The production of space in latin literature edited by william fitzgerald and efrossini spentzou introduces the spatial turn in the humanities as it impacts on latin literature illuminating the roman engagement with space through its literary manifestations. The result is a pleasant investigation of the politics of space in latin literature evenly balanced between poetry and prose from mostly the first centuries bc and ad with augustine being an outlier. The production of space in latin literature william fitzgerald efrossini spentzou recent decades have seen a marked shift in approaches to cultural analysis with the advent of the spatial turn in the humanities and social sciences. This volume applies the insights and approaches of this paradigm to roman engagement with space exploring its representation and manipulation in latin literature the terrain covered by the contributions is broad both temporally and in terms of genre and together they offer a detailed exploration of roman engagement with space the . Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study the specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher classroom teacher institution or organization should be applied
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