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    The Unity of Tibullus 2.3.Richard Whitaker - 1979 - Classical Quarterly 29 (01):131-.
    It is a view commonly held by Tibullus' commentators and critics that the poet's art consists essentially in the more or less skilful weaving together of disparate themes into a single elegy. Leo, for example, talks of Tibullus' imagination which ‘ihn selbst und somit den Hörer gleichsam unwillkürlich von Bild zu Bilde reisst’’.
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    Propertius 4.7.26 Again.Richard Whitaker - 1979 - Classical Quarterly 29 (02):485-.
    In CQ N.S. 28 , 242, Frances Mueeke, quoting Beroaldus, rightly understood this line to refer to a funerary practice. In default of ancient parallels the author offered us a modern one from a novel I vicerè by Federico De Roberto, first published in 1894. 1894. But even before De Roberto's novel was published, Vincenzo Padula, in his curious work Pauca Quae in Sexto Aurelio Propertio Vincentius Padula ab Acrio Animadvertabat , had explained Prop. 4.7.26 by reference to popular custom.
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    Did Gallus Write 'Pastoral' Elegies?Richard Whitaker - 1988 - Classical Quarterly 38 (02):454-.
    It has long been noticed that Virgil's Eclogue 10, in which Gal I us plays so prominent a rôle, contains a combination of pastoral and elegiac elements. But this prompts the question: who was responsible for this combination? Was the fusion of pastoral and erotic-elegiac detail Virgil's own, or did Gallus himself write love-elegies with a strong pastoral colouring, a type of poetry which Virgil then echoed in Eclogue 10?
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  4. Francisci Baconi, Baronis de Verulamio, Vice-Comitis Sancti Albani, Operum Moralium Et Civilium Tomus. Qui Continet Historiam Regni Henrici Septimi, Regis Angliae. Sermones Fideles, Sive Interiora Rerum. Tractatum de Sapienti' Veterum. Dialogum de Bello Sacro. Et Novam Atlantidem. Ab Ipso Honoratissimo Auctore, Praeterquam in Paucis, Latinitate Donatus. [REVIEW]Francis Bacon, William Rawley, Richard Whitaker, John Norton & Haviland - 1638 - Excusum Typis Edwardi Griffini [, John Haviland, Bernard Norton, and John Bill]; Prostant Ad Insignia Regia in Coemeterio D. Pauli, Apud Richardum Whitakerum [and John Norton].
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  5. Elementa Logicae. In Gratiam Studiosae Juventutis in Academi' Oxoniensi.Edward Brerewood, William Baker, John Raworth & Richard Whitaker - 1538 - Apud Ioannem Raworth, Pro Ric. Whitaker.
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  6. R.P. Antonii Ruvio Rodensis Doctoris Theologi, Societatis Iesu, Commentarii in Vniuersam Aristotelis Dialecticam: Una Cum Dubiis & Quætionibus Hac Tempestate Agitari Solitis. Nunc Denuo in Germania Editi Cum Capitum, Dubiorum, Quætionum & Rerum Notabilium, Quæin Iiscontinentut. [REVIEW]Antonio Rubio, Thomas Harper & Richard Whitaker - 1641 - Typis Tho. Harper, Impensis Rich. Whitaker, Apud Quem Prostant Sub Insignibus Regalibus, in Cæeterio D. Pauli.
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