Thematic Index of Classics in JStor
catullus, poem, poems, martial, poet, lesbia, poetry, line, lines, catullan, ariadne, love, calvus, quinn, attis, epigrams, epigram, ellis, fordyce, kroll, theseus, otium, furius, laodamia, puella, allius, passer, nepos, caecilius, cinna, wiseman, verse, gellius, verses, catulle, libellus, mynors, poets, catullo, fabullus, lover, latin, literary, sparrow, stanza, neoteric, catull, manlius, aurelius, mamurra

1995

Threads in the Labyrinth: Competing Views and Voices in Catullus 64. Julia Haig Gaisser. American Journal of Philology. (Winter, 1995), pp. 579-616 List themes Full text (1095 theme words)
A Delicate Foot on the Well-Worn Threshold: Paradoxical Imagery in Catullus 68b. James J. Clauss. American Journal of Philology. (Summer, 1995), pp. 237-253 List themes Full text (1034 theme words)
The Catullan Ego: Fragmentation and the Erotic Self. Ellen Greene. American Journal of Philology. (Spring, 1995), pp. 77-93 List themes Full text (668 theme words)
Catullus 1.5-7. B. J. Gibson. Classical Quarterly. (1995), pp. 569-573 List themes Full text (442 theme words)
Catullus' Coma Berenices and Aeneas' Farewell to Dido. R. Drew Griffith. Transactions of the American Philological Association. (1995), pp. 47-59 List themes Full text (351 theme words)
Who Speaks the Final Lines? Catullus 62: Structure and Ritual. T. Goud. The Phoenix. (Spring, 1995), pp. 23-32 List themes Full text (247 theme words)
Officium in Catullus and Propertius: A Foucauldian Reading. Charles L. Platter. Classical Philology. (Jul., 1995), pp. 211-224 List themes Full text (194 theme words)
Intertextual Hermeneutics in Vergil's Fourth and Fifth Eclogues. Thomas K. Hubbard. Classical Journal. (Oct. - Nov., 1995), pp. 11-23 List themes Full text (156 theme words)
Severitati Respondere: Character Drawing in "Pro Caelio" and Catullus' Carmina. G. Edward Gaffney. Classical Journal. (Apr. - May, 1995), pp. 423-431 List themes Full text (131 theme words)
Pliny the Poet. Debra Hershkowitz. Greece & Rome. (Oct., 1995), pp. 168-181 List themes Full text (121 theme words)
The Communism of Property: A Note on Aristotle, Politics 1263a8-15. Robert Mayhew. Classical Quarterly. (1995), pp. 566-569 List themes Full text (94 theme words)
Aspects of Love in Ovid's "Metamorphoses". William S. Anderson. Classical Journal. (Feb. - Mar., 1995), pp. 265-269 List themes Full text (71 theme words)
Teaching Cicero's Speech for Caelius: What Enquiring Minds Want to Know. Christopher P. Craig. Classical Journal. (Apr. - May, 1995), pp. 407-422 List themes Full text (71 theme words)
Medea's Response to Catullus: Ovid, Heroides 12.23-4 and Catullus 76.1-6. Federica Bessone. Classical Quarterly. (1995), pp. 575-578 List themes Full text (66 theme words)
Greek Love at Rome. Craig A. Williams. Classical Quarterly. (1995), pp. 517-539 List themes Full text (50 theme words)
Aeneas and the Doors of the Temple of Apollo. Sergio Casali. Classical Journal. (Oct. - Nov., 1995), pp. 1-9 List themes Full text (44 theme words)
Books for Teaching Classics in English: 1995 Full Survey. Alden Smith. The Classical World. (Mar. - Apr., 1995), pp. 259-358 List themes Full text (40 theme words)
A Parade of Lyric Predecessors: Horace "C". 1.12-1.18. M. Lowrie. The Phoenix. (Spring, 1995), pp. 33-48 List themes Full text (28 theme words)
The Sea of Love. P. Murgatroyd. Classical Quarterly. (1995), pp. 9-25 List themes Full text (28 theme words)
Audience Manipulation and Emotional Experience in Horace's "Pyrrha Ode". Elizabeth H. Sutherland. American Journal of Philology. (Autumn, 1995), pp. 441-452 List themes Full text (21 theme words)
Horace's Voladictory: Carm. 2.20. Howard Jacobson. Classical Quarterly. (1995), pp. 573-574 List themes Full text (21 theme words)
A Punning Reminiscence of Vergil, Ecl. 10.75-7 in Horace, Epist. 1.5.28-9. D. R. Langslow. Classical Quarterly. (1995), pp. 256-260 List themes Full text (18 theme words)
Ganymede and Virgilian Ekphrasis. Michael C. J. Putnam. American Journal of Philology. (Autumn, 1995), pp. 419-440 List themes Full text (18 theme words)
Subject Reviews. Jenny March, Duncan F. Kennedy, Hans Van Wees, Thomas Wiedemann, Nigel Spivey, Richard Wallace, P. Walcot. Greece & Rome. (Apr., 1995), pp. 79-118 List themes Full text (17 theme words)
Theocritus' 'Adoniazusae'. Malcolm Davies. Greece & Rome. (Oct., 1995), pp. 152-158 List themes Full text (12 theme words)
Elegiac Woman: Fantasy, Materia and Male Desire in Propertius 1.3 and 1.11. Ellen Greene. American Journal of Philology. (Summer, 1995), pp. 303-318 List themes Full text (12 theme words)
The Mystery Gourmet of Horace's "Satires 2". Deena Berg. Classical Journal. (Dec., 1995 - Jan., 1996), pp. 141-151 List themes Full text (9 theme words)
Fabulae Praetextae in Context: When Were Plays on Contemporary Subjects Performed in Republican Rome?. Harriet I. Flower. Classical Quarterly. (1995), pp. 170-190 List themes Full text (9 theme words)
The Minotaur within: Fire, the Labyrinth, and Strategies of Containment in Aeneid 5 and 6. Paul Allen Miller. Classical Philology. (Jul., 1995), pp. 225-240 List themes Full text (9 theme words)
A Crux in Tacitus "Dialogus" 5.3-4. Mark Possanza. Phoenix. (Summer, 1995), pp. 131-139 List themes Full text (8 theme words)
The Language of the Vindolanda Writing Tablets: An Interim Report. J. N. Adams. Journal of Roman Studies. (1995), pp. 86-134 List themes Full text (7 theme words)
On the Prosecution of C. Antonius in 76 B.C.. Cynthia Damon, Christopher S. Mackay. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (1st Qtr., 1995), pp. 37-55 List themes Full text (6 theme words)
In the Wake of "Cleopatra": The Ancient World in the Cinema since 1963. Jon Solomon. Classical Journal. (Dec., 1995 - Jan., 1996), pp. 113-140 List themes Full text (5 theme words)
Alexandria in Rome. Sarolta A. Tak√°cs. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. (1995), pp. 263-276 List themes Full text (5 theme words)
Pliny on Cicero and Oratory: Self-Fashioning in the Public Eye. Andrew M. Riggsby. American Journal of Philology. (Spring, 1995), pp. 123-135 List themes Full text (5 theme words)
Proba's Cento: Its Date, Purpose, and Reception. R. P. H. Green. Classical Quarterly. (1995), pp. 551-563 List themes Full text (5 theme words)
Postumus, Curtius Postumus, and Rabirius Postumus. Peter White. Classical Philology. (Apr., 1995), pp. 151-161 List themes Full text (5 theme words)
Patron and Client, Father and Son in Cicero's "Pro Caelio". James M. May. Classical Journal. (Apr. - May, 1995), pp. 433-441 List themes Full text (5 theme words)