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Martial, Book VII. A Commentary

Translated by J. J. Zoltowsky

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This is the first comprehensive commentary –line by line and word by word- on the seventh book of the epigrams of Martial. Literary, linguistic and metrical matters are examined in depth, and special attention is paid to the relationship with the poet’s other books and with the rest of Greek and Latin Literature, as well as to the use of recurrent motifs, obscene language, puns, double meanings and proper names.

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