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My obligations to magazine articles and miscel laneous criticisms are too numerous to identify and acknowledge in detail here, but an effort has been made to refer to its author any important debt of w... Læs mere

Excerpt from The Silvae of Statius: Translated With Introduction and Notes

My obligations to magazine articles and miscel laneous criticisms ... Læs mere

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01-11-2016
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Excerpt from The Silvae of Statius: Translated With Introduction and Notes

My obligations to magazine articles and miscel laneous criticisms are too numerous to identify and acknowledge in detail here, but an effort has been made to refer to its author any important debt of which I am conscious. Special mention should, how ever, be made of papers in the yournal of Philology by Professor Robinson Ellis and Mr. Hugh Macnaghten; by Professor Housman and Professor Postgate in the Clam'cal Review, and by Professor Postgate in Philo logur. There is also one critique, which in spite of considerable bias and some inaccuracy is so lively and stimulating that I have allowed myself to refer to it and even to quote it - with what maybe thought undue frequency. M. Nisard, in the first volume of his Etude: demceurr et de critique rur 1e: Poe'ter Latin: de la Decadence, devotes some seventy-five pages to Statius. In the preface to his second edition (1849) he speaks of these studies as a young man's work, and is inclined to regard the judgements as severe. His readers will probably endorse this opinion: but the chapters on Statius are too piquant to be left unread, and it would be difficult to find a more animated and at the same time more faithful account of the conditions under which the poetry of the silver period was for the most part produced.

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