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  • Asso, Paolo. A Commentary on Lucan, De bello civili IV: introduction, edition and translation. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2009 (Texte und Kommentare 33). x, 333 pp.

  • Asso, Paulo (ed.). Brill's Companion to Lucan. Leiden: Brill, 2011. Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2011. xxi, 625 pp.

  • Bexley, Erica M. 'Replacing Rome: Geographic and Political Centrality in Lucan's Pharsalia.' CPh 104, 2009, 459-75.

  • Braund, Susanna. A Lucan Reader. Selections from Civil War. Mundelein, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2009 (BC Latin Readers). xxxiv, 134 pp.

  • Chiu, Angeline. 'The Importance of Being Julia: Civil War, Historical Revision and the Mutable Past in Lucan's Pharsalia.' CJ 105, 2010, 343-60.

  • Cowan, Robert. 'Lucan's thunder-box: scatology, epic and satire in Suetonius' Vita Lucani' HSCPh 106, 2010.

  • Esposito, Paolo (ed., comm.). Marco Anneo Lucano: Bellum civile (Pharsalia): libro IV. Napoli: Loffredo, 2009. 412 pp.

  • Gärtner, Thomas. 'Der Epilog zur Thebais des Statius.' WJA 32, 2008, 137-57.

  • Gärtner, Thomas. 'Zum dichterischen Nachleben des neuen Epigramms Poseidipp (?) 95 A.-B. = col. IV 30-37.' Athenaeum 96, 2008, 791-3.

  • Hardie, Philip. 'Lucan's Song of the Earth.' In: Ettore Cingano & Lucio Milano (edd.). Papers on Ancient Literatures: Greece, Rome and the Near East. Proceedings of the "Advanced Seminar in the Humanities," Venice International University 2004-2005. Padova: SARGON Editrice e Libreria, 2008 (Quaderni del Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Antichità e del Vicino Oriente, Università Ca' Foscari, Venezia 4), 305-30.

  • Hardie, Philip R. 'Lucretian multiple explanations and their reception in Latin didactic and epic.' In: Marco Beretta & Francesco Citti (edd.). Lucrezio, la natura e la scienza. Firenze: Olschki, 2008 (Biblioteca di Nuncius 66), 69-96.

  • Hömke, Nicola & Christiane Reitz (edd.). Lucan's Bellum civile: between epic tradition and aesthetic innovation. Berlin & New York: De Gruyter, 2010 (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 282). xii, 240 pp.

  • Maes, Yannick. 'One but not the Same? Cato and Alexander in Lucan's Pharsalia 9,493-618 (and Caesar too).' Latomus 68, 2009, 657-79.

  • Marks, Raymond. 'Silius and Lucan.' In: Antony Augoustakis (ed.). Brill's Companion to Silius Italicus. Leiden: Brill, 2010.

  • Matthews, Monica. Caesar and the Storm. A Commentary on Lucan, De bello civili, Book 5, lines 476-721. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2008. 321 pp.

  • Murray, Jackie. 'Pompey's First Ship: Lucan and Apollonius.' In: Paolo Asso (ed.). Brill's Companion to Lucan. Leiden: Brill, 2011.

  • Nadeau, Yvan. 'Sextus Pompeius, Celaeno, Vergil, Lucan, hell, and Marcus Antonius Salmoneus.' Latomus 68.1, 2009, 35-42.

  • Roche, Paul. Lucan, De Bello Civile Book 1. Edited with introduction, text and commentary. Oxfrod & New York: Oxford University Press, 2009. 420 pp.

  • Schrijvers, Piet Herman. 'L'espace géographique dans le récit lucanien: Lucain et Ératosthène de Cyrène.' In: Olivier Devillers & Sylvie Franchet d'Espèrey (edd.). Lucain en débat: rhétorique, poétique et histoire. Actes du colloque international, Institut Ausonius (Pessac, 12-14 juin 2008). Paris: de Boccard, 2010, 267-79.

  • Seewald, Martin. Studien zum 9. Buch von Lucans Bellum Civile mit einem Kommentar zu den Versen 1-733. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2008 (Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft 2). xiii, 507 pp.

  • Tesoriero, Charles, with Frances Muecke & Tamara Neal (edd.). Lucan. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2010 (Oxford readings in classical studies). x, 537 pp.

  • Thomas, Jennifer E. 'Lucan's Bulls: A Problematic Simile at Bellum Civile 2.601-9.' CJ 105, 2010, 153-162.

  • Tracy, Jonathan. 'Fallentia Sidera: The Failure of Astronomical Escapism in Lucan.' AJPh 131, 2010, 635-61.

  • Walde, Christine (ed.). Lucans Bellum civile: Studien zum Spektrum seiner Rezeption von der Antike bis ins 19. Jahrhundert. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2009. 574 pp.

  • Wick, Claudia. '"Veros dracones putares." Schlangenkunde in der antiken Fachliteratur und Poesie.' In: M. Annette Harder, Remco F. Regtuit & Gerry Wakker (edd.). Nature and Science in Hellenistic Poetry. Proceedings of the Eighth Groningen Workshop on Hellenistic Poetry. Leuven: Peeters, 2009, 277-94. Christophe Cusset, Aitia 2, 2012.

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  • Ahl, Frederick M. 'The pivot of the Pharsalia.' Hermes, 102, 1974, 305-20.

  • Ahl, Frederick M. Lucan. An introduction. Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1976 (Cornell Studies in Classical Philology 39).

  • Albrecht, Michael von. 'Der Dichter Lucan und die epische Tradition.' In: Lucain. Vandoeuvres-Genève: Fondation Hardt, 1970 (Entretiens sur l'antiquité classique 15), 267-308.

  • Albrecht, Michael von. Roman Epic. An Interpretative Introduction. Leiden: Brill, 1999 (Mnemosyne Suppl. 189). S.M. Goldberg, CW 93, 2000, 545-6 || P. Hardie, JRS 91, 2001, 214 || A.J. Boyle, Gnomon 73, 2001, 720-2.

  • Anzinger, Silke. Schweigen im römischen Epos. Zur Dramaturgie der Kommunikation bei Vergil, Lucan, Valerius Flaccus und Statius. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2007 (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 237). xi, 408 pp.

  • Arweiler, Alexander. 'Erichtho und die Figuren der Entzweiung. Vorüberlegungen zu einer Poetik der Emergenz in Lucans Bellum civile.' Dictynna 3, 2006, http://dictynna.revue.univ-lille3.fr/DictynnaNumero3.html.

  • Asso, Paolo. A Commentary on Lucan, De bello civili IV: introduction, edition and translation. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2009 (Texte und Kommentare 33). x, 333 pp.

  • Asso, Paulo (ed.). Brill's Companion to Lucan. Leiden: Brill, 2011. Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2011. xxi, 625 pp.

  • Augoustakis, Antony. 'Cutting down the grove in Lucan, Valerius Maximus and Dio Cassius.' CQ 56, 2006, 634-8.

  • Auhagen, Ulrike. 'Lukans Alexander-Darstellung im bellum civile (10,20-52). Ein antineronischer Exkurs. In: Stefan Faller (ed.). Studien zu antiken Identitäten. Würzburg: Ergon Verlag, 2001 (Identitäten und Alteritäten 9 / Altertumswissenschaftliche Reihe 2), 133-44.

  • Badalí, Renato. Lucano, La guerra civile. Farsaglia. Introduzione, traduzione e note. Milano: Garzanti, 1999. xxv, 581. F. Angiò, QS 54, 2001, 286-7.

  • Baldini Moscadi, Loretta. 'Conterrita virgo. Da Lucano a Valerio Flacco. Un itinerario della memoria.' Invigilata Lucernis 21, 1999, 43-53.

  • Barrenechea, Francisco. 'The star signs at Brundisium. Astral symbolism in Lucan 2.691-2.' CQ 54, 2004, 312-7.

  • Bartsch, Shadi. Actors in the Audience. Theatricality and Doublespeak from Nero to Hadrian. Cambridge, MA & London: Harvard UP, 1994 (Revealing Antiquity 6).

  • Bartsch, Shadi. Ideology in Cold Blood. A Reading of Lucan's Civil War. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1997. Reprinted 2001. x, 224 pp. E. O'Gorman, CW 93, 1999-2000, 116-7 || R. Bardalì, Gnomon 73, 2001, 309-14 || M. Kleijwegt, Scholia Reviews 7, 1998.

  • Behr, Francesca D'Alessandro. Apostrophe, Irony and Death in Lucan's Bellum Civile. Diss. State University of New York, Buffalo, 2000, 225 pp. AAT 9987024. Summary: DAI-A 61.9, 2001, 3535.

  • Behr, Francesca D'Alessandro. Feeling History. Lucan, Stoicism, and the Poetics of Passion. Columbus, OH: The Ohio State UP, 2007. 259 pp. Paul Roche, BMCR 2007.08.44 (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2007/2007-08-44.html).

  • Berti, Emanuele. M. Annaei Lucani Bellum Civile. Liber X. Firenze: Le Monnier, 2000. 384 pp. Vincent Hunink, Gnomon 76, 2004, 171-3 || Charles Tesoriero, CR 54, 2004, 400-2 || Stefano Rocca, Maia 56, 2004, 191-4.

  • Bexley, Erica M. 'Replacing Rome: Geographic and Political Centrality in Lucan's Pharsalia.' CPh 104, 2009, 459-75.

  • Braund, Susanna. A Lucan Reader. Selections from Civil War. Mundelein, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2009 (BC Latin Readers). xxxiv, 134 pp.

  • Braund, Susanna & Giles Gilbert. 'An ABC of epic ira: anger, beasts and cannibalism.' In: Susanna Braund & Glenn W. Most (edd.). Ancient Anger. Perspectives from Homer to Galen. Cambridge: CUP, 2004 (Yale Classical Studies 32). Adam Bartley, Classics Ireland 12, 2005, http://www.classicsireland.com || Peter Aronoff, BMCR 2007.07.32 || Christophe Cusset, REA 108, 2006 || Simon Goldhill, CR 55, 2005, 178-9.

  • Braund, Susanna & Glenn W. Most (edd.). Ancient Anger. Perspectives from Homer to Galen. Cambridge: CUP, 2004 (Yale Classical Studies 32). x, 325 pp. Adam Bartley, Classics Ireland 12, 2005, http://www.classicsireland.com || Peter Aronoff, BMCR 2007.07.32 || Christophe Cusset, REA 108, 2006.

  • Brena, Fabrizio. 'Nota a Macro fr. 17 Büchn.' Maia 44, 1992, 171-2.

  • Cazzaniga, Ignazio. 'L'episodio dei serpi libici in Lucano e la tradizione dei Theriaka nicandrei.' Acme 10, 1957, 27-41.

  • Chiu, Angeline. 'The Importance of Being Julia: Civil War, Historical Revision and the Mutable Past in Lucan's Pharsalia.' CJ 105, 2010, 343-60.

  • Cowan, Robert. 'Lucan's thunder-box: scatology, epic and satire in Suetonius' Vita Lucani' HSCPh 106, 2010.

  • Degl'Innocenti Pierini, Rita. 'Erisittone prima e dopo Ovidio.' Prometheus 13, 1987, 133-59.

  • 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.

  • Esposito, Paolo (ed.). Gli scolii a Lucano ed altra scoliastica latina. Pisa: Edizioni ETS, 2004 (Testi e studi di cultura classica 32). 208 pp.

  • Esposito, Paolo. 'I segnali della tempesta nella riscrittura lucanea (Phars. 5, 540-550).' In: Luciano Landolfi, Paolo Monella (ed.). "Doctus Lucanus": aspetti dell'erudizione nella Pharsalia di Lucano. Seminari sulla poesia latina di età imperiale. Vol. 1. Bologna: Pàtron, 2007 (Testi e manuali per l'insegnamento universitario del latino n.s. 99), 83-110.

  • Esposito, Paolo (ed., comm.). Marco Anneo Lucano: Bellum civile (Pharsalia): libro IV. Napoli: Loffredo, 2009. 412 pp.

  • Esposito, Paolo & Enrico M. Ariemma (edd.). Lucano e la tradizione dell'epica latina. Atti del Convegno Internazionale di Studi. Fisciano-Salerno, 19-20 ottobre 2001. Napoli: Guida, 2004 (Università degli Studi di Salerno. Quaderni del Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Antichità). 203 pp. Paolo Asso, BMCR 2005.07.33 || William J. Dominik, CR 56, 2006, 121-3.

  • Esposito, Paolo & Luciano Nicastri (edd.) Interpretare Lucano. Miscellanea di studi. Napoli: Arte Tipographica, 1999 (Quaderni del Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Antichità, Università degli Studi di Salerno). 504 pp. A. Augoustakis, BMCR 2002.02.01 || U. Carratello, GIF 54, 2002, 282-4 || V.J.C. Hunink, CR 52, 2002, 68-70 || F. Corsaro, Orpheus 24, 2003, 280-6.

  • Fantham, Elaine. 'Caesar and the mutiny. Lucan's reshaping of the historical tradition in De bello civili 5, 237-373.' CPh, 80, 1985, 119-31.

  • Fantham, Elaine. 'Lucan's Medusa-excursus. Its design and purpose.' MD 29, 1992, 95-119.

  • Fantham, Elaine. 'The angry poet and the angry gods: problems of theodicy in Lucan's epic of defeat.' In: Susanna Braund & Glenn W. Most (edd.). Ancient Anger. Perspectives from Homer to Galen. Cambridge: CUP, 2004 (Yale Classical Studies 32). Adam Bartley, Classics Ireland 12, 2005, http://www.classicsireland.com || Peter Aronoff, BMCR 2007.07.32 || Christophe Cusset, REA 108, 2006.

  • Foley, John Miles (ed.). A Companion to Ancient Epic. Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2005 (Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World). xxiv, 664 pp. Paperback reprint 2009. Antonia Syson, BMCR 2007.09.21 (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2007/2007-09-41.html).

  • Foucher, Antoine. Historia proxima poetis. L'influence de la poésie épique sur le style des historiens latins de Salluste à Ammien Marcellin. Brussels: Latomus, 2000 (Collection Latomus, 255). 487 pp. Christina S. Kraus, BMCR 2003.05.13.

  • Fuà, Oscar. 'Echi lucanei nella profezia di Mopso (Val. Fl. 1, 207-26).' GIF 54, 2002, 105-15.

  • Gärtner, Thomas. 'Der Epilog zur Thebais des Statius.' WJA 32, 2008, 137-57.

  • Gärtner, Thomas. 'Zum dichterischen Nachleben des neuen Epigramms Poseidipp (?) 95 A.-B. = col. IV 30-37.' Athenaeum 96, 2008, 791-3.

  • Hardie, Philip. 'Lucan's Song of the Earth.' In: Ettore Cingano & Lucio Milano (edd.). Papers on Ancient Literatures: Greece, Rome and the Near East. Proceedings of the "Advanced Seminar in the Humanities," Venice International University 2004-2005. Padova: SARGON Editrice e Libreria, 2008 (Quaderni del Dipartimento di Scienze dell'Antichità e del Vicino Oriente, Università Ca' Foscari, Venezia 4), 305-30.

  • Hardie, Philip R. The Epic Successors of Virgil. A Study in the Dynamics of a Tradition. Cambridge: CUP, 1992. 141 pp. M.C.J. Putnam, Arion 6.3, 1998-9, 204-16 || A.A. Alves de Sousa, Euphrosyne 26, 1998, 533.

  • Hardie, Philip R. 'Lucretian multiple explanations and their reception in Latin didactic and epic.' In: Marco Beretta & Francesco Citti (edd.). Lucrezio, la natura e la scienza. Firenze: Olschki, 2008 (Biblioteca di Nuncius 66), 69-96.

  • Helzle, M. 'Die Beschreibung des Apennin in Lucans De bello civili II 392-438.' WJA 19, 1993, 161-72.

  • Hershkowitz, Debra. The Madness of Epic. Reading Insanity from Homer to Statius. Oxford: OUP, 1998. xiii, 346 pp. A. Zissos, BMCR 1999.8.7 || A. Hardie, CR 50, 2000, 109-11 || M. Dewar, CJ 96, 2000/2001, 456-9.

  • Hömke, Nicola & Christiane Reitz (edd.). Lucan's Bellum civile: between epic tradition and aesthetic innovation. Berlin & New York: De Gruyter, 2010 (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 282). xii, 240 pp.

  • Kebric, R.B. 'Lucan's snake episode (IX 587-937). A historical model.' Latomus, 35, 1976, 380-82.

  • Keith, Alison M. Engendering Rome. Women in Latin Epic. Cambridge: CUP, 2000. 161 pp. P. Salzman-Mitchell, JRS 91, 2001, 214-5 || B.M. Mota, Euphrosyne 31, 2003, 600-1.

  • Kovács, Péter. 'Two notes on Lucan.' AAntHung 44, 2004, 291-96.

  • Lausberg, Marion. 'Epos und Lehrgedicht. Ein Gattungsvergleich am Beispiel von Lucans Schlangenkatalog.' WJA 16, 1990, 173-203.

  • Leigh, Matthew. 'Lucan's Caesar and the sacred grove. Deforestation and enlightenment in antiquity.' In: P. Esposito & L. Nicastri (edd.). Interpretare Lucano. Miscellanea di studi. Napoli: Università degli studi di Salerno, 1999 (Quaderni del dipartimento di scienze dell'antichità 22), 167-205.

  • Leigh, Matthew. 'Lucan and the Libyan Tale.' JRS 90, 2000, 95-109.

  • Loupiac, Annic. La poétique des éléments dans la Pharsale de Lucain. Bruxelles: Latomus, 1998. Carin Green, Scholia Reviews 10, 2001.

  • Lovatt, Helen. Statius and Epic Games. Sport, Politics and Poetics in the Thebaid. Cambridge: CUP, 2005. 351 pp. Carole E. Newlands, CR 56, 2006, 360-2 || J.R. Dunkle, JRS 96, 2006, 257-8.

  • Maes, Yannick. 'One but not the Same? Cato and Alexander in Lucan's Pharsalia 9,493-618 (and Caesar too).' Latomus 68, 2009, 657-79.

  • Marks, Raymond. 'Silius and Lucan.' In: Antony Augoustakis (ed.). Brill's Companion to Silius Italicus. Leiden: Brill, 2010.

  • Marti, B.M. 'Tragic History and Lucan's Pharsalia.' In: C. Henderson Jr. (ed.). Classical, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies in Honor of Berthold Louis Ullman. Vol. 1. Rome, 1964, 165-204.

  • Masters, J. Poetry and Civil War in Lucan's Bellum civile. Cambridge: CUP, 1992.

  • Matthews, Monica. Caesar and the Storm. A Commentary on Lucan, De bello civili, Book 5, lines 476-721. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2008. 321 pp.

  • Miniconi, P.-J. Etude des themes 'guerriers' de la poésie épique grèco-romaine, suivie d'un Index. Paris, 1951 (Publications de la Faculté des lettres d'Alger. Sér. 2, Tome 19).

  • Murray, Jackie. 'Pompey's First Ship: Lucan and Apollonius.' In: Paolo Asso (ed.). Brill's Companion to Lucan. Leiden: Brill, 2011.

  • Nadaï, Jean-Christophe de. Rhétorique et poétique dans la Pharsale de Lucain. La crise de la représentation dans la poésie antique. Leuven: Peeters, 2000. vi, 363 pp. M.J. de Sousa Barbosa, Euphrosyne 29, 2001, 482-4 || C. Tesoriero, JRS 92, 2002, 250 || Alban Baudou, Phoenix 57, 2003, 347-50.

  • Nadeau, Yvan. 'Sextus Pompeius, Celaeno, Vergil, Lucan, hell, and Marcus Antonius Salmoneus.' Latomus 68.1, 2009, 35-42.

  • Narducci, Emanuele. La provvidenza crudele. Lucano e la distruzione dei miti augustei. Pisa, 1979.

  • Narducci, Emanuele. 'Cicerone poeta in Lucano.' MD 7, 1982, 177-84.

  • Narducci, Emanuele. 'Pauper Amyclas. Modelli etici e poetici di un episodio della Pharsalia.' Maia 35, 1983, 183-94

  • Narducci, Emanuele. 'Ideologia e tecnica allusiva nella Pharsalia.' ANRW II.32.3, 1985, 1538-64

  • Narducci, Emanuele. 'Deconstructing Lucan, ovvero Le nozze (coi fichi secchi) di Ermete Trismegisto e di Filologia.' in L. Nicastri & P. Esposito (edd.). Interpretare Lucano. Miscellanea di studi. Napoli, 1999, 37-81 = Maia 51, 1999, 349-87.

  • Narducci, Emanuele. 'Il "corruccio verso gli dèi" (e il "titanismo" di Lucano). Nota a Cicerone, In Pisonem 68; Lucano Pharsalia VIII 665; Foscolo Dei Sepolcri 190ss.' Maia 52, 2000, 259-70

  • Narducci, Emanuele. 'Catone in Lucano (e alcune interpretazioni recenti).' Athenaeum 89, 2001, 171-86.

  • Narducci, Emanuele. 'Pompeo in cielo (Pharsalia IX 1-24; 186-217), un verso di Dante (Parad. XXII 135) e il senso delle allusioni a Lucano in due epigrammi di Marziale (IX 34; XI 5).' MH 57, 2001, 191-213.

  • Narducci, Emanuele. Lucano. Un'epica contro l'impero. Interpretazione della Pharsalia. Roma & Bari: Laterza, 2002. xvii, 524 pp. F. Corsaro, Orpheus 23, 2002, 273-7 || M. Leigh, JRS 93, 2003, 385-6 || N. Scivoletto, GIF 54, 2002, 184-7 || Paulo Asso, BMCR 2002.07.36; response 2002.08.14 || Paolo Esposito, Maia 56, 2004, 167-73 || Rita Degl'Innocenti Pierini, Prometheus 28, 2002, 278-82 || P.V. Cova, Athenaeum 92, 2004.

  • Newman, John Kevin. The Classical Epic Tradition. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1986 (Wisconsin Studies in Classics). Reprinted 2003 (pb). x, 566 pp.

  • Nickau, Klaus. "Inque deum templis iurabit Roma per umbras." Der Erzähler und die Götter bei Lucan.' Hermes 131, 2003, 488ff.

  • O'Hara, James J. Inconsistency in Roman Epic. Studies in Catullus, Lucretius, Vergil, Ovid and Lucan. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2007 (Roman Literature and Its Contexts). 165 pp.

  • Paterni, M. 'Lucano e il rectum cornu della luna (Phars. 5.548).' Prometheus 19, 1993, 61-7.

  • Pederzani, Ombretta. 'Curiositas e classicismo nelle Argonautiche di Valerio Flacco.' MD 18, 1987, 101-29.

  • Perry-Alloncle, A. 'Rhétorique et guerres civiles dans la Pharsale de Lucain. BAGB 2004, 188-203.

  • Perutelli, Alessandro. Frustula Poetarum. Bologna: Patron, 2002. 187 pp. James E.G. Zetzel, BMCR 2003.05.22.

  • Phillips, O.C. 'Lucan's grove.' CPh 63, 1968, 296-300.

  • Pice, Nicola. La similitudine nel poema epico. Omero, Apollonio Rodio, Virgilio, Ovidio, Lucano, Valerio Flacco, Stazio. Con un saggio di Giovanni Cipriani. Bari: Edipuglia, 2003 (Guide 15). 268 pp. Rosalba Dimundo, Aufidus 18 (53-54), 2004, 123 || Flaviana Ficca, BStudLat 34, 2004, 672-5 || Maria Guagnano, InvLuc 26, 2004, 348-50 || Andrew Zissos, CR 55, 2005, 691 || Christiane Reitz, Gnomon 78, 2006, 725-6 || Pol Tordeur, AC 75, 2006, 254-5.

  • Radicke, Jan. Lucan poetische Technik. Studien zum historischen Epos. Leiden: Brill, 2004 (Mnemosyne Suppl. 249). xiv, 586 pp. Antony Augoustakis, BMCR 2004.11.15.

  • Raschle, Christian R. Pestes harenae. Die Schlangenepisode in Lucans Pharsalia (IX 587-949). Einleitung, Text, Übersetzung, Kommentar. Frankfurt: Lang, 2001 (Studien zur klassischen Philologie 130). 445 pp. P. Habermehl, Gymnasium 110, 2003, 596-7 || S. Wheeler, CR 54, 2004, 104-6.

  • Reggi, Giancarlo. 'Dalla poesia ellenistica all'epica storica latina.' In: Giancarlo Reggi (ed.). Aspetti della poesia epica latina. Atti del corso d'aggiornamento per docenti di latino e greco del Canton Ticino, Lugano 21-23 ottobre 1993. Lugano: Casagrande, 1995 (Attualità e studi), 9-26.

  • Río Torres-Murciano, Antonio. 'Farsalia en la Cólquide. Acerca de dos símiles lucaneos en el libro VI de las Argonáuticas de Valerio Flaco.' Emerita 74, 2006, 201-16.

  • Roche, Paul. Lucan, De Bello Civile Book 1. Edited with introduction, text and commentary. Oxfrod & New York: Oxford University Press, 2009. 420 pp.

  • Rossi, Andreola. 'Remapping the past. Caesar's tale of Troy (Lucan BC 9.964-999).' Phoenix 55, 2001, 313-26.

  • Rutz, W. Studien zur Kompositionskunst und zur epischer Technik Lucans. Diss. Kiel, 1950. Reprinted Frankfurt, 1989.

  • Salemme, Carmelo. 'Varia iologica.' Vichiana 1, 1972, 330-43.

  • Salemme, Carmelo. Lucano. La storia verso la rovina. Napoli: Loffredo, 2002 (Studi latini 46). 105 pp. F. Corsaro, Orpheus 23, 2002, 285-7 || U. Carratello, GIF 54, 2002, 284.

  • Saylor, Charles. 'Open and Shut. The Battle for Massilia in Lucan, Pharsalia III.' Latomus 62, 2003, 381-6.

  • Schönberger, Otto. Untersuchungen zur Wiederholungstechnik Lucans. Diss. Heidelberg, 1961.

  • Schotes, H.A. Stoische Physik, Psychologie und Theologie bei Lucan. Diss. Bonn, 1969.

  • Schrijvers, Piet H. Julius Caesar bezoekt het oude Troje (Lucanus, De Bello Civili IX.950-999).' Hermeneus 74, 2002, 290-8.

  • Schrijvers, Piet Herman. 'L'espace géographique dans le récit lucanien: Lucain et Ératosthène de Cyrène.' In: Olivier Devillers & Sylvie Franchet d'Espèrey (edd.). Lucain en débat: rhétorique, poétique et histoire. Actes du colloque international, Institut Ausonius (Pessac, 12-14 juin 2008). Paris: de Boccard, 2010, 267-79.

  • Seewald, Martin. 'Ein Anonymus der frühen Kaiserzeit. Zu Lucan. 9,167-185 und Tac. ann. 3,1-2.' GFA 1, 1998.

  • Seewald, Martin. Studien zum 9. Buch von Lucans Bellum Civile mit einem Kommentar zu den Versen 1-733. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 2008 (Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft 2). xiii, 507 pp.

  • Seng, Helmut. 'Troja-Motive bei Lucan.' Gymnasium 110, 2003, 121-45.

  • Seo, Joanne Mira. Allusive Characterization from Apollonius to Statius. Diss. Princeton University, 2005. 199 pp. Summary DAI-A 65.11, 2004/05, 4184.

  • Shoaf, R.A. '"Certius exemplar sapientis viri." Rhetorical subversion and subversive rhetoric in Pharsalia 9.' PhQ 57, 1978, 143-54.

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