Conversing with Antiquity
English Poets and the Classics, from Shakespeare to Pope
Table of Contents
Introduction: Reception as Conversation
1. 'The English Homer: Shakespeare, Longinus, and English 'Neoclassicism'
2. Cowley's Horatian Mice
3. The English Voices of Lucretius, from Lucy Hutchinson to John Mason Good
4. 'If he were living, and an Englishman': Translation Theory in the Age of Dryden
5. Dryden and the Tenth Satire of Juvenal
6. Dryden's 'Baucis and Philemon'
7. Nature's Laws and Man's: Dryden's 'Cinyras and Myrrha'
8. Dryden and Ovid's 'Wit out of Season': 'The Twelfth Book of Ovid his Metamorphoses' and 'Ceyx and Alcyone'
9. Translation, Metempsychosis, and the Flux of Nature: Dryden's 'Of the Pythagorean Philosophy'
10. Some Varieties of Pope's Classicism
11. Pope's Trojan Geography
12. Colonization, Closure, or Creative Dialogue? The Case of Pope's Iliad