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A Tragic Europa?:: Horace, Odes 3.27

Hermes 116 (4):427-434 (1988)

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  1. Sleeping Europa From Plato Comicus to Moschus and Horace.Fotini Hadjittofi - forthcoming - Classical Quarterly:1-14.
    The rape of a sleeping Europa in Plato Comicus has curiously not attracted any attention from critics commenting on later texts which narrate the story of Europa. Yet, the motifs of night, sleep and dreaming play a prominent role in the Europa poems of both Moschus and Horace. This article will investigate the role of these motifs and argue for a closer connection between these two poems than has thus far been allowed. It will also maintain that, in both poems, (...)
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