Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||Translated with an introduction by John Sullivan|
|Series||The Penguin classics -- L159|
|Contributions||Sullivan, J. P. ed. and tr|
|LC Classifications||PA6558.E5 S8 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||203|
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The Satyricon is a fragment of what could have been the first Rabelaisian romp pre-Rabelais (although the critics say Menippean satire), but in its extant form consists of a terrific dinner party satire that presaged all those fabulous s UK comedy dramas starring Fay Ripley, a gay lover-swap scene that presaged all the fabulous work in Will & Grace, and some adventures in /5. The text of The Satyricon that has been preserved is partial and fragmentary. The first books of the text are not extant and only excerpts from the . texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency The Satyricon: and the fragments by Petronius Arbiter,Sullivan, J. P. (John Patrick), Publication date Topics Petronius Arbiter, Petronius ArbiterPages: The Satyricon; The ApocolocyntosisPETRONIUS Introduction The Author and Date of the Satyricon The Extent of the Work and the Plot The Literary Qualities of the Satyricon On the Text and Translation Acknowledgments The Satyricon Puteoli Dinner with Trimalshio Eumolpus The Road to Croton Croton The Fragments and the Poems List of Characters /5(K).
The Satyricon, and, The fragments (Penguin classics) by Petronius Arbiter and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at An English translation of both text and notes is included in Firebaugh's translation of the Satyricon. The Latin text of the fragment, very rare in its original edition, is included in the W. K. Kelly translation of the Satyricon. Walter K. Kelly, , Petronius: Satyricon. London: Henry G. Bohn. W. C. Firebaugh, , Petronius: Satyricon. The authorship and data of the Satyricon --The extent of the work and the plot --The literary qualities of the Satyricon. Series Title: Penguin classics, L Thus while it cannot be proved with absolute certainly, it is a solid conclusion that the author of The Satyricon is the same Neronian advisor mentioned by Tacitus. Apuleius' Golden Ass is the only Roman novel to survive completely intact; Petronius' The Satyricon unfortunately comes to us in fragments. It was not especially well-known in the.