Liverpool. Stramaglia, A. . Giovenale, Satire 1, 7, 12 16 Storia di un Poeta. Bologna. Sullivan, J.P. (ed.) . Satire Critical Essays on Roman Literature. Persio e Giovenale. Le satire.: (FRASINETTI Paolo) -: Books - Giovenale, "Satira" IV. Introduzione, Traduzione e Commento. [Juvenal, Satire IV. Santorelli demonstrates that Juvenal's satire not only looks back at the.
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If he was exiled giovenale satire Domitian, then it is possible that he was one of the political exiles recalled during the brief reign of Nerva. Large parts clearly are mere deduction from Juvenal's writings, but some giovenale satire appear more substantial.
Many scholars think the idea to be a later invention; the Satires do display some knowledge of Egypt and Britain, and it is thought that this gave rise to the tradition that Juvenal was exiled.
Others, however - particularly Gilbert Highet - regard the exile as giovenale satire, and these scholars also supply giovenale satire concrete date for the exile: Santorelli stresses giovenale satire the mismatch between the Crispinus v.
Santorelli squints hard, but locates the giovenale satire positive connection in the presence of a big fish. He bristles when Crispinus is served up as the worst figure possible, only giovenale satire be outdone unexpectedly by a greater monster still.
The structural problem plagues Santorelli throughout, but I cannot help thinking this implicit insistence on giovenale satire unity — especially in the alternately distended and emaciated Juvenalian corpus — a little quaint.