Vergil, Eclogues: Brief Bibliography. January 2003

Alpers, Paul, The Singer of the Eclogues: A Study of Virgilian Pastoral (Berkeley 1979); "Theocritean Bucolic and Virgilian Pastoral," pp. 19-47 in Batstone (1990); What is Pastoral? (Chicago 1996).

Arnold, Bruce, "The Literary Experience of Vergil's Fourth Eclogue." CJ 90.2 (1995) 143-160.

Batstone, William, "Introduction: On How Virgil's Pastoral Makes a Difference." Arethusa 23.1 (1990) (Special volume, Pastoral Revisions) 5-17.

Becker, Andrew "Poetry as equipment for living" ClIre 6 (1999) 1-22 (http://www.ucd.ie/~classics/99/becker.html )

Berg, William J., Early Virgil (London 1974)

Bowersock, G.W., "A Date in the Eighth Eclogue." HSCP 75 (1971) 73-80; "The Addressee of the Eighth Eclogue: A Response." HSCP 82 (1978) 201-202.

Breed, B.W., "Silenus and the Imago Vocis in Eclogue 6." HSCP 100 (2000) 327-340, "Imitations of Originality: Theocritus and Lucretius at the Start of the Eclogues" Vergilius 46 (2000) 3-20

Briggs, W.W. Jr., "A Bibliography of Virgil's 'Eclogues'." ANRW II.130.2 (Berlin 1981) 1268-1345

Brenk, Frederick E., "War and the shepherd: the tomb of Bianor in Vergil's ninth Eclogue."AJP 102 (1981) 427-430.

Brown, Edwin L., Numeri Vergiliani: Studies in Eclogues and Georgic. Coll. Latomus 63. (Brussels 1963).

Clausen, Wendell, A commentary on Virgil, Eclogues. Oxford 1994; "On the Date of the First Eclogue." HSCP 76 (1972) 201-205; "Theocritus and Virgil." CHCL II:301-19 (Cambridge 1982) = II.3:5-23. Cambridge 1983, Virgilís "Aeneid" and the Tradition of Hellenistic Poetry (Berkeley and Los Angeles 1987).

Coleman, Robert, "Tityrus and Meliboeus." G&R 13 (1966) 79-97; Vergil Eclogues (Cambridge 1977).

Conte, Gian Biagio, Genres and readers: Lucretius, love elegy, Pliny's Encyclopedia (Baltimore 1994); The Rhetoric of Imitation: Genre and Poetic Memory in Virgil and Other Latin Poets (Ithaca/London 1986).

Courtney, Edward, "Vergil's Sixth Eclogue." QUCC 34 (1990) 99-112.

Dix, T.K., "Vergil in the Grynean grove: two riddles in the third Eclogue." CP 90 (1995) 256-262.

Du Quesnay, Ian M. Le M., "From Polyphemus to Corydon: Virgil, Eclogue 2, and the Idylls of Theocritus," Pp. 35-69 and 206-21 in Creative Imitation and Latin Literature, edd. D. West and T. Woodman (Cambridge 1979); "Vergilís First Eclogue," PLLS 3 (1981) 29-182, "Vergilís Fourth Eclogue," PLLS 1 (1976) 25-99, "Vergilís Fifth Eclogue," PVS 16 (1976-77) 18-41.

Elder, J. P., "Non iniussa cano: Virgil's Sixth Eclogue." HSCP 65 (1961) 109-126.

Fantazzi, Charles; Querbach, Carl W., "Sound and Substance: A Reading of Virgil's Seventh Eclogue." Phoenix 39 (1985) 355-367.

Farrell, Joseph, "Asinius Pollio and Vergil's Eighth Eclogue." CP 86 (1991) 204-11; "Literary Allusion and Cultural Poetics in Vergil's Third Eclogue." Vergilius 38 (1992) 64-71.

Henderson, J., "Virgil's third Eclogue: how do you keep an idiot in suspense?" CQ 48.1 (1998) 213-228

Horsfall, Nicholas, ed., A companion to the study of Virgil (Leiden/New York 1995).

Hubbard, Thomas K., "Allusive Artistry and Vergil's Revisionary Program: Eclogues 1-3." MD 34 (1995). 37-67; "Intertextual Hermeneutics in Vergil's Fourth and Fifth Eclogues." CJ 91.1 (1995) 11-23, The Pipes of Pan: Intertextuality and Literary Filiation in the Pastoral Tradition from Theocritus to Milton (Ann Arbor 1998).

Kennedy, Duncan, "Arcades ambo: Virgil, Gallus and Arcadia." Hermathena 143 (1987) 47-59

Kenney, E.J., "Virgil and the Elegiac Sensibility." ICS 8 (1983) 44-59.

Kidd, D.A., "Imitation in the Tenth Eclogue." BICS 11 (1964) 54-64.

Leach, Eleanor Winsor, Vergil's Eclogues; landscapes of experience (Ithaca, N.Y. 1974)

Lee, Guy , Virgil: TheEclogues (Penguin 1984).

Lee, M. Owen, Death and Rebirth in Virgil's Arcadia (Albany 1989).

Lipka, Michael, Language in Vergil's Eclogues (Berlin/New York, 2001),"Notes on Fagus in Vergil's Eclogues" Philologus 146.1 (2002) 133-138.

Mankin, D., "The Addressee of Virgil's Eighth Eclogue: A Reconsideration." Hermes 116 (1988) 63-76

Martindale, Charles, ed. Cambridge Campanion to Virgil (Cambridge 1997), "Green Politics: the Eclogues," pp. 107-24 in Martindale (1997).

Nisbet, R.G.M., "Virgil's fourth Eclogue: Easterners and Westerners." BICS 25 (1978) 59-78.

O'Hara, James J., True Names: Vergil and the Alexandrian Tradition of Etymological Wordplay (Ann Arbor 1996); "Virgil's Style," in Martindale (1997) 241-58; Rev. Clausen, Virgil: Eclogues. AJP 117 (1996) 332-35.

Parker, Holt N., "Fish in Trees and Tie-Dyed Sheep: A Function of the Surreal in Roman Poetry" Arethusa 25.2 (1992) 293-323.

Paschalis, Michael, "Virgil's Sixth Eclogue and the Lament for Bion." AJP 116.4 (1995) 617 -21; "Two Implicit Myths in Virgil's Sixth Eclogue." Vergilius 39 (1993) 25-29.

Patterson, Annabel, Pastoral and Ideology: Virgil to Valery (Berkeley 1987).

Perkell, Christine G., "The 'Dying Gallus' and the Design of Eclogue 10." CP 91.2 (1996) 128-40; "On Eclogue 1, 79-83." TAPA 120 (1990) 171-181; "Vergilian Scholarship in the Nineties: The Eclogues." Vergilius 36 (1990) 43-55.

Perutelli, A., "Bucolics," pp. 27-62 in Nicholas Horsfall, ed., A companion to the study of Virgil (Leiden/New York 1995).

Petrini, Mark, The Child and the hero: Coming of Age in Catullus and Vergil (Ann Arbor 1997); ch. vi = "The Art of Escape and the Fourth Eclogue."

Poggioli, Renato, The Oaten Flute: Essays on Pastoral Poetry and the Pastoral Ideal (Cambridge, 1975).

Posch, Sebastian, Beobachtungen zur Theokritnachwirkung bei Vergil. Innsbruck (München, 1969)

Pöschl, Viktor, Die Hirtendichtung Virgil (Heidelberg 1964).

Putnam, Michael C.J., Virgil's pastoral art; studies in the Eclogues (Princeton, 1970)

Ross, David O., Jr., Backgrounds to Augustan Poetry: Gallus, Elegy, and Rome(Cambridge, 1975); ; ch. 2 = "The Sixth Eclogue: Virgilo poetic genealogy;" ch. 5 = "Gallus and the Tenth Eclogue."

Schmidt, Ernst A., Poetische Reflexion: Vergils Bukolik (München 1972).

Segal, C. P., Poetry and myth in ancient pastoral : essays on Theocritus and Virgil (Princeton 1981).

Skutsch, Otto, "Symmetry and Sense in the Eclogues," HSCP 73 (1969) 153-169; "The Original form of the second Eclogue." HSCP 74 (1970) 95-99.

Starr, Raymond J., "Vergil's Seventh Eclogue and Its Readers: Biographical Allegory as an Interpretative Strategy in Antiquity and Late Antiquity." CP 90.2 (1995) 129 ó38.

Stewart, Z., "The Song of Silenus," HSCP 64 (1959) 179-205.

Tarrant, R.J., "The Addressee of Virgil's Eighth Eclogue," HSCP 82 (1978) 197-199.

Thomas, Richard F., Reading Virgil and His Texts: Studies in Intertextuality (Ann Arbor 2000); contains: "From Recusatio to Commitment: the Evolution of the Vergilian Programme" (pp. 101-13); "Genre Through Intertextuality: Theocritus to Virgil and Propertius" (pp. 246-66), "Voice, poetics and Virgil's sixth eclogue" (pp. 288-96), "Theocritus, Calvus, and Eclogue 6." (pp. 297-99= CP 74 (1979) 337-339).

Van Sickle, J., "Et Gallus Cantavit: A Review Article [Ross]." CJ 72 (1977) 327-33; The design of Virgil's Bucolics (Rome, 1978); A Reading of Virgil's Messianic Eclogue. New York and London 1992; "Response to a Georgics Reader [Perkell] Bemused by the Bucolics." Vergilius 36 (1990) 56-63; "The End of the Eclogues [Review Article: Clausen]." Vergilius 41 (1995) 114-133; "The Unnamed Child: A Reading of Virgil's Messianic Eclogue." HSCP 71 (1966) 349-352.

Veyne, Paul, Roman Erotic Elegy: Love, Poetry, and the West (Chicago/London 1988)

Williams, Gordon, "A Version of Pastoral: Virgil Eclogue 4," pp. 31-46 in Quality and pleasure in Latin poetry edited by Tony Woodman & David West ( Cambridge 1974); "A look at Theocritus Idyll 7 through Virgil's eyes." Hermathena 143 (1987) 107-20; Tradition and Originality in Roman Poetry. Oxford 1968.

Williams, R.D., Virgil: The Eclogues and Georgics (New York 1979); "Virgil Eclogues 4.60-63." CP 71 (1976) 119-121.

Wright., James R.G., "Virgil's Pastoral programme: Theocritus, Callimachus, and Eclogue 1." PCPS 29 (1983) 107-60.

Zetzel, James E.G., "Gallus, Elegy, and Ross," CP 72 (1977) 249-60; "Servius and Triumviral History in the Eclogues," CP 79 (1984) 139-142.