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Ennius and the Origins of Roman Satire Ramage
Lucilius the Discoverer of the Genre Ramage
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Albucius Apocolocyntosis appear Apuleius attack banquet becomes begins Book burlesque Calvinus Catullus century characters Classical Claudius comedy comic contemporary Cornutus criticism dactylic hexameters described dialogue diatribe discussion Domitian Duff earlier satire elements emperor Encolpius Ennius epic Epicurean epigram Eumolpus example fact fifth satire Finally fourth satire fragments genre greed Greek Horace Horace's humor important impression influence insists invective irony Juvenal Juvenal's kind language later lines literary lived Lucilian satire Lucilius Maecenas Martial Menippean satire Menippus mentioned meters mock-epic moral Naevius Naevolus narrative Pacuvius parody passage perhaps Persius Petronius philosophical Plautus play poem poet poet's poetic poetry present problem prose purpose Quintilian reader rhetorical Roman satire Rome rustic satirist satura Satyricon scene second satire seems Seneca serious society Stoic style subject matter suggest theme things third satire tion tradition Trimalchio variety Varro verse satire vice words writing wrote