[automatically translated] Within the Lucan's Bellum civile, where it stands obsessively figuration of a glorious past consumed by the hardness of the civil strife, with a singular game recursive poet prefigures the images of Caesar and Pompey in those of Marius and Sulla. The clash between the fraternal weapon, which weighs on the act of foundation of the city, seems to repeat itself in stages and characters with an impressive stillness that opens disturbing glimmers on the behavior of political leaders from one generation to the other. Through a systematic survey of the linguistic forms of nomination of Mario and Silla in relation to those used to characterize Caesar and Pompey, emerges the historical continuity and iconographic between protagonists of the late Roman Republic, originally set by a '
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
|Name||Testi e Man. Insegnamento Univ. Del Lat.|