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Prosimetrum: prose, verse and cultural capital
Prose and verse
- Verse and ‘cultural capital’: Homer, Hesiod, and Helicon
- Plato on Homer
- Verse vs. prose; cf. roll vs. codex? The case of technical literature.
- Prose, verse and the sophists: Philostratus, Imagines
- Prose supplanting verse: Greek literature in the Antonine Age
- Roman traditions of prose and verse
- Varro, Saturae Menippeae
- ‘Menippean Satire’ and Menippus (via Lucian)
- Seneca, Apocolocyntosis and Neronian freaks of genre (ps.-Seneca, Octavia)
- The Iolaus fragment: having your verse and eating it?