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From the Publisher"The argument is lucid and profitable. Any student of the Classics could learn a lot by following the author's concise examination of many of the major interpretative problems in Roman epic poetry."
James J. O'Hara, New England Classical Journal
"O'Hara's study is aimed at any reader, expert or not, interested in using literary theory to shed new light on contemporary issues in Roman epic." BMCR
"The book is written in a clear language which abstains from an artificially complicated vocabulary and convoluted sentences. O'Hara convincingly suggests many reasons why Roman poets chose discrepancies."
Journal of the Classical Association of Canada, Sabine Grebe, University of Guelph