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Readership: Scholars and students of classics, ancient history.
Edited by the late Charles Tesoriero, Formerly Lecturer in Classics and Ancient History, University of New England, Australia, Frances Muecke, Senior Lecturer in Latin, University of Sydney, and Tamara Neal, Lecturer in Classics, Universities of Sydney and New England, Australia
Susanna Braund: Introduction
1: Eduard Fraenkel: Lucan as the Transmitter of Ancient Pathos
2: Gian Biagio Conte: The Proem of the Pharsalia
3: Pierre Grimal: Is the Eulogy of Nero at the Beginning of the Pharsalia Ironic?
4: Stanley F. Bonner: Lucan and the Declamation Schools
5: Lynette Thompson and R. T. Bruère: Lucan's Use of Virgilian Reminiscence
6: C. M. C. Green: Stimulos Dedit Aemula Virtus: Lucan and Homer Reconsidered
7: Judith A. Rosner-Siegel: The Oak and the Lightning: Lucan, Bellum Civile 1.135-157
8: Matthew Leigh: Lucan's Caesar and the Sacred Grove: Deforestation and Enlightenment in Antiquity
9: A. W. Lintott: Lucan and the History of the Civil War
10: Charles Martindale: The Politician Lucan
11: Michael Lapidge: Lucan's Imagery of Cosmic Dissolution
12: Kirk Ormand: Lucan's Auctor Vix Fidelis
13: D. C. Feeney: Stat Magni Nominis Umbra: Lucan on the Greatness of Pompeius Magnus
14: Martin Helzle: Indocilis Privata Loqui: The Characterization of Lucan's Caesar
15: Wolf H. Friedrich: Cato, Caesar, and Fortune in Lucan
16: Otto Zwierlein: Lucan's Caesar at Troy
17: John Henderson: Lucan/The Word at War