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Poëtae tenero meo sodali

carmen Catulli

"Poëtae tenero, meo sodali" incipit carmen XXXV Gaius Valerius Catullus, qui amicum Caecilium poëtam, litoris Larii lacus Novique Comi incolam ad suam Veronam convitat, puella poëtriaque admiratrice relicta, epyllio de Magna Matre "venuste" inchoato sed nondum perfecto.

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  • Frank O. Copley, "Catullus, 35" in American Journal of Philology vol. 74 (1953) pp. 149-160
  • J. M. Fisher, "Catullus 35" in Classical Philology vol. 66 (1971) pp. 1-5 JSTOR
  • E. A. Fredricksmeyer, "Catullus to Caecilius on Good Poetry (C. 35)" in American Journal of Philology vol. 106 (1985) pp. 213-221
  • Wells S. Hansen, "Caecilius' Response to the Invitation in Catullus 35" in Classical Journal vol. 102 (2007) pp. 213-220 JSTOR
  • R. Heine, "Zu Catull c. 35" in R. Heine, ed., Catull (Darmstadt, 1975. Wege der Forschung, vol. 308) pp. 62-84
  • H. Akbar Khan, "Catullus 35, and the things poetry can do to you" in Hermes vol. 102 (1974) pp. 475-490
  • David Kutzko, "Lesbia in Catullus 35" in Classical Philology vol. 101 (2006) pp. 405-410 Epitome
  • S. Onetti, G. Maurach, "Catullus 35" in Gymnasium vol. 81 (1974) pp. 481-484

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