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by Daniel H. Garrison

eBook Students Catullus: Third Edition download ISBN: 041536826X
Author: Daniel H. Garrison
Publisher: Routledge; 3 edition (December 24, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 252
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Category: Literature
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Daniel H. Garrison's THE STUDENT'S CATULLUS, published by University of Oklahoma press, contains all 113 poems of the standard collection which are belived to be authentic, including the fragmentary poems. Garrison provides an introduction and notes for the individual poems, as well as four appendices on various matters ("People", "Meters", " Terms", and "Poetic Usage") and a complete vocabulary

Students Catullus book.

Students Catullus book. First published in 2004. Daniel H. Garrison provides an introduction and notes for the individual poems, as well as four appendices on various matters ("People", "Meters", " Terms", and "Poetic Usage") and a complete vocabulary.

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And for students and teachers of Latin, Daniel H. Garrison's The Student's Catullus is a definitive introductory text. Although his audacious, erotic, and satirical verses survived the Middle Ages in only a single copy, Catullus has become in our time a canonical author, ranking in popularity and importance with Virgil, Horace, and Ovid. And for students and teachers of Latin, Daniel H.

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First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Comments: (7)
Purestone
The back of the book was incredibly helpful. It tells you what the meter is for every poem along with some notes on some of the more difficult forms. It also contains a section reviewing all the important people you find in the poems. All in all it was a great book, although not something I'd recommend for beginners. Definitely an intermediate level book. The book takes for granted you've probably had a year of Latin or so and so you should already know the forms. There is a glossary but not all the words are there. A dictionary would be worth investing in.
LivingCross
Excellent student addition. Explanatory notes are very helpful. I would recommend this to any of my Latin students reading Catullus for the first time. It is a wonderful introductory reader. N.B. this text is appropriate for an intermediate student of Latin. It is not an English translation nor a book for beginning students.
Xtreem
I have only words of praise for this edition of Catullus, which contains the complete poems in Latin, as well as extensive commentary on all of them (and perceptive commentary, at that). There are also several appendices and an broad historical introduction. Further, I actually appreciate (unlike some reviewers) that Garrison has offered his own 'title' to each poem. It offers the reader a preview to the poems content, and makes it more exciting to translate (and thereby discover why Garrison so titled the poem).
Dawncrusher
Catullus is one of the greatest of the Roman poets, it's why we still have his poems around to translate and work with. The simi-dictionary in the back of the book certainly helps, and as always the commentary could use a little work.
Silverbrew
"The Student's Catullus" is not only a great introduction to Catullus, but it is also just a fun book. Some reviewers have criticized this book as simplistic (i.e. not a critical text, useless for scholarship, etc). This edition was clearly not produced for scholarly purposes (you need not look beyond the title, duh!).

Among other things, Catullus wrote these poems to be enjoyed, and this edition should be used precisely for that. The concise dictionary in the back removes the burden/necessity of toting around a second book; the brief notes on each poem's meter are useful (come on, admit it, you don't know all the polymetrics); the tidbits of information on each poem are wonderful. This book is just pure fun. If you want to enjoy reading Latin and remove yourself from the scholarly confines of crusty, dusty library stacks, then pick up this book, go to your local bar (or coffee shop...you fuddy-duddy), and start reading!
Thundershaper
Complete, in latin, text of the poet Catullus's poems. If only the glossary was just a little bit longer.
Geny
Garrison does a great job with this book. As a beginning Latin poetry student, I found his notes very useful.
a good book