The Poet as Prince: Author and Authority Under Augustus
There has been an increasing awareness in recent scholarship that Augustus's new political regime created space for an unprecedented rivalry between poets and rulers. For the purpose of this chapter, I focus on Virgil and Ovid, and their attempts to edit, destroy, and self-censor their works.
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