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Bibliography

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Critical Works (Texts and Commentaries):

**Budelmann, F. (2018) Greek Lyric: A Selection (Cambridge): main set edition for original Greek students (other commentaries via module convenor/course extracts). See also Campbell's earlier Bristol Classical Press edition.

Campbell, D. A. (1982–1993) Greek Lyric (Loeb; Cambridge MA.). In five volumes: I Sappho and Alcaeus (1982), II Anacreon, Anacreontea and Choral Lyric from Olympus to Alcman (1988); III Stesichorus, Ibycus and Simonides (1991); IV Bacchylides, Corinna and Others (1992); V The New School of Poetry and Anonymous Songs
 (1993) (Greek texts and translation)

Hutchinson, G. O. (2001) Greek Lyric Poetry: A Commentary on Selected Larger Pieces (Oxford).

**Maehler, H. (2004) Bacchylides: A Selection (Cambridge).

**Instone, S. (1996) Pindar: Selected Odes. Olympian One, Pythian Nine, Nemeans Two & Three, Isthmian One (Warminster).

Race, W. H. (1997) Pindar (2 vols.; Loeb; Cambridge MA). (Greek texts and translation)

 

Lexicon:

Slater, W. J. (1969) Lexicon to Pindar (Berlin) – available online via Perseus and Logeion smartphone app.

 

Other Translations

**Carson, A. (2002) If Not, Winter: Fragments of Sappho (New York), supplemented by course extracts for new material.

Nisetich, F. (1980) Pindar’s Victory Songs (Baltimore).

**West, M. L. (2008) Greek Lyric Poetry (Oxford).


Surveys

**Budelmann, F. (ed.) (2009) The Cambridge Companion to Greek Lyric (Cambridge).

A variety of useful articles: especially to be recommended are those by Budelmann, Stehle, Griffith, Graziosi and Haubold, Battezzato, Yatromanolakis, Csapo and Wilson, and Silk.
 


Critical-Theoretical Approaches (TO COMPLETE)

Burt, S. (2016) ‘What is this thing called lyric?’, Modern Philology 113: 422–40.

**Butler, S. (2015) ‘Eine Kleine Nachtmusik’, ch. 3 in The Ancient Phonograph (New York), 89–119.

**Culler, J. (2015) Theory of the Lyric (Cambridge).

**Felski, R. (2008) Uses of Literature (Oxford).

Felski, R. (2015) ‘“Context stinks!”’, in The Limits of Critique (Chicago), 151–85.

Goldhill, S. (1994) ‘The failure of exemplarity’, in I. J. F. de Jong and J. Sullivan (eds.) Modern Critical Theory and Classical Literature (Mnemosyne supplement 130, Leiden and Boston), 51–73.

Goldhill, S. (1999) ‘Literary history without literature: reading practices in the ancient world’, SubStance 88: 57–89.

Goldhill, S. (2017) 'The limits of the case study: exemplarity and the reception of classical literature', New Literary History 48: 415–35.

Greene, T. M. (1993) ‘Poetry as invocation’, New Literary History 24: 495–517.

Grethlein, J. (2015) ‘Aesthetic experiences, ancient and modern’, New Literary History 46: 309–33.

**Jackson, V. and Prins, Y. (2013) The Lyric Theory Reader: A Critical Anthology (Baltimore).

Michael, J. (2017) ‘Lyric history: temporality, rhetoric, and the ethics of poetry’, New Literary History 48: 265–84.

**Peponi, A.-E. (2012) Frontiers of Pleasure: Models of Aesthetic Response in Archaic and Classical Greek Thought (Oxford and New York).

Stewart, S. (2009) ‘Lyric’ in Eldridge, R. (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Literature (Oxford) 45–70.


Art and Reception (with a focus on Cy Twombly) (TO COMPLETE)

**Holmes, B. and Marta, K. (eds.) (2017) Liquid Antiquity (Geneva).

Del Roscio, N. (ed.) (2002) Writings on Cy Twombly (Munich) - for the two extraordinary discussions of Twombly by the Frenth theorist Roland Barthes: ‘Non multa sed multum’ (88–101) and 'The wisdom of art' (102–14).

Jacobus, M. (2016) Reading Cy Twombly: Poetry in Paint (Princeton).

For Barthes on Twombly in contemporary lyric scholarship, see Payne (2018) below under Pindar


General Classical bibliography, including approaches to ancient Greek contexts (TO COMPLETE)

**Agocs, P., Carey, C. and Rawles, R. (eds.) (2012) Reading the Victory Ode (Cambridge).

Agocs, P. (2012) ‘Performance and genre: reading Pindar’s κῶμοι’, in Agocs, Carey, and Rawles (eds.), 191–223.

Athanassaki, L. and Bowie, E. L. (eds.) (2011) Archaic and Classical Choral Song: Politics, Performance and Dissemination (Berlin).

**Billings, J., Budelmann, F. and Macintosh F. (eds.) (2013) Choruses, Ancient and Modern (Oxford).

Bowra, C. M. (1961) Greek Lyric Poetry (2nd ed., Oxford).

Budelmann, F. (2017) ‘Performance, reperformance, preperformance: the paradox of repeating the unique in Pindaric epinician and beyond’, in Hunter and Uhlig (eds.), 42–62.

Budelmann, F. (ed.) (2009) The Cambridge Companion to Greek Lyric (Cambridge).

**Budelmann, F. and Phillips, T. (eds.) (2018) Textual Events: Performance and the Lyric in Early Greece (Oxford).

Burnett, A. P. (1983) Three Archaic Poets: Archilochus, Alcaeus, Sappho (London) - though to be used critically/cautiously - and beware of rather wildly overinterpreted translations.

**Carson, A. (1986) Eros the Bittersweet: An Essay (Princeton).

**Cazzato, V., Obbink, D., and Prodi, E. (eds.) (2016) The Cup of Song: Essays on Poetry and the Symposion (Oxford).

Collins, D. (2004) Master of the Game: Competition and Performance in Greek Poetry (Cambridge MA).

D'Alessio, G. B. (2004) 'Past future and present past: temporal deixis in Greek archaic lyric', Arethusa 37: 267–94.

D’Alessio, G. B. (2009) ‘Defining local identities in Greek lyric poetry’, in Hunter and Rutherford (eds.), 137–67.

D’Angour, A. (2015) ‘Sense and sensation in music’, in Destrée and Murray (eds.), 188–203.

Davies, M. (1988) 'Monody, choral lyric and the tyranny of the hand-book', Classical Quarterly 38: 52–64.

Destrée, P. and Murray, P. (eds.) (2015) A Companion to Ancient Aesthetics (Chichester).

Ford, A. (2002) The Origins of Criticism: Literary Culture and Poetic Theory in Classical Greece (Princeton NJ).

Ford, A. (2003) 'From letters to literature: reading the "song culture" of classical Greece', in H. Yunis (ed.), Written Texts and the Rise of Literate Culture in Ancient Greece (Cambridge), 15–37.

Fränkel, H. (1975) Early Greek Poetry and Philosophy: A History of Greek Epic, Lyric, and Prose to the Middle of the Fifth Century (New York).

Gagné, R. (2016) ‘The world in a cup: ekpomatics in and out of the symposium’, in Cazzato, Obbink, and Prodi (eds.), 207–29.

Gentili, B. (1988) Poetry and its Public in Ancient Greece (Baltimore).

Gerber, D. E. (ed.) (1997) A Companion to the Greek Lyric Poets (Leiden and Boston).

Golden, M. (1998) Sport and Society in Ancient Greece (Cambridge).

Goldhill, S. (1991) The Poet’s Voice: Essays on Poetics and Greek Literature (Cambridge).

Graziosi, B. (2002) Inventing Homer: The Early Reception of Epic (Cambridge).

**Gurd, S. A. (2015) Dissonance: Auditory Aesthetics in Ancient Greece (New York).

Hammer, D. (2004) ‘Ideology, the symposium, and archaic politics’, American Journal of Philology 125: 479–512.

Harvey, A. E. (1955) 'The classification of Greek lyric poetry', Classical Quarterly 5: 157–75.

Hunter, R. L. and Rutherford, I. (eds.) (2009) Wandering Poets in Ancient Greek Culture: Travel, Locality and Pan-Hellenism (Cambridge).

**Hunter, R. L. and Uhlig, A. S. (eds.) (2017) Reperformance in Ancient Culture (Cambridge).

Murray, O. (ed.) (1990) Sympotica: A Symposium on the Symposion (Oxford).

Murray, P. and Wilson, P. (eds.) (2004) Music and the Muses: The Culture of 'Mousikê' in the Classical Athenian City (Oxford).

Peponi, A.-E. (2015) ‘Dance and aesthetic perception’, in Destrée and Murray (eds.), 204–17.

**Phillips, T. and D’Angour, A. (eds.) (2018) Music, Texts, and Culture in Ancient Greece (Oxford).

Rotstein, A. (2012) 'Mousikoi agones and the conceptualization of genre in ancient Greece', Classical Antiquity 31: 92–127.

Segal, C. P. (1998) Aglaia: The Poetry of Alcman, Sappho, Pindar, Bacchylides, and Corinna (Lanham, MD).

Steiner, D. T. (1998) ‘Moving images: fifth-century victory monuments and the athlete’s allure’, Classical Antiquity 17: 123–50.

Steiner, D. T. (2001) Images In Mind: Statues in Archaic and Classical Greek Literature and Thought (Princeton).

Uhlig, A. S. and Hunter, R. L. (2017) ‘What is reperformance?’ in R. L. Hunter and A. S. Uhlig (eds.) Reperformance in Ancient Culture (Cambridge), 1–18.

Węcowski, M. (2014) The Rise of the Greek Aristocratic Banquet (Oxford).

West, M. L. (1992) Ancient Greek Music (Oxford).

Whitmarsh, T. (2004) Ancient Greek Literature (Cambridge) ch. 4.

Wilson, P. (2000) The Athenian institution of the Khoregia: The Chorus, The City and the Stage (Cambridge).



On Individual Poets (additional to relevant items listed above):


Alcaeus

Blondell, R. (2010) ‘Refractions of Homer’s Helen in archaic lyric’, American Journal of Philology 131: 349–91.

Cazzato, V. (2016) 'Symposia en plein air in Alcaeus and others’, in Cazzato, Obbink, and Prodi (eds.), 184–206.

Fearn, D. W. (2018) ‘Materialities of political commitment? Textual events, material culture, and metaliterarity in Alcaeus’ in Budelmann and Phillips (eds.), 93–113.

Gagné, R. (2009) 'Atreid ancestors in Alkaios', Journal of Hellenic Studies 129: 39–43.

Laird, A. (2003) ‘Figures of allegory from Homer to Latin epic’, in G. R. Boys-Stones (ed.) Metaphor, Allegory, and the Classical Tradition (Oxford), 151–76.

Page, D. L. (1955) Sappho and Alcaeus: An Introduction to the Study of Ancient Lesbian Poetry (Oxford).

Segal, C. P. (1998) ‘Beauty, desire, and absence: Helen in Sappho, Alcaeus, and Ibycus’, in Aglaia, 63–83.

Slater, W. J. (1976) 'Symposium at sea', Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 80: 161–70.

Uhlig, A. S. (2018) ‘Sailing and singing: Alcaeus at sea’ in Budelmann and Phillips (eds.), 0000–0000.

Yatromanolakis, D. (2008) 'Genre categories and interdiscursivity in Alkaios and archaic Greece', Synkrise/Comparaison 19: 169–87. (OFFPRINT AVAILABLE TO BORROW FROM MODULE BOX IN DEPARTMENTAL OFFICE)

Yatromanolakis, D. (2009a) ‘Sappho and Alcaeus’, in Budelmann (ed.), 204–26.

Yatromanolakis, D. (2009b) ‘Ancient Greek popular song’, in Budelmann (ed.), 263–76.


Anacreon (to add to)

Budelmann, F. (2009) 'Anacreon and the Anacreontea' in Budelmann (ed.), 227–39.

**Carson, A. (1986) Eros the Bittersweet: An Essay (Princeton).

Fearn, D. W. (forthcoming) ‘The vivid allure of narrative in Greek lyric poetry’ in J. Grethlein, L. Huitink and A. Tagliabue (eds.) Experience in Greek Literature (OFFPRINT AVAILABLE TO BORROW FROM MODULE BOX IN DEPARTMENTAL OFFICE)

Gianrande, F. G. (1973) 'Anacreon and the Lesbian girl', Quaderni urbinati per cultura classica 16: 129–33.


Goldhill, S. (1987) ‘The dance of the veils: reading five fragments of Anacreon’, Eranos 85: 9–18.

Mace, S. (1993) ‘Amour, encore! The development of δηὖτε in archaic lyric’, Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 34: 335–64.

MacLachlan, B. (2001) ‘To box or not to box with Eros? Anacreon fr. 396 Page’, Classical World 94: 123–33.

Pfeijffer, I. L. (2000) 'Playing ball with Homer: an interpretation of Anacreon 358 PMG', Mnemosyne 53: 164–84.

Rosenmeyer, P. (2004) 'Girls at play in early Greek poetry', American Journal of Philology 125: 163–78.

Slater, W. J. (1978) 'Artemon and Anacreon: no text without context', Phoenix 32: 185–94.

West, M. L. (1970) 'Melica', Classical Quarterly 20: 205–15.

Williamson, M. (1998) ‘Eros the blacksmith: performing masculinity in Anakreon’s love lyrics’, in L. Foxhall and J. Salmon (eds.) Thinking Men: Masculinity and its Self-Representation in the Classical Tradition (London) 71–82.


Archilochus (to add to)

Brown, C. G. (2006) ‘Pindar on Archilochus and the Gluttony of Blame (Pyth. 2.52–6)’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 126: 36–46.

Burnett, A. P. (1983) Three Archaic Poets: Archilochus, Alcaeus, Sappho (London).

Carey, C. (1986) ‘Archilochus and Lycambes', Classical Quarterly 36: 60–7.

**Carey, C. and Swift, L. (eds.) (2016) Iambus and Elegy: New Approaches (Oxford).

**Cavarzere, V., Aloni, A., and Barchiesi, A. (eds.) (2001) Iambic Ideas: Essays on a Poetic Tradition from Archaic Greece to the Late Roman Empire (Lanham MD).

Irwin, E. K. (1998) ‘Biography, fiction, and the Archilochean ainos', Journal of Hellenic Studies 118: 177–83.



Gagné, R. (2009) 'A wolf at the table: sympotic perjury in Archilochus', Transactions of the American Philological Association 139: 251–75.

**Hedreen, G. (2016) The Image of the Artist in Archaic and Classical Greece: Art, Poetry, and Subjectivity (Cambridge).

Hedreen, G. (2006) ‘“I let go my force just touching her hair”: male sexuality in Athenian vase-paintings of silens and iambic poetry’, Classical Antiquity 25: 277–325.

Rotstein, A. (2007) ‘Critias’ invective against Archilochus’, Classical Philology 102: 139–54.

Rotstein, A. (2009) The Idea of Iambos (Oxford).

Swift, L. (2016) ‘Poetics and precedents in Archilochus’ erotic imagery’, in Carey and Swift (eds.), 253–70.

Swift, L. (2015) ‘Negotiating seduction: Archilochus’ Cologne Epode and the transformation of epic’, Philologus 159: 2–28.


Bacchylides

Burnett, A. P. (1985) The Art of Bacchylides (Cambridge, MA).


Cairns, D. L. (2010) Bacchylides: Five Epinician Odes (3, 5, 9, 11, 13). Text, Introductory Essays, and Interpretative Commentary (ARCA Monographs 49, Cambridge).

Carey, C. (1999) ‘Ethos and pathos in Bacchylides’, in Pfeijffer and Slings (1999b), 17–29.

Fearn, D. W. (2007) Bacchylides: Politics, Performance, Poetic Tradition (Oxford).

Fearn, D. W. (2012) ‘Bacchylidean myths’, in Agócs, Carey, and Rawles (eds.), 321–43.

Fearn, D. W. (2017) Pindar’s Eyes: Visual and Material Culture in Epinician Poetry (Oxford), ch. 4.

Fearn, D. W. (forthcoming) ‘The vivid allure of narrative in Greek lyric poetry’ in J. Grethlein, L. Huitink and A. Tagliabue (eds.) Experience in Greek Literature. (OFFPRINT AVAILABLE TO BORROW FROM MODULE BOX IN DEPARTMENTAL OFFICE)

Fearn, D. W. (forthcoming) 'Bacchylides' in L. Swift (ed.) A Companion to Greek Lyric Poetry (Abingdon). (OFFPRINT AVAILABLE TO BORROW FROM MODULE BOX IN DEPARTMENTAL OFFICE)

Goldhill, S. (1983) 'Narrative structure in Bacchylides 5', Eranos 81: 65–81.


Hadjimichael, T. A. (2015) ‘Sports-writing: Bacchylides’ athletic descriptions’, Mnemosyne 68: 363–92.

Jebb, R. C. (1905) Bacchylides: The Poems and Fragments (Cambridge).


Lefkowitz, M. R. (1969) 'Bacchylides' Ode 5: imitation and originality', Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 73: 45–96.

Lefkowitz, M. R. (1976) The Victory Ode: An Introduction (Park Ridge, NJ).


Maehler, H. (2004) Bacchylides: A Selection (Cambridge).


Most, G. W. (2012) ‘Poet and public: communicative strategies in Pindar and Bacchylides’, in Agócs, Carey, and Rawles (eds.), 249–76.

Pfeijffer, I. L. (1999) 'Bacchylides' Homer, his tragedy, and his Pindar', in Pfeijffer and Slings (eds.), 43–60.

Pfeijffer, I. L. and Slings, S. R. (1999a) ‘One hundred years of Bacchylides: an introduction’, in Pfeijffer and Slings (1999b), 7–15.

Pfeijffer, I. L. and Slings, S. R. (eds.) (1999b) One Hundred Years of Bacchylides: Proceedings of a Colloquium Held at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam on 17 October 1997 (Amsterdam).

Segal, C. P. (1976), ‘Bacchylides reconsidered: epithets and the dynamics of lyric narrative’, Quaderni urbinati per cultura classica 22: 99–130; reprinted in Aglaia.

Uhlig, A. S. (2017) ‘Models of reperformance in Bacchylides’, in Hunter and Uhlig (eds.), 111–37.



Ibycus

Barron, J. P. (1964) 'The sixth-century tyranny at Samos', Classical Quarterly 14: 210–29.

Barron, J. P. (1969) 'Ibycus: To Polycrates', Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 16: 119–49.


Barron, J. P. (1984) 'Ibycus, Gorgias and other poems', Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 31: 13–24.


Blondell, R. (2010) ‘Refractions of Homer’s Helen in archaic lyric’, American Journal of Philology 131: 349–91.

Cazzato, V. (2013) ‘Worlds of erôs in Ibycus fr. 286 PMGF’, in E. Sanders, C. Thumiger, C. Carey, and N. Lowe (eds.) Eros in Ancient Greece (Oxford), 267–76.

Davies, M. (1986) 'Symbolism and imagery in the poetry of Ibycus', Hermes 114: 399–405.

Rawles, R. (2012), ‘Ibycus and Simonides' in Agócs, Carey, and Rawles (eds.), 3–27.

Rawles, R. (2011). ‘Eros and praise in early Greek lyric', in Athanassaki and Bowie (eds.), 139–59.

Segal, C. P. (1998) ‘Beauty, desire, and absence: Helen in Sappho, Alcaeus, and Ibycus’, in Aglaia, 63–83.

West, M. L. (1970) 'Melica', Classical Quarterly 20: 205–15.


Pindar

Bowra, C. M. (1964) Pindar (Oxford).

**Bundy, E. L. (1962) Studia Pindarica (Berkeley).

Currie, B. (2004) ‘Reperformance scenarios for Pindar’s odes’, in C. J. Mackie (ed.) Oral Performance and Its Context (Mnemosyne Supplement 248, Leiden and Boston) 49–69.

Currie, B. (2013) ‘The Pindaric first person In flux’, Classical Antiquity 32: 243–82.

Fearn, D. W. (2017) Pindar’s Eyes: Visual and Material Culture in Epinician Poetry (Oxford).

Gentili, B., Bernardini, P. A., Cingano, E., and Giannini, P. (1995) Pindaro: Le Pitiche (Rome). Major Italian Edition of Pythian Odes.

Gentili, B., Catenacci, C., Giannini, P., and Lomiento, L. (2013) Pindaro: Le Olimpiche (Rome). Major Italian Edition of Olympian Odes.

Hornblower, S. (2004) Thucydides and Pindar: Historical Narrative and the World of Epinikian Poetry. Oxford.

**Hornblower, S. and Morgan, C. (eds.) (2007) Pindar’s Poetry, Patrons and Festivals (Oxford).

Hubbard, T. (2002) ‘Pindar, Theoxenos, and the homoerotic eye’, Arethusa 35: 255–96.

Kowalzig, B. (2007) Singing for the Gods: Performances of Myth and Ritual in Archaic and Classical Greece (Oxford).

Kurke, L. (1991) The Traffic in Praise: Pindar and the Poetics of Social Economy (Ithaca NY).

Kurke, L. (2005) ‘Choral lyric as “ritualization”: poetic sacrifice and poetic ego in Pindar’s sixth paean’, Classical Antiquity 24: 81–130.

**Maslov, B. (2015) Pindar and the Emergence of Literature (Cambridge).

**Morgan, K. A. (2015) Pindar and the Construction of Syracusan Monarchy in the Fifth Century B.C. (Oxford).

Nisetich, F. (1980) Pindar’s Victory Songs (Baltimore) 1–77 (introduction).

Payne, M. (2006) ‘On being vatic: Pindar, pragmatism, historicism’, American Journal of Philology 127: 159–84.


Payne, M. (2007) ‘Ideas in lyric communication: Pindar and Paul Celan’, Modern Philology 105: 5–20.

Payne, M. (2018) ‘Fidelity and farewell: Pindar’s ethics as textual events’, in Budelmann and Phillips (eds.), 257–74.

**Phillips, T. (2016) Pindar’s Library: Performance Poetry and Material Texts (Oxford).


Phillips, T. (2017) 'Pindar's voices: music, ethics, and reperformance', Journal of Hellenic Studies 137: 142–62.

Phillips, T. (2018) 'Polyphony, event, context: Pindar, Paean 9', in Budelmann and Phillips (eds.), 189–209.

Power, T. (2011) ‘Cyberchorus: Pindar’s Κηληδόνες and the aura of the artificial’, in Athanassaki and Bowie (eds.), 67–113.

**Rose, P. W. (1992) Sons of the Gods, Children of Earth: Ideology and Literary Form in Ancient Greece (Ithaca and London).


**Rutherford, I. C. (2001) Pindar’s Paeans (Oxford).

**Sigelman, A. C. (2016) Pindar’s Poetics of Immortality (Cambridge).

Silk, M. (2012) ‘Reading Pindar’, in Agócs, Carey, and Rawles (eds.), 347–64.

Steiner, D. T. (1993) ‘Pindar’s oggetti parlanti’, Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 95: 159–80.

Uhlig, A. S. (2016) ‘A poetic possession: Pindar’s lives of the poets’, in J. Hanink and R. Fletcher (eds.) Creative Lives in Classical Antiquity: Poets, Artists and Biography (Cambridge).

 

Sappho

Bierl, A. and Lardinois, A. (eds.) (2016) The Newest Sappho: P. Sapph. Obbink and P. GC inv. 105, Frs. 1-4 (Mnemosyne supplement 392, Leiden and Boston). Open access online via Brill website.

Blondell, R. (2010) ‘Refractions of Homer’s Helen in archaic lyric’, American Journal of Philology 131: 349–91.

Burris, S., Fish, J., and Obbink, D. (2014) ‘New fragments of book 1 of Sappho’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 189: 1–28.


Carson, A. (1986) Eros the Bittersweet: An Essay (Princeton).

Clark, C. (2001) ‘The body of desire: nonverbal communication in Sappho 31 V’, Syllecta Classica 12: 1–32.

**DuBois, P. (1995) Sappho is Burning (Chicago).

DuBois, P. (2011) ‘Sappho, Tithonos and the ruin of the body’, in A. Kahane (ed.) Antiquity and the Ruin (European Review of History 18.5-6, Abingdon), 663–72.

**DuBois, P. (2015) Sappho (London).

Greene, E. (1994) ‘Apostrophe and women’s erotics in the poetry of Sappho’, Transactions of the American Philological Association 124: 41–56; reprinted in Greene (ed.), 233–47.

Greene, E. (2002) ‘Subjects, objects, and erotic symmetry in Sappho’s fragments’, in N. Rabinowitz and L. Auanger (eds.) Among Women: From the Homosocial to the Homosexual (Austin TX), 82–105.

Greene, E. (ed.) (1996) Reading Sappho (Berkeley and Los Angeles).

Greene, E. and Skinner, M. (eds.) (2009) The New Sappho on Old Age (Cambridge MA). Available online at: https://chs.harvard.edu/CHS/article/display/6047

Hallett, J. (1979) 'Sappho and her social context: sense and sensuality', Signs 4.3: 447–64.

Lardinois, A. (1994) ‘Subject and circumstance in Sappho’s poetry’, Transactions of the American Philological Association 124: 57–84.

Lardinois, A. (1996) ‘Who sang Sappho’s songs?’, in Greene (ed.), 150–72.

Page, D. L. (1955) Sappho and Alcaeus: An Introduction to the Study of Ancient Lesbian Poetry (Oxford).

Purves, A. C. (2014) ‘Who, Sappho?’ in D. L. Cairns and R. Scodel (eds.) Defining Greek Narrative (Edinburgh), 175–96.

Segal, C.P. (1998) ‘Beauty, desire, and absence: Helen in Sappho, Alcaeus, and Ibycus’, in Aglaia, 63–83.

Segal, C. (1996) ‘Eros and incantation: Sappho and oral poetry’, in Greene (ed.), 58–75.

Stehle, E. (1997) Performance and Gender in Ancient Greece: Nondramatic Poetry in Its Setting (Princeton).

Winkler, J. J. (1990) ‘Double consciousness in Sappho’s lyrics’, in The Constraints of Desire: The Anthropology of Sex and Gender in Ancient Greece (New York), 162–87.

Worman, N. (1997) ‘The body as argument: Helen in four Greek texts’, Classical Antiquity 16: 151–203.

**Yatromanolakis, D. (2007) Sappho In The Making: The Early Reception (Cambridge, MA).




Simonides 

**Carson, A. (1999) Economy of the Unlost: Reading Simonides of Keos with Paul Celan (Princeton, NJ).

Fearn, D. W. (2013) 'Kleos v stone? Lyric poetry and contexts for memorialization' in P. Liddel and P. Low (eds.) Inscriptions and their Uses in Greek and Latin Literature (Oxford), 231–53.

Fearn, D. W. (2017) Pindar’s Eyes: Visual and Material Culture in Epinician Poetry (Oxford), ch. 4.

Most, G. W. (1994) 'Simonides' ode to Scopas in contexts', in I. J. F. de Jong and J. P. Sullivan (eds.) Modern Critical Theory and Classical Literature (Mnemosyne Supplement 130, Leiden and Boston), 127–52.


Poltera, O. (2008) Simonides lyricus. Testimonia und Fragmente. Einleitung, kritische Ausgabe, Übersetzung und Kommentar (Basel). Major recent German edition.

Rawles, R. (2011) ‘Eros and praise in early Greek lyric', in Athanassaki and Bowie (eds.), 139–59.

Rawles, R. (2012) ‘Ibycus and Simonides' in Agócs, Carey, and Rawles (eds.), 3–27.

**Rawles, R. (2018) Simonides the Poet: Intertextuality and Reception (Cambridge).

Rosenmeyer, P. A. (1991) ‘Simonides’ Danae fragment reconsidered’, Arethusa 24: 5–29.

Steiner, D. T. (1999) 'To praise, not to bury: Simonides fr. 531P', Classical Quarterly 49: 383–95.

West, M. L. (1970) 'Melica', Classical Quarterly 20: 205–15.




Stesichorus

Bassi, K. (1993) ‘Helen and the discourse of denial in Stesichorus’ Palinode’, Arethusa 26: 51-75.

Beecroft, A. J. (2006) ‘“This is not a true story”: Stesichorus’s Palinode and the revenge of the epichoric’, Transactions of the American Philological Association 136: 47–69.

Burkert, W. (2001 [1987]) 'The making of Homer in the sixth century BC: rhapsodes versus Stesichorus', J. Paul Getty Center, Papers on the Amasis Painter and his World (Malibu), 43–62; reprinted in D. L. Cairns (ed.) Oxford Readings in Homer's Iliad (Oxford), 92–116.

Burnett, A. P. (1988) 'Jocasta in the West: the Lille Stesichorus', Classical Antiquity 7: 107–54
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Carruesco, J. (2012) 'Helen’s voice and choral mimesis from Homer to Stesichorus' in X. Riu and J. Pòrtulas (eds.) Approaches to Greek Poetry (Messina) 149–72.

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Timotheus and the 'New Music'

Budelmann, F. and LeVen, P. (2014) 'Timotheus’ poetics of blending: a cognitive approach to the language of the New Music', Classical Philology 109: 191–210.

Csapo, E. (1999–2000) ‘Later Euripidean music’, Illinois Classical Studies 24-5: 399–426.

Csapo, E. (2004) ‘The politics of the New Music’, in Murray and Wilson (eds.), 207–48.

Csapo, E. (2011) ‘The economics, poetics, politics, metaphysics and ethics of the “New Music”’, in D. Yatromanolakis (ed.) Music and Cultural Politics in Greek and Chinese Societies. Volume I: Greek Antiquity (Cambridge MA), 65–131.

Csapo, E. and Wilson, P. (2009) ‘Timotheus the New Musician’, in Budelmann (ed.), 277–94.

D'Angour, A. (2006) 'The New Music - so what's new?' in S. Goldhill and R. Osborne (eds.), Rethinking Revolutions through Ancient Greece (Cambridge), 264–83.

Fearn, D. W. (forthcoming) 'Lyric reception and sophistic literarity in Timotheus' Persae', in B. Currie and I. Rutherford (eds.) The Reception of Greek Lyric 600BC-400AD ((OFFPRINT AVAILABLE TO BORROW FROM MODULE BOX IN DEPARTMENTAL OFFICE

Hordern, J. H. (2002) The Fragments of Timotheus of Miletus (Oxford).

LeVen, P. A. (2014) The Many-Headed Muse: Tradition and Innovation in Late Classical Greek Lyric Poetry (Cambridge).

Power, T. (2010) The Culture of Kitharôidia (Washington, DC).

Wilson, P. (2004) 'Athenian strings', in Murray and Wilson (eds.), 269–306.