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2008-2012

  • Acosta-Hughes, Benjamin. 'Reflections. Two Letters, and Two Poets.' Dictynna 7, 2010, http://dictynna.revues.org.

  • Alberto de Cuenca, Luis. 'The Art of Composition in Catullus, Callimachus and Martial.' Emerita 79, 2011, 413-14.

  • Baumbach, Manuel & Silvio Bär (edd.). Brill's Companion to the Greco-Roman Epyllion. Leiden: Brill, forthcoming.

  • Bellido Diaz, Jose Antonio. 'Desde Calímaco a Cervantes. Una imagen venatoria en contexto amatorio.' a hunting image in a love context.' Anales Cervantinos 40, 2008, 133-43.

  • Benedetto, Giovanni. '"Bonum facinus": Catull. 66.25-28 tra Igino e Giustino.' In: Paola Francesca Moretti a.o. (edd.). "Debita dona": studi in onore di Isabella Gualandri. Napoli: D'Auria, 2008 (Biblioteca M. D'Auria), 33-70.

  • Breitenbach, A. 'Huic uni domino usque seruiamus. Soziale und hierarchische Strukturen bei Catull.' Latomus 70, 2011, 983-99.

  • Cairns, Francis. Roman Lyric. Collected Papers on Catullus and Horace. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter, 2012 (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 301). x, 525 pp.

  • Cairns, Francis . 'The genre "oaristys".' WS 123, 2010, 101-29.

  • De Wilde, Mark. 'Catullus' "Coma Berenices": an investigation of a "true interpreter"'s poetic licence and its reception by Apuleius.' In: Carl Deroux (ed.). Studies in Latin literature and Roman history 14. Bruxelles: Latomus, 2008 (Collection Latomus 315), 144-76.

  • Fain, Gordon L. Writing Epigrams. The Art of Composition in Catullus, Callimachus and Martial. Bruxelles: Latomus, 2008 (Collection Latomus 312). 238 pp. Donncha O'Rourke, CR 59, 2009 415-17 || Robert Cowan, JRS 1000, 2010, 305-6 || Margot Neger, Gymnasium 117, 2010, 599-600 || Regina Höschele, Gnomon 82, 2010, 562-3 || Antonella Borgo, BStudLat 39, 2009, 269-71 || Lucienne Deschamps, REA 111, 2009, 316-17.

  • Feeney, Denis. 'Catullus and the Roman Paradox Epigram.' In: Rolando Ferri, J. Mira Seo & Katharina Volk (edd.). Callida Musa: Papers on Latin Literature in Honor of R. Elaine Fantham = MD 61, 2009, 29-39.

  • Fernandelli, Marco. 'Miti, miti in miniatura, miti senza racconto: note a quattro epilli (Mosch. Eur. 58-62, Catull. 64, 89-90, Verg. georg. IV 507-515, Ou. met. XI 751-795).' CentoPagine 2, 2008, 12-27.

  • Fernandelli, Marco. Catullo e la rinascita dell'epos: dal carme 64 all'Eneide. Hildesheim, Zürich & New York: Georg Olms Verlag, 2012 (Spudasmata 142). lx, 614 pp.

  • Fernandelli, Marco . 'Catullo 64 e il Giambo 12 di Callimaco.' In: Lucio Cristante (ed.). Incontri triestini di filologia classica 8 (2008/09). Trieste: Università di Trieste, 2010, 191-210.

  • Gaisser, Julia Haig. Catullus. Chichester & Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009 (Blackwell Introductions to the Classical World). x, 243 pp.

  • Godwin, Charles. Reading Catullus. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2008. 144 pp.

  • Griffith, Robert Drew. 'Growing old quietly in Catullus' poem four.' Latomus 69.3, 2010, 702-5.

  • Höschele, Regina. 'Catullus' Callimachean hair-itage and the Erotics of Translation.' RFIC 137, 2009, 118-52.

  • Hunter, Richard. 'Callimachus and Roman Elegy.' In: Barbara K. Gold (ed.). A Companion to Roman Love Elegy (Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World). Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012, 155-71.

  • Hutchinson, Gregory O. Talking Books. Readings in Hellenistic and Roman Books of Poetry. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008. xiv, 332 pp. Niklas Holzberg, Gnomon 81, 2009, 559-61 || J. A. Bellido Díaz & A. Ramírez de Verger, Emerita 78, 2010, 177-81 || Alain Billault, REG 122, 2009, 662-3 || Enrico Magnelli, Prometheus 36, 2010, 286-8 || John B. Van Sickle, CR 59, 2009, 413-15 || Katharina Volk, JRS 99, 2009, 259-61 || Antonella Borgo, BStudLat 39, 2009 , 316-18.

  • Klein, Florence. 'La publication des oeuvres et l'élitisme littéraire: le rôle de l'épigramme 28 Pf. de Callimaque dans les constructions de personae poetarum chez Catulle et les poètes augustéens.' In: F. Nau (ed.). Autoportraits de poètes: les paratopies romaines et leur postérité = Camenae 7, 2009.

  • Krevans, Nita. The Poet as Editor. The Poetic Collection from Callimachus to Ovid. Princeton University Press, 2008.

  • Lamari, Anna A. 'Painting a song, singing a painting: ecphrasis in Theocritus Idyll 18.' SemRom 11, 2008, 7-26.

  • Landolfi, Luciano. 'Epigramma preneoterico, epigramma neoterico: linee di continuita, linee di discontinuita.' PP 65, 2010, 394-453.

  • Massaro, Matteo. 'Il phaselus di Catullo e la nave Argo di Apollonio.' MD 64, 2010, 9-42.

  • Morelli, Alfredo M. 'Gli epigrammi erotici "lunghi" in distici di Catullo e Marziale. Morfologia e statuto di genere.' In: Alfredo M. Morelli (ed.). Epigramma longum. Da Marziale alla tarda antichità / From Martial to late antiquity. Atti del Convegno internazionale Cassino, 29-31 maggio 2006. Cassino: Edizioni dell'Università degli Studi di Cassino, 2008 (Collana Scientifica 21), 81-130. Bret Mulligan, BMCR 2010.12.68.

  • Oliensis, Ellen. Freud's Rome: psychoanalysis and Latin poetry. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009 (Roman literature and its contexts). xi, 148 pp.

  • Papaioannou, Sophia. 'The Crossing to Hesperia.' In: Flora Manakidou & Konstantinos Spanoudakis (edd.). Alexandrian Muse. Continuity and Innovation in Hellenistic Poetry. Athens: Gutenberg, 2008.

  • Pelliccia, Hayden. 'Unlocking Aeneid 6, 460: Plautus' Amphitryon, Euripides' Protelisaus and the Referent of Callimachus' Coma.' CJ 106, 2011, 149-219.

  • Pieri, Maria Pace. 'Mirra fra alba e tramonto (Cinna, fr. 6 Büchner).' In: Paolo Arduini, a.o. (edd.). Studi offerti ad Alessandro Perutelli. Roma: Aracne, 2008, 2.373-83.

  • Porro, Antonietta . '"Conscius ore rubor": Aconzio e Cidippe da Callimaco a Ovidio (attraverso Catullo).' In: Luigi Castagna & Chiara Riboldi (edd.). Amicitiae templa serena. Studi in onore di Giuseppe Aricò. Milano: Vita e Pensiero, 2008, 2.1371-85.

  • Reed, Joseph D. 'Another Greek pun in the Aeneid.' Mnemosyne 61, 2008, 300-2.

  • Rosivach, Vincent J. 'The Landscape of Catullus 63.' Latomus 71, 2012, 3-10.

  • Stroup, Sarah Culpepper. Catullus, Cicero, and a society of patrons: the generation of the text. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010. xiv, 308 pp.

  • Warden, John. Taking Back the Text. Poetic Technique in Catullus, Propertius and Tibullus. Toronto: Edgar Kent, 2008.

All titles 

  • Abel, D.H. 'The white violet among the roses.' CJ 60, 1965, 365-8.
  • Acosta-Hughes, Benjamin. 'Le modèle inscrit. Callimaque en Catulle.' In: Yannic Durbec & Didier Pralon (edd.). Actes de la journée internationale d'étude sur les Aitia de Callimaque (Aix-en-Provence 21 mai 2004). Aix en Provence: Presses Universitaires de l'Université de Provence, 2005 [forthcoming].
  • Acosta-Hughes, Benjamin. 'Reflections. Two Letters, and Two Poets.' Dictynna 7, 2010, http://dictynna.revues.org.
  • Ageno, F. 'Callimaco, Chioma di Berenice, v. 45.' Aegyptus 10, 1929, 153-79.
  • Agnesini, Alex. Il carme 62 di Catullo. Edizione critica e commento. Cesena: Stilgraf Editrice, 2007 (Quaderni di Paideia 5). 510 pp.
  • Alberto de Cuenca, Luis. 'The Art of Composition in Catullus, Callimachus and Martial.' Emerita 79, 2011, 413-14.
  • Albini, G. 'Il carme 66 di Catullo e il nuovo frammento di Callimacho.' Rendiconti Accademia Bologna 5, 1930/31, 108-14.
  • Ardizzoni, Anthos. 'Sulla Chioma di Berenice. Callimaco fr. 110 Pf., Catullo LXVI,55-56.' GIF 27, 1975, 198-200.
  • Arkins, Brian. 'Callimachus and Catulli Veronensis Liber (Note de lecture. 335).' Latomus 46, 1987, 847-8.
  • Arkins, Brian. 'Two notes on Catullus: I. 68.145; II. Crucial constants in Catullus: Callimachus, the Muses, friends and enemies.' LCM 17, 1992, 115-8.
  • Armstrong, Rebecca. Cretan Women. Pasiphae, Ariadne, and Phaedra in Latin Poetry. Oxford: OUP, 2006 (Oxford Classical Monographs). 368 pp. Roland Mayer, BMCR 2006.11.41 (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2006/2006-11-41.html) || Antony Augoustakis, CR 57, 2007, 416-7.
  • Astyrakaki, E. Parthenios, Peri Erotikon Pathematon 20-36. A Commentary. Diss. University College, London, 1999.
  • Avallone, R. 'Catullo e Apollonio Rodio.' Antiquitas 8, 1953, 8-75.
  • Bajoni, Maria Grazia. '"Ales equos": Catull. 66, 54 e Callimaco 110 Pf., 52-54.' Aevum(ant) 3, 1990, 163-7.
  • Balmer, Josephine. Chasing Catullus. Poems, Translations & Transgressions. Tarset: Bloodaxe Books, 2004. 64 pp.
  • Barber, Eric A. 'The Lock of Berenice. Callimachus and Catullus in Cyril Bailey a.o. (edd.). Greek Poetry and Life. Essays Presented to Gilbert Murray on His Seventieth Birthday, January 2, 1936. Oxford: OUP, 1936, 343-63. Reprinted as: 'Die Locke der Berenike. Kallimachos und Catullus.' In: G. Pfohl (ed.). Die griechische Elegie. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1972 (Wege der Forschung 129), 434-58.
  • Barchiesi, Alessandro. 'Future Reflexive. Two Modes of Allusion and Ovid's Heroides.' HSCPh 95, 1993, 333-65 = Speaking Volumes. Duckworth, 2001, 29-47.
  • Barrett, A.A. 'Catullus 66.1. Dispexit or despexit.' RhM 125, 1982, 135-7.
  • Baumbach, Manuel & Silvio Bär (edd.). Brill's Companion to the Greco-Roman Epyllion. Leiden: Brill, forthcoming.
  • Bellandi, Franco. 'Ad Inferias: il c. 101 di Catullo fra Meleagro e Foscolo.' MD 51, 2003, 65-134.
  • Bellido Diaz, Jose Antonio. 'Desde Calímaco a Cervantes. Una imagen venatoria en contexto amatorio.' a hunting image in a love context.' Anales Cervantinos 40, 2008, 133-43.
  • Benedetto, Giovanni. '"Bonum facinus": Catull. 66.25-28 tra Igino e Giustino.' In: Paola Francesca Moretti a.o. (edd.). "Debita dona": studi in onore di Isabella Gualandri. Napoli: D'Auria, 2008 (Biblioteca M. D'Auria), 33-70.
  • Berselli, G. La Chioma di Berenice. Catania: Muglia, 1930. 52 pp.
  • Bickel, E. 'Der Kallimachospapyrus. Die Locke der Berenike und Catull als Übersetzer.' RhM 1941, 81-146.
  • Bickel, E. 'Hymen und Hymenaios bei Kallimachos und Catull.' RhM 93, 1949, 96.
  • Bignone, Ettore. 'La Fattura, un mimo d'amore di Teocrito.' Dionysos 4, 1933, 1-25.
  • Birt, Theodor. Das antike Buchwesen in seinem Verhältnis zur Litteratur. Mit Beiträgen zur Textgeschichte des Theokrit, Catull, Properz und anderer Autoren. Aalen: Scientia, 1974. viii, 518 pp.
  • Bishop, J.D. 'Catullus 85. Structure, Hellenistic parallels, and the topos.' Latomus 30, 1971, 633-42.
  • Boella, U. 'Adnotatiunculae.' RSC 27, 1979, 321-8.
  • Bongi, V. 'Spunti Callimachei e alessandrini in due carmi di Catullo (70 e 7).' A&R 1942, 173-82.
  • Bongi, V. 'Influssi e motivi ellenistici in due nugae di Catullo (CC. 3 e 5).' Aevum 1944, 169-79.
  • Booth, Joan & Guy Lee. Catullus to Ovid: Reading Latin Love Elegy. A Literary Commentary with Latin Text. London: Bristol Classical Press 1999. Barbara W. Boyd, Mouseion 2, 2002, 388 || Carol U. Merriam, Scholia Reviews 9, 2000.
  • Borgeaud, Philippe. La Mère des dieux. De Cybèle à la Vierge Marie. Paris, 1996.
  • Borgeaud, Philippe. Mother of the Gods. Form Cybele to the Virgin Mary. Translated by Lysa Hochroth. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2004. xix, 186 pp. Originally published as: La Mère des dieux. De Cybele à la Vierge Marie (1996). Lynn E. Roller, BMCR 2005.05.48.
  • Braga, J. Catullo e i poeti greci. Messina & Firenze, 1950.
  • Breitenbach, A. 'Huic uni domino usque seruiamus. Soziale und hierarchische Strukturen bei Catull.' Latomus 70, 2011, 983-99.
  • Bremmer, Jan N. 'Attis. A Greek god in Anatolian Pessinous and Catullan Rome.' In: Ruurd R. Nauta & M. Annette Harder (edd.). Catullus' Poem on Attis. Text and Contexts. Leiden: Brill, 2005 (= Mnemosyne 57.5, 2004), 534-73. Sumi Furiya, BMCR 2005.12.02 (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2005/2005-12-02.html) || Niklas Holzberg, CR 56, 2006, 92-3.
  • Buisel de Sequeiros, María Delia. 'Catulo 96: el amor más poderoso que la muerte.' Classica(Brasil) 7/8, 1994/95, 127-40.
  • Burgess, D.L. 'Catullus c. 50. The Exchange of Poetry.' AJPh 107, 1986, 576-86.
  • Cairns, Francis. 'The Nereids of Catullus 64.12-23b.' GB 11, 1984, 95-101.
  • Cairns, Francis. Roman Lyric. Collected Papers on Catullus and Horace. Berlin & Boston: De Gruyter, 2012 (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 301). x, 525 pp.
  • Cairns, Francis . 'The genre "oaristys".' WS 123, 2010, 101-29.
  • Calvié, L. 'Le vertige des formes poétiques dans la Boucle de Bérénice de Callimaque d'après sa traduction latine par Catulle.' In: Yannic Durbec & Didier Pralon (edd.). Actes de la journée internationale d'étude sur les Aitia de Callimaque (Aix-en-Provence 21 mai 2004). Aix en Provence: Presses Universitaires de l'Université de Provence, 2005 [forthcoming].
  • Carilli, M. 'Le Nugae di Catullo e l'epigramma greco.' ASNP 5, 1975, 925-53.
  • Casadio, Valerio. 'Catull. III 1 ss.' MCr 21/22, 1986/87, 337-8.
  • Cassio, Albio Cesare. 'L'incipit della Chioma callimachea in Virgilio.' RFIC 101, 1973, 329-32.
  • Cataudella, Quintino. 'Callim. fr. 291 Pf.' MCr 5-7, 1970-72, 155-63.
  • Cazzaniga, Ignazio. 'Catullo 68b, 50-60 e i vv. 1-7 del papiro Lond. di Partenio di Nicea.' PP 16, 1961, 124-6.
  • Clare, Ray J. 'Catullus 64 and the Argonautica of Apollonius Rhodius. Allusion and Exemplarity.' PCPhS 42, 1996, 60-88.
  • Clarke, Jacqueline. Imagery of Colour and Shining in Catullus, Propertius, and Horace. New York: Peter Lang, 2003 (Lang Classical Studies 13). 337 pp.
  • Clausen, Wendel. 'Catull und Kallimachos.' In: A.D. Skiadas (ed.). Kallimachos. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1975 (Wege der Forschung 296), 388-400. Originally published 1970.
  • Clausen, Wendel. 'Ariadne's leave-taking: Catullus 64.116-20.' ICS 2, 1977, 219-23.
  • Clauss, James J. 'A Delicate Foot on a Well-Worn Threshold. Paradoxical Imagery in Catullus 68b.' AJPh 116, 1995, 237-54.
  • Coman, J. L'art de Callimaque et de Catulle dans le poème La boucle de Bérénice. A l'occasion de la découverte d'un nouveau papyrus de Callimaque. Bucarest: Tip. Universul, 1936. 124 pp. Collomp , BFS 15, 1937, 237 || Collart, RPh 1938, 182 || Schmidt, PhW 1939, 43.
  • Courtney, Edward. 'Two Catullian questions.' Prometheus 15, 1989, 160-4.
  • Courtney, Edward. 'Catullus' yacht (or was it ?).' CJ 92, 1996/97, 113-22.
  • Courtney, Edward. 'Problems in two translations. I. Cicero and Aratus; II. Catullus and Callimachus.' Prometheus 26, 2000, 47-51.
  • Coutelle, Éric. 'Poétique et métapoésie chez Properce.' BAGB 2005: 145-61.
  • Cupaiuolo, Fabio. 'Sull'alessandrinismo delle strutture formali dell'ecloga VI di Virgilio.' BStudLat 26, 1996, 482-503.
  • Cutolo, Paolo. 'Teocrito, il catalogo elegiaco e l'elegia ellenistico-romano.' Orpheus 18, 1997, 442-58.
  • D'Angour, Armand J. 'Catullus 107. A Callimachean reading.' CQ 50, 2000, 615-8.
  • Daly, Lloyd W. 'Callimachus and Catullus.' CPh 47, 1952, 97-9.
  • De Wilde, Mark. 'Catullus' "Coma Berenices": an investigation of a "true interpreter"'s poetic licence and its reception by Apuleius.' In: Carl Deroux (ed.). Studies in Latin literature and Roman history 14. Bruxelles: Latomus, 2008 (Collection Latomus 315), 144-76.
  • DeBrohun, Jeri Blair. 'Ariadne and the Whirlwind of Fate. Figures of Confusion in Catullus 64.149-57.' CPh 94, 1999, 419-30.
  • Debrohun, Jeri Blair. 'Catullan intertextuality: Apollonius and the allusive plot of Catullus 64.' In: Marilyn B. Skinner (ed.). A Companion to Catullus. Malden: Blackwell, 2007, 1293-313.
  • Decreus, Freddy. 'Catulle, c. 1, Cornelius Nepos et les Aitia de Callimaque.' Latomus 43, 1984, 842-60.
  • Decreus, Freddy. 'Le poème 85 de Catulle et les épigrammes 28, 35 et 19 (Pf.) de Callimaque.' In: Freddy Decreus & Carl Deroux (edd.). Hommages à Jozef Veremans. Bruxelles: Latomus, 1986 (Collection Latomus 193), 48-56.
  • Decreus, Freddy. 'Het hellenisme en Catullus. Over een erfenis.' Hermeneus 63, 1991, 114-21.
  • Dell'Era, A. 'Il carme LXV di Catullo.' BollClass 24, 2003, 135-8.
  • Di Meo, Paolo. 'A proposito di un'"agnizione" (Catullo, c. 101,1).' RFIC 135, 2007, 423-37.
  • Dominik, William J. 'Following in whose footsteps? The epilogue to Statius' Thebaid.' In: A.F. Basson & W.J. Dominik (edd.). Literature, Art, History. Studies on Classical Antiquity and Tradition in Honour of W.J. Henderson. Frankfurt: Lang, 2003, 91-109. Stephen Evans, BMCR 2004.10.31.
  • Durbec, Yannick. 'Le rapt de la Boucle: Callimaque fr. 110, 50-78 Pf.' Eranos 103, 2006, 73-7.
  • Edquist, Harriet. 'Aspects of Theocritean "otium".' Ramus 4, 1975, 101-14.
  • Faber, Riemer. Ecphrasis in Hellenistic Poetry. Diss. University of Toronto, 1992. AAT NN78721. DAI-A 54.5, 1992/93, 1788.
  • Fain, Gordon L. Catullus, Callimachus, and Martial: composition in Greek and Latin epigram. Diss. University of California, Los Angeles, 2005. 252 pp. Summary: DAI-A 67, 2006/07.
  • Fain, Gordon L. Writing Epigrams. The Art of Composition in Catullus, Callimachus and Martial. Bruxelles: Latomus, 2008 (Collection Latomus 312). 238 pp. Donncha O'Rourke, CR 59, 2009 415-17 || Robert Cowan, JRS 1000, 2010, 305-6 || Margot Neger, Gymnasium 117, 2010, 599-600 || Regina Höschele, Gnomon 82, 2010, 562-3 || Antonella Borgo, BStudLat 39, 2009, 269-71 || Lucienne Deschamps, REA 111, 2009, 316-17.
  • Fantuzzi, Marco. 'Caducità dell'uomo et eternità della natura. Variazioni di un motivo letterario.' QUCC 55, 1987, 101-10.
  • Fantuzzi, Marco. 'Pastoral love and "elegiac" love, from Greece to Rome.' LICS 2.3, 2003, 11 pp.
  • Fedeli, Paolo. 'Attis e il leone. Dall'epigramma ellenistico al c. 63 di Catullo.' In: Letterature comparate. Problemi e metodo. Studi in onore di E. Paratore. Bologna: Pàtron, 1981, 247-56.
  • Feeney, Denis. 'Catullus and the Roman Paradox Epigram.' In: Rolando Ferri, J. Mira Seo & Katharina Volk (edd.). Callida Musa: Papers on Latin Literature in Honor of R. Elaine Fantham = MD 61, 2009, 29-39.
  • Ferguson, John. Catullus. Oxford, 1988.
  • Fernandelli, Marco. 'Virgilio imitatore. Quattro ipotesi a proposito di Eneide I.' Lexis 16, 1998, 163-99.
  • Fernandelli, Marco. 'Miti, miti in miniatura, miti senza racconto: note a quattro epilli (Mosch. Eur. 58-62, Catull. 64, 89-90, Verg. georg. IV 507-515, Ou. met. XI 751-795).' CentoPagine 2, 2008, 12-27.
  • Fernandelli, Marco. Catullo e la rinascita dell'epos: dal carme 64 all'Eneide. Hildesheim, Zürich & New York: Georg Olms Verlag, 2012 (Spudasmata 142). lx, 614 pp.
  • Fernandelli, Marco . 'Catullo 64 e il Giambo 12 di Callimaco.' In: Lucio Cristante (ed.). Incontri triestini di filologia classica 8 (2008/09). Trieste: Università di Trieste, 2010, 191-210.
  • Flores, Enrico. 'La dedica catulliana a Nepote e un epigramma di Cinna.' Vichiana 5, 1976, 3-18.
  • Formicola, Crescenzo. 'Il pomo della discordia (Catull. 65, Callimaco e l'elegia latina).' Vichiana 5, 2003, 183-205.
  • Forsyth, P.Y. 'Comments on Catullus 116.' CQ 27, 1977, 352-3.
  • Fränkel, Eduard. 'Kallimachos und Catull. Zu den neuesten Funden.' Gnomon 5, 1929, 265-8.
  • Fry, C. 'Esthétique de la complexité informationnelle: du moineau de Lesbie aux baisers de Catulle (Catulle 2; 3; 5; 7).' Latomus 63, 2004, 841-856.
  • Fuhrer, Therese. 'The question of genre and metre in Catullus' polymetrics.' QUCC 46, 1994, 95-108.
  • Fyntikoglou, Vasilis A. "Tapeinê philoxenia." Morphê kai leitourgia tou motivou ston kallimachiko kai romaiko neoterismo. Didaktorike diatribe. Thessaloniki: Aristoteleio Panepistimio Thessalonikis, 1997. 318 pp. Includes a summary in German. C. Fakas, Hellenica 50, 2000, 374-83.
  • Gaisser, Julia Haig. 'Catullus and his first interpreters: Antonius Parthenius and Angelo Poliziano.' TAPhA 112, 1982, 83-106.
  • Gaisser, Julia Haig (ed.). Catullus. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007 (Oxford Readings in Classical Studies). ix, 606 pp.
  • Gaisser, Julia Haig. Catullus. Chichester & Malden: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009 (Blackwell Introductions to the Classical World). x, 243 pp.
  • Gall, Dorothea. 'Catulls Attis-Gedicht im Licht der Quellen.' WJA 23, 1999, 83-99.
  • Gantar, K. 'Einige Beobachtungen zu Catulls c. 68, 71-73.' GB 5, 1976, 117-21.
  • Gardner, Hunter H. 'Ariadne's lament. The semiotic impulse of Catullus 64.' TAPhA 137, 2007, 147-80.
  • Gardner, Hunter H. 'Ariadne's Lament. The Semiotic Impulse of Catullus 64.' TAPhA 137, 2007, 147ff.
  • Gärtner, Thomas. Cat. carm. 3,11s. - Eine Anspielung auf Philitas von Kos?' GFA 9, 2006, 13-20 (http://gfa.gbv.de/dr,gfa,009,2006,a,03.pdf).
  • Gärtner, Thomas. 'Überlegungen zur Genese der römischen Liebeselegie aus der hellenistischen Dichtung.' AAntHung 46.3, 2006, 213-237.
  • Giangrande, Giuseppe. 'Note di varia filologia.' GIF 58, 2006, 313-17 [partly in English].
  • Gigante Lanzara, Valeria. Callimaco, Inni, Chioma di Berenice. Catullus LXVI, La Chioma di Berenice Introduzione, traduzione, note; testo a fronte. Milano: Garzanti, 1984 (I grandi libri Garzanti). lxxix, 137 pp. N. Hopkinson, CR 35, 1985, 384 || S.M. Medaglia, RFIC 116, 1988, 250-1 || F. Vian, REG 100, 1987, 520-1 || C. Meillier, REG 98, 1985, 203 || T. Dorandi, Athenaeum 64, 1986, 271-2 || Zinato, AAHG 41, 1988, 154-6.
  • Gigante Lanzara, Valeria. 'Echi dell'Alessandra nella poesie latina.' Maia 51, 1999, 331-47.
  • Gigante, Marcello. 'Catullo, Cicerone e Antimaco.' RFIC 32, 1954, 67-74.
  • Godwin, Charles. Reading Catullus. Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2008. 144 pp.
  • Godwin, John. Catullus, Poems 61-68. Warminster: Aris & Phillips, 1996. R.J. Clare, CR 48, 1998, 192-3.
  • Godwin, John. Catullus, The shorter Poems. Warminster: Aris and Phillips, 1999.
  • Goldberg, Sander M. Constructing Literature in the Roman Republic. Poetry and its Reception. Cambridge: CUP, 2005. 249 pp. Denis Feeney, BMCR 2006.08.45 || B. Arkins, Classics Ireland 14, 2007, 112-14.
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