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    A. J. Boyle: The Eclogues of Virgil, Translated with Introduction, Notes, and Latin Text. Pp. Ii + 142. Melbourne: Hawthorn Press, 1976. Paper, $A6·95. [REVIEW]Anna Crabbe - 1978 - The Classical Review 28 (02):349-.
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    A. J. Boyle: The Eclogues of Virgil, Translated with Introduction, Notes, and Latin Text. Pp. Ii + 142. Melbourne: Hawthorn Press, 1976. Paper, $A6·95. [REVIEW]Anna Crabbe - 1978 - The Classical Review 28 (2):349-349.
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    Imitatio David West, Tony Woodman (Edd.): Creative Imitation and Latin Literature. Pp. Ix + 255. Cambridge University Press, 1979. £12.75. [REVIEW]Anna Crabbe - 1983 - The Classical Review 33 (01):48-50.
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    Ignoscenda Quidem … Catullus 64 and the Fourth Georgic.Anna M. Crabbe - 1977 - Classical Quarterly 27 (02):342-.
    That Catullus’ sixty-fourth poem influenced Virgil's work has long been accepted. We approach a little nearer a resolution of the enigma of the Fourth Eclogue when we recognize epithalamian elements within it that echo not only the song of the Parcae, but also the themes of the Golden Age, of the Voyage of the Argo, and of the relations between gods and men from Catullus’ poem. Similarly, Ariadne's part in the creation of Aeneid 4, both in the ‘marriage’ scene and (...)
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