aetia 1-2”
14, 1-14Harder, M. A. (2003) “The invention of past, present & future in Callimachus' Aetia”
131, 290ff.
Harder, M.A. (2001) “Intertextuality in Callimachus’ Aetia” in Lehnus, L. et al. eds.
Callimaque. Sept Exposes suivis de discussions
, Vandoeuvres 189-223 `and Discussion 224-234
Hutchinson, G. O. (2003) “The Aetia: Callimachus' poem of knowledge”
145, 47-59
Aetia Prologue
 Acosta-Hughes, B. & Stephens, S. (2001) “Aetia Fr. 1.5. I told my story like a Child”
136, 214-6

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