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Critical sites about Eclogues

Allegory and the Eclogues
"t is difficult, if not impossible, to delve very deeply into the extensive secondary literature on the Eclogues without coming across the word allegory. Rarely, however, does anyone take the trouble to define exactly what is meant by this technical term."
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Richard Levis
From: Electronic Antiquity Vol. 1 no. 5 October 1993
Vergil’s “Messiah”: A New Governor of Spain?
"It is not my intention to defend Gallus'dubious claim to be Vergil’s "Messiah", though it is a convenient reminder of his celebrity. It may, however, be possible to add a new page to Gallus' career, with the aid of a recently published tessera hospitalis."
Contains: Historical Context
Author: Leonard A. Curchin
From: The Ancient History Bulletin 2.6 (1988) 143-144

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