Peter Green: Catullus and His Time

Authors

  • Peter Green
  • Ana Anžlovar translator
  • Nena Bobovnik translator
  • Jošt Yoshinaka Gerl translator
  • Domen Iljaš translator
  • David Movrin University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Slovenia translator
  • Meta Skubic translator
  • Kajetan Škraban translator

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/clotho.5.1.319-361

Keywords:

Catullus, Latin literature, Neoterics, Roman poetry, translation

Abstract

O Katulu vemo zelo malo zanesljivega in celo večino tega je treba razbrati iz njegovega lastnega literarnega dela. To je vedno tvegan pristop, ki mu kritika danes večinoma nasprotuje (četudi je kritika vedno spremenljiva in znaki teh sprememb so že v zraku). Toda po drugi strani vemo kar precej o zadnjem stoletju rimske republike, o času torej, v katerem je Katul preživel svoje kratko, a intenzivno življenje, in o številnih javnih osebnostih, tako iz sveta književnosti kot politike, ki jih je štel med svoje prijatelje ali sovražnike. Tako kot Byron, ki je bil Katulu v nekaterih pogledih podoben, se je gibal v krogih visoke družbe, imel je radikalna stališča, ne da bi se aktivno politično udejstvoval, ter je pisal poezijo, ki daje vtis, da je nastala kot odziv na družbeno dogajanje, literarne tokove ali zasebne škandale takratne aristokracije.

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