Perhaps it's worth pointing out that Odes 1.22 (like Catullus 51) is written in Sapphic meter
On Wednesday, May 18th at 3:00pm EDT, Reading Greek Tragedy returns with Euripides's Ion.
Fascinated by the richness of Greek mythology, especially in connection to the ancient world of theater, Lucrezia found many relatable…
How do writers present a coherent story without oversimplifying? What are the boundaries between writing history and fiction?