Сульпиция. Библиография (на немецком, английском и русском языках)

Оригинал материала находится по адресу:
www.hs-augsburg.de/~harsch/Chronologia/Lsante01/Sulpicia/sul_f.html
www.bookfinder.com/dir/i/Reading_Sulpicia-Commentaries_1475-1990/0199245738/
www.torriano.org/hearing_eye/heathstubbs.html

Editiones:

Albi Tibulli carmina
ed. C. G. Heyne/E. C. F. Wunderlich, Leipzig 1817/19

Corpus Tibullianum
ed. L. Müller, Leipzig 1870

Albi Tibulli carmina
ed. I. P. Postgate, Oxonii 1905

Albi Tibulli carmina
ed. F. Calonghi, Torino 1928

Albius Tibullus, Gedichte
ed. R. Helm, Berlin/Weimar 1958

Albi Tibulli carmina
ed. F. W. Lenz, Leiden 1959

Tibull und sein Kreis
Lateinisch und Deutsch
ed. W. Willige, München 1966

Sulpiciae epistulae
ed. U. Harsch, München 1975
(litteratura Latina in voluminibus)

Tibullo, Le Elegie
ed. F. della Corte, Milano 1980

Albi Tibulli aliorumque carmina
ed. G. Luck, Stuttgart 1988

Appendix Tibulliana
ed. H. Tränkle, Berlin/New York 1990

Tibull, Elegische Gedichte
ed. J. Lilienweiß/A. Malmsheimer/B. Mojsisch, Stuttgart 2001
 


Римская сатира
В книгу вошли произведения римских авторов: Гораций “Сатиры”, Персий “Сатиры”, Сенека “Сатира на смерть императора Клавдия”, Петроний “Пир у Трималхиона”, Ювенал “Сатиры”, Сульпиция “Сатира”.
Государственное издательство художественной литературы, 1957


Sulpicia is the only woman poet of ancient Rome whose name and work have come down to us. Her poems appear in the manuscript of Tibullus and were at one time attributed to him.

These poems reveal a young woman of patrician origins, in love apparently for the first time and speaking with directness and frankness of her passion for her lover Cerinthus.

These translations will surely communicate her feelings to readers two thousand years after her own time.
ISBN 1870841751 Ј6.00 


Reading Sulpicia.
Commentaries by Mathilde Skoie
ISBN 0199245738
Publisher Oxford University Press

Focusing on the representation of the Augustan poet Sulpicia in commentaries, this book investigates the interpretative strategies involved in the reading of an ancient text. Mathilde Skoie discusses a selection of commentaries from the Renaissance to the present day, combining the history of classical scholarship, philology, feminist literary theory, and reception theory.


SULPICIA ET TURNUS


POESНA DE AMOR EN ROMA Catulo, Tibulo, Lнgdamo, Sulpicia, Propercio
AUTOR/ES: AA.VV.
ISBN: 9788446001478
AСO: 1993
IDIOMA: Castellano
PБGINAS: 312
DIMENSIONES: 11×17