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2008-2012

  • De May, Philip. Lucretius: Poet and Epicurean. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009 (Greece & Rome: texts and contexts). vi, 154 pp.

  • de May, Philip. Lucretius: Poet and Epicurean. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009 (Greece & Rome: Texts and Contexts). vi, 154 pp.

  • Farrell, Joseph A . 'The six books of Lucretius' De rerum natura: antecedents and influence.' Dictynna 5, 2008, 115-39.

  • Fish, Jeffrey & Kirk R. Sanders (edd.). Epicurus and the Epicurean tradition. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011. xi, 267 pp.

  • Fuhrer, Therese & Andreas Juckel. 'Lehrdichtung.' In: Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum 22, 2008, 1034-90.

  • Gale, Monica R. (ed., trans., comm.). Lucretius, De rerum natura 5. Oxford: Aris & Phillips, 2008 (Aris & Phillips Classical Texts). vii, 222 pp.

  • Gillespie, Stuart & Philip Hardie (edd.). The Cambridge Companion to Lucretius. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008. 382 pp.

  • Hardie, Philip R. 'Horace's Sublime Yearnings. Lucretian Ironies.' In: Francis Cairns (ed.). Papers of the Langford Latin Seminar. Vol. 13. Leeds: F. Cairns, 2008 (Arca 13), 119-72.

  • 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.

  • Hardie, Philip R. Lucretian receptions: history, the sublime, knowledge. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. ix, 306 pp.

  • 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.

  • Markovic, Daniel. The Rhetoric of Explanation in Lucretius' De rerum natura. Leiden: Brill, 2008 (Mnemosyne Suppl. 294). x, 176 pp.

  • Nelis, Damien P. 'Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.416-51: "noua monstra" and the "foedera naturae".' In: Philip R. Hardie (ed.). Paradox and the marvellous in Augustan literature and culture. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2009, 248-67.

  • Passannante, Gerard. The Lucretian Renaissance: Philology and the Afterlife of Tradition. Chicago & London: University of Chicago Press, 2011. 250 pp.

  • Slavitt, David R. (trans.). Lucretius, De rerum natura = The nature of things. A Poetic Translation. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2008 (The Joan Palevsky Imprint in Classical Literature). xiv, 301 pp.

  • Warren, James (ed.). The Cambridge companion to epicureanism. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. ix, 342 pp.

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  • Agosti, Marco. 'Le "salsae lacrimae" di Omero. Ennio come Callimaco?' Aufidus 12 N° 35, 1998, 37-40.

  • Arrighetti, Graziano. 'Filodemo, Lucrezio e le poetiche dell'Ellenismo.' WJA 25, 2001, 133-55.

  • Atherton, Catherine (ed.). Form and Content in Didactic Poetry. Papers presented at the 5th Nottingham Classical Literature Symposium, May 22nd, 1996. Bari: Levante, 1998 (Nottingham Classical Literature Studies 5). xxi, 169 pp. A. Magnoni, Eikasmos 12, 2001, 416-7 || K. Volk, JRS 91, 2001, 216-7.

  • Bignone, Ettore. 'Il proemio del libro II del poema di Lucrezio.' A&R 1942, 101-7.

  • Breed, Brian W. 'Imitations of originality. Theocritus and Lucretius at the start of the Eclogues.' Vergilius 46, 2000, 3-20.

  • Breed, Brian W. 'Imitations of Originality. Theocritus and Lucretius at the Start of the Eclogues.' Vergilius 46, 2000, 3-20.

  • Brown, R.D. 'Lucretius and Callimachus.' ICS 7, 1982, 77-97.

  • Bruno, Massimo. 'Cosa sognano i poeti: la rappresentazione onirico-visionaria del programma poetico.' Hormos 9, 2007, 17-62.

  • Camardese, Daniela. 'Lucrezio, v. 1063-72. Un saggio di poesi etologica.' RPL 25, 2002, 77-93.

  • Campbell, Gordon. Lucretius on Creation and Evolution. A Commentary on De Rerum Natura Book Five, Lines 772-1104. Oxford: OUP, 2004. 398 pp. Katherina Volk, BMCR 2004.06.26 || Lorenz Rumpf, Gymnasium 113, 2006, 179-81 || C.D.N. Costa, JRS 95, 2005, 283-4 || Diskin Clay, CR 55, 2005, 516-9.

  • Catrein, Christoph. Vertauschte Sinne. Untersuchungen zur Synästhesie in der römischen Dichtung. Munchen & Leipzig: Saur (BzA 178), 2003. 240 pp. E.J. Kenney, BMCR 2003.09.46 || Nicholas Horsfall, CR 55, 2005, 491-3.

  • Courtney, Edward. 'Lucretius and others on animals in warfare.' MH 63, 2006, 152-3.

  • Craca, C. 'Il proemio dell'inno ad Epicuro nel V libro di Lucrezio.' Orpheus 5, 1984, 182-7.

  • Craca, C. Le Possibilità della Poesia. Lucrezio e la Madre frigia in DRN 2.598-660. Bari: Edipuglia, 2000. John Godwin, CR 52, 2002, 176.

  • Cusset, Christophe. 'Avant-propos.' In: Christophe Cusset (ed.). Musa docta. Recherches sur la poésie scientifique dans l'Antiquité. Saint-Étienne: Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne, 2006 (Mémoires du Centre Jean Palerne 30).

  • Cusset, Christophe (ed.). Musa docta. Recherches sur la poésie scientifique dans l'Antiquité. Saint-Étienne: Publications de l'Université de Saint-Étienne, 2006 (Mémoires du Centre Jean Palerne 30). 456 pp

  • Dalzell, Alexander. The Criticism of Didactic Poetry. Essays on Lucretius, Virgil, and Ovid. Toronto: UTP, 1996 (Robson Classical Lectures 3). 240 pp. Monica R. Gale, EMC 17, 1998, 205-9.

  • De May, Philip. Lucretius: Poet and Epicurean. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009 (Greece & Rome: texts and contexts). vi, 154 pp.

  • de May, Philip. Lucretius: Poet and Epicurean. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009 (Greece & Rome: Texts and Contexts). vi, 154 pp.

  • 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.

  • Donohue, Harold. Lucretius and the Influence of Callimachus. Diss. New York University, 1990. 283 pp.

  • Donohue, Harold. The song of the swan. Lucretius and the influence of Callimachus. Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1993. iii, 162 pp.

  • Edmunds, Lowell. 'Mars as Hellenistic Lover. Lucretius, De rerum natura 1.29-40 and its Subtexts.' IJCT 8, 2001/02, 343-58.

  • Farrell, Joseph A . 'The six books of Lucretius' De rerum natura: antecedents and influence.' Dictynna 5, 2008, 115-39.

  • Fernandelli, Marco. 'Virgilio imitatore. Quattro ipotesi a proposito di Eneide I.' Lexis 16, 1998, 163-99.

  • Fish, Jeffrey & Kirk R. Sanders (edd.). Epicurus and the Epicurean tradition. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011. xi, 267 pp.

  • Flores, Enrico. Le scoperte di Poggio e il testo di Lucrezio. Napoli, 1980.

  • Fowler, Don P. 'Philosophy and Literature in Lucretian Intertextuality.' In: Roman Constructions. Readings in Postmodern Latin. Oxford: OUP, 2000, 138-55.

  • Fowler, Don P. 'The Didactic Plot.' In: Mary Depew & Dirk Obbink (edd.). Matrices of Genre. Authors, Canons, and Society. Cambridge (MA): Harvard UP, 2000 (Center for Hellenic Studies Colloquia). B. Acosta-Hughes, BMCR 2001.09.07 || P.A. Miller, AJPh 123, 2002 || G. Rosati, Phoenix 57, 2003, 144-7 || D. Feeney, JRS 93, 2003, 337-9 || Ph. Bosman, Scholia Reviews 12, 2003 || Bruce Gibson, CR 56, 2006, 267-9.

  • Fowler, Don P. Lucretius on Atomic Motion. A Commentary on De rerum natura 2.1-332. Oxford: OUP, 2002. W. Eglert, BMCR 2003.07.28 || S. Luciani, REL 81, 2003, 339 || David Wray, JRS 94, 2004, 238-9.

  • Fowler, Peta & Don Fowler. 'Lucretius.' In: Simon Hornblower and Anthony Spawforth (edd.). The Oxford Classical Dictionary. 3rd edn. Oxford: OUP, 1996, 888-90.

  • Fuhrer, Therese & Andreas Juckel. 'Lehrdichtung.' In: Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum 22, 2008, 1034-90.

  • Gale, Monica R. Myth and Poetry in Lucretius. Cambridge: CUP, 1994.

  • Gale, Monica R. 'The rhetorical programme of Lucretius I.' NCLS 5, 1997, 57-66.

  • Gale, Monica R. 'War and peace in Lucretius and the Georgics.' PVS 23, 1998, 101-28.

  • Gale, Monica R. 'War and Peace in Lucretius and the Georgics.' PVS 23, 1998, 101-28.

  • Gale, Monica R. Virgil on the Nature of Things. The Georgics, Lucretius and the Didactic Tradition. Cambridge: CUP, 2000. xiii, 321 pp. W. Batstone, Phoenix 57, 2003, 163-8 || J.J. O'Hara, CJ 98, 2002/03, 96-100 || M.C.J. Putnam, CW 96, 2002/03, 230-1 || J. Farrell, JRS 92, 2002, 239 || AHB 16, 2002, 191-2 || Richard F. Thomas, CR 54, 2004, 371-4 || M. Wilson, Prudentia 35, 2003, 192-4.

  • Gale, Monica R. 'Etymological Word-Play and Poetic Succession in Lucretius.' CPh 96, 2001, 168-72.

  • Gale, Monica R. Lucretius and the Didactic Epic. London: Bristol Classical Press / Duckworth, 2001. viii, 70 pp. K. Volk, BMCR 2002.03.42 || D.M. Walton, Mouseion 2, 2002, 103 || M. Wilson, Prudentia 35, 2003, 192-4.

  • Gale, Monica R. (ed.). Latin Epic and Didactic Poetry. Swansea: The Classical Press of Wales, 2004. 264 pp.

  • Gale, Monica R. 'Introduction: Genre, Tradition and Individuality.' In: eadem (ed.). Latin Epic and Didactic Poetry. Genre, Tradition and Individuality. Swansea: The Classical Press of Wales, 2004, xi-xxiii.

  • Gale, Monica R. 'The Story of Us: A Narratological Analysis of Lucretius' De Rerum Natura.' In: eadem (ed.). Latin Epic and Didactic Poetry. Genre, Tradition and Individuality. Swansea: The Classical Press of Wales, 2004, 49-71.

  • Gale, Monica R. '"Avia Pieridum loca." Tradition and Innovation in Lucretius.' In: Marietta Horster and Christiane Reitz (edd.). Wissensvermittlung in dichterischer Gestalt. Stuttgart: Steiner, 2005, 175-91. Ruth Scodel, BMCR 2007.01.05 (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2007/2007-01-05.html).

  • Gale, Monica R. 'Didactic epic', in Stephen J. Harrison (ed.). A Companion to Latin Literature. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005, 101-15.

  • Gale, Monica R. 'Lucretius', in John Miles Foley (ed.). A Companion to Ancient Epic. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005, 440-51.

  • Gale, Monica R. (ed.). Lucretius. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007 (Oxford Readings in Classical Studies). x, 441 pp.

  • Gale, Monica R. (ed., trans., comm.). Lucretius, De rerum natura 5. Oxford: Aris & Phillips, 2008 (Aris & Phillips Classical Texts). vii, 222 pp.

  • Garani, Myrto. Empedocles Redivivus. Poetry and Analogy in Lucretius. London and New York: Routledge, 2007 (Studies in Classics). xii, 324 pp.

  • Giesecke, Annette Lucia. Atoms, Ataraxy, and Allusion. Cross-generic Imitation of the De Rerum Natura in Early Augustan Poetry. Hildesheim: Olms, 2000 (Spudasmata 76). 202 pp. M.R. Gale, JRS 92, 2002, 232 || C. Catrein, CR 53, 2003, 96-7.

  • Gillespie, Stuart & Philip Hardie (edd.). The Cambridge Companion to Lucretius. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008. 382 pp.

  • Godwin, John. Lucretius. London: Bristol Classical Press, 2004 (Ancients in Action Series). 141 pp. Emma Woolerton, ScholiaRev 15, 2006, 10 (http://www.classics.ukzn.ac.za/reviews).

  • Hardie, Philip. 'Cultural and historical narratives in Virgil's Eclogues and Lucretius.' In: Marco Fantuzzi and Theodore Papanghelis (edd.). Brill's Companion to Greek and Latin Pastoral. Leiden: Brill, 2006 (Brill's Companions in Classical Studies).

  • Hardie, Philip R. 'Horace's Sublime Yearnings. Lucretian Ironies.' In: Francis Cairns (ed.). Papers of the Langford Latin Seminar. Vol. 13. Leeds: F. Cairns, 2008 (Arca 13), 119-72.

  • 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.

  • Hardie, Philip R. Lucretian receptions: history, the sublime, knowledge. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. ix, 306 pp.

  • Harrauer, Christine. 'Zitat und Originalität in Ovids Metamorphosen-Prooemium.' WS 114, 2001, 297-302.

  • Harrison, Stephen J. 'Ennius and the prologue to Lucretius DRN 1 (1.1-148).' LICS 1.4, 2002.

  • Haskell, Yasmin Annabel. Loyola's Bees. Ideology and Industry in Jesuit Latin Didactic Poetry. Oxford: OUP, 2003 (British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship Monographs). 353 pp. U. Schlegelmilch, Neulateinisches Jahrbuch 7, 2005, 338ff.

  • Hollis, Adrian S. 'Nicander and Lucretius.' PLLS 10, 1998, 169-84.

  • Horster, Marietta & Christiane Reitz. 'Dichtung und Lehre.' In: Marietta Horster and Christiane Reitz (edd.). Wissensvermittlung in dichterischer Gestalt. Stuttgart: Steiner, 2005, 7-14. Ruth Scodel, BMCR 2007.01.05 (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2007/2007-01-05.html).

  • 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.

  • Kennedy, Duncan F. Rethinking Reality. Lucretius and the Textualization of Nature. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2002. 160 pp. Gordon Campbell, CR 53, 2003, 352-354.

  • Kenney, Edward J. 'Doctus Lucretius.' Mnemosyne 23, 1970, 366-92. Reprinted in: C.J. Classen (ed.). Probleme der Lukrezforschung. Hildesheim: Olms, 1986.

  • King, Joy K. 'Lucretius the Neoteric.' In: William M. Calder III, U.K. Goldsmith & P.B. Kenevan (edd.). "Hypatia." Essays in classics, comparative literature, and philosophy presented to Hazel E. Barnes on her seventieth birthday. Boulder: University of Colorado Press, 1985, 27-43.

  • Kleve, K. 'Lucrèce, l'épicurisme et l'amour.' In: Actes du VIIIe congres de l'Association G. Budé, Paris, 5-10 avril 1968. Paris, 1969, 376-83.

  • Knox, Peter E. 'Lucretius on the Narrow Road.' HSCPh 99, 1999, 275-87.

  • Koenen, Mieke H. '"Loca loquuntur." Lucretius' explanation of the echo and other acoustic phenomena DRN 4.563-614.' Mnemosyne 57, 2004, 698-724.

  • Kromer, G. 'The didactic tradition in Vergil's Georgics.' Ramus 8, 1979, 7-21.

  • Kyriakidis, Stratis. 'Lucretius' DRN 1.926-50 and the proem to Book 4.' CQ 56, 2006, 606-9.

  • Kyriakidis, Stratis. Catalogues of Proper Names in Latin Epic Poetry. Lucretius-Virgil-Ovid. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007 (Pierides). xix, 219 pp.

  • La Bua, Giuseppe. L'inno nella letteratura poetica latina. Prefazione di Leopoldo Gamberale. San Severo: Gerni, 1999 (Drion 1). xvi, 537 pp. A. Perutelli, RFIC 128, 2000, 467-9 || N. Devlin, CR 52, 2002, 84-5.

  • Labate, Mario. 'Petronio, Satyricon 80-81.' MD 35, 1995, 165-75.

  • Luciani, Sabine. 'Présence de Démocrite dans l'astronomie lucrétienne.' Euphrosyne 31, 2003, 83-98.

  • Marincic, Marko. 'Der 'orphische' Bologna-Papyrus (Pap.Bon.4), die Unterweltsbeschreibung im Culex und die lukrezische Allegorie des Hades.' ZPE 122, 1998, 55-9.

  • Markovic, Daniel. The Rhetoric of Explanation in Lucretius' De rerum natura. Leiden: Brill, 2008 (Mnemosyne Suppl. 294). x, 176 pp.

  • Menghi, Martino. Lucrèce, sa matière et le miel des Muses.' In: Christophe Cusset, Fl. Garambois & N. Palmieri (edd.). Musa Docta. Presses de l'Université de Saint-Etienne, 2006 (Memoires du Centre Jean Palerne).

  • Nelis, Damien P. 'Apollonius Rhodius and the Traditions of Latin Epic Poetry.' In: M. Annette Harder, Remco F. Regtuit & Gerry C. Wakker (edd.). Apollonius Rhodius. Leuven: Peeters, 2000 (Hellenistica Groningana 4), 85-103.

  • Nelis, Damien P. 'Ovid, Metamorphoses 1.416-51: "noua monstra" and the "foedera naturae".' In: Philip R. Hardie (ed.). Paradox and the marvellous in Augustan literature and culture. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2009, 248-67.

  • 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.

  • Paolucci, Paola. 'Il mondo animale nell'opera di Lucrezio: "poikilia" del genere didascalico (alcuni "mirabilia" del VI libro).' In: Angela Maria Andrisano (ed.). Animali, animali fantastici, ibridi, mostri. Ferrara: Eprints Archive, 2007 (Annali online di Ferrara: Lettere: Speciale 1), 111-18.

  • Pasoli, E. 'Ideologia nella poesia. Lo stile di Lucrezio.' L&S 5, 1970, 367-85.

  • Passannante, Gerard. The Lucretian Renaissance: Philology and the Afterlife of Tradition. Chicago & London: University of Chicago Press, 2011. 250 pp.

  • Perutelli, Alessandro. 'Ifigenia in Lucrezio.' SCO 46.1, 1996, 193-9.

  • Pierrard, Aline. 'Versification formulaire, intertextualité et évocation poétique. Éléments matrices de la poésie didactique de Lucrèce.' Latomus 61, 2002, 589-607.

  • Pöhlmann, E. 'Charakteristika des römischen Lehrgedichts.' ANRW I.3, 1973, 813-901.

  • Reinhardt, Tobias. 'Readers in the underworld. Lucretius, De rerum natura 3.912-1075.' JRS 94, 2004, 27-46.

  • Rosenmeyer, Thomas G. 'One strike will do. A Lucretian puzzle.' SCI 18, 1999, 25-44.

  • Rumpf, Lorenz. Naturerkenntnis und Naturerfahrung. Zur Reflexion epikureischer Theorie bei Lukrez. München: Beck, 2003 (Zetemata 116). 285 pp. Tobias Reinhardt, BMCR 2005.02.38.

  • Schindler, Claudia. Untersuchungen zu den Gleichnissen im römischen Lehrgedicht (Lukrez, Vergil, Manilius). Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2000 (Hypomnemata 129). 320 pp. Katherina Volk, BMCR 2000.11.21 || Monica R. Gale, Gnomon 75, 2003, 556-8 || Gordon Campbell, JRS 94, 2004, 209-10.

  • Schindler, Claudia. 'Vom Kochrezept bis zu den Sternen. Aspekte der Gattungsgenese und Gattungsentwicklung im römischen Lehrdicht.' In: Marietta Horster and Christiane Reitz (edd.). Wissensvermittlung in dichterischer Gestalt. Stuttgart: Steiner, 2005, 193-210. Ruth Scodel, BMCR 2007.01.05 (http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/bmcr/2007/2007-01-05.html).

  • Schmidt, E.G. Clinamen. Eine Studie zum dynamischen Atomismus der Antike. Heidelberg: Winter, 2007. 208 pp.

  • Schmidt, Victor. 'Dans la chambre d'or de Vulcain (à propos de Virg. Én. 8.370sqq.).' Mnemosyne 26, 1973, 350-75.

  • Schwabl, Hans. 'Aus der Geschichte der hymnischen Prooimien. Homer, Hesiod, Arat, Lukrez - und ein Blick auf den Zeushymnus des Kleanthes.' WHB 43, 2001, 39-105.

  • Schwabl, Hans. 'Methodisches zum Venushymnus des Lukrez.' AAntHung 44, 2004, 213-54.

  • Schwartz, W. 'Naturanschauungen des Quintus Smyrnaeus und Lucretius vom mythologischen Standpunkte.' NJbbPh 109, 1874, 363-5.

  • Schwindt, Jürgen Paul (ed.). La représentation du temps dans la poésie augustéenne / Zur Poetik der Zeit in augusteischer Dichtung. Heidelberg: Winter, 2005 (Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften n.F. 2. Reihe 116). x, 230 pp.

  • Sedley, David N. Lucretius and the Transformation of Greek Wisdom. Cambridge: CUP, 1998. 252 pp. D. Blyth, Prudentia 32, 2000, 86-90 || R. Kamtekar, Ancient Philosophy 24, 2004, 228-32.

  • Sedley, David N. 'Lucretius and the New Empedocles.' LICS 2.4, 2003.

  • Segal, Charles P. 'Intertextuality and Immortality. Ovid, Pythagoras and Lucretius in Metamorphoses 15.' MD 46, 2001.

  • Setaioli, Aldo. 'L'analogie et la similitude comme instruments de demonstration chez Lucrèce.' Pallas 69, 2005, 117-141.

  • Sharrock, Alison R. & Helen Morales (edd.). Intratextuality. Greek and Roman Textual Relations. Oxford: OUP, 2001. xii, 363 pp. Monica R. Gale, Hermathena 171, 2001, 108-12 || Joseph Farrell, JRS 92, 2002, 226 || D.M. Hooley, CR 52, 2002, 31-2 || Ellen Oliensis, BMCR 2002.06.21.

  • Slavitt, David R. (trans.). Lucretius, De rerum natura = The nature of things. A Poetic Translation. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2008 (The Joan Palevsky Imprint in Classical Literature). xiv, 301 pp.

  • Smith, Martin Ferguson. 'Lucretius 5.115-7.' CQ 54, 2004, 298-9.

  • Solomon, Daniel. 'Lucretius' Progressive Revelation of Nature in DRN 1.149-502.' Phoenix 58, 2004, 260-83.

  • Spaeth Jr., J.W. 'Cicero, Model for Lucretius?' CJ 42, 1946, 105-6.

  • Taub, Liba. Ancient Meteorology. London & New York: Routledge, 2003 (Sciences in Antiquity Series). xiv, 271 pp. J. Komorowska, BMCR 2004.03.34 || M. Federspiel, LEC 72, 2004, 162-3 || Harry Hine, CPh 100, 2005, 83-8 || John T. Ramsey, CR 55, 2005, 188-9.

  • Toohey, Peter. Epic Lessons. An Introduction to Ancient Didactic Poetry. London: Routledge, 1996. x, 271 pp. J. Soubiran, Latomus 57, 1998, 718-9 || D. Donnet, LEC 67, 1999, 270 || P. Tordeur, AC 69, 2000, 345.

  • Van Sickle, John B. 'Virgil vs. Cicero, Lucretius, Theocritus, Plato, and Homer. Two programmatic plots in the first Bucolic.' Vergilius 46, 2000, 21-58.

  • Van Sickle, John B. 'Virgil vs. Cicero, Lucretius, Theocritus, Plato, and Homer. Two Programmatic Plots in the First Bucolic.' Vergilius 46, 2000, 21-58.

  • Volk, Katharina. The Poetics of Latin Didactic. Lucretius, Vergil, Ovid, Manilius. Oxford: OUP, 2002. xv, 288 pp. E.J. Kenney, BMCR 2003.01.26 || J.J. O'Hara, CJ 99, 2003/04, 456-8 || A. Sharrock, CPh 98, 2003, 306-9 || A. Cucchiarelli, CR 53, 2003, 350-2 || Brendon Reay, Vergilius 49, 2003, 189-92 || S. Luciani, REL 81, 2003, 380 || Gordon Campbell, JRS 94, 2004, 209-10 || V. DeNardis, CW 100, 2006/07, 173-4.

  • Warren, James (ed.). The Cambridge companion to epicureanism. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. ix, 342 pp.

  • Wistrand, E. 'De Lucretii prooemii interpretatione.; Eranos 1943, 43-7.

  • Wolpert, Benjamin. 'Hor. Carm. 4, 7: l'"epitaphium Torquati" o "Horatius alter Theseus".' GIF 58, 2006, 193-227.

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