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  1. Author: D'Agostino, V.
    Title: *Cicero, Marcus Tullius, Il secondo libro delle Tusculane
    Review/Collection: Classici greci e latini
    Place edition: Torino
    Editor: Società editrice internazionale
    Year edition: 1955
    Pages: XXXI, 177
    Review: van den Bruwaene, "Latomus", XVI, 1957, 353 - Campos, "Helmantica", VIII, 1957, 488
    Description: Con introduzione e commento di Vittorio D'Agostino. Torino: 1952 (= Scrittori latini commentati per le scuole. N.S.), XXXI, 177 S.
    Works: Tusculanae disputationes 
    Author initials: D'Agostino 1955
  2. Author: D'Agostino, Vittorio
    Title: *Cicero, Marcus Tullius, Cato Maior de senectute
    Review/Collection: Scrittori latini commentati per le scuole
    Place edition: Torino
    Editor: Società Editrice Internazionale
    Year edition: 1958
    Pages: 1958
    Description: Introduzione e commento di Vittorio D'Agostino
    Works: Cato Maior de senectute 
    Author initials: D'Agostino 1958
  3. Author: D'Agostino, Vittorio
    Title: *Cicero, Marcus Tullius, Laelius de amicitia
    Place edition: Torino
    Editor: Società Editrice Internazionale
    Year edition: 1969
    Pages: 1969
    Description: 3a ed. rived. con presentazione e commento Vittorio D'Agostino
    Works: Laelius de amicitia 
    Author initials: D'Agostino 1969
  4. Author: D'Anna, Giovanni
    Title: Il problema delle origini delle poesia latina nel Brutus di Cicerone
    Review/Collection: "Ciceroniana", 5
    Year edition: 1984
    Pages: 81-90
    Works: Brutus 
    Author initials: D'Anna 1984
  5. Author: D'Anna, Giovanni
    Title: La cronologia dei poeti latini arcaici in Cicerone
    Review/Collection: in: Per Enrica Malcovati : atti del convegno di studi nel centenario della nascita : (Pavia 21-22 ottobre 1994), 246; Biblioteca di Athenaeum ; 31
    Place edition: Como
    Editor: New Pr.
    Year edition: 1996
    Pages: 91-104
    Review: Tordeur, "Latomus", 1998, 57, (3), 760
    Author initials: D'Anna 1996
  6. Author: D'Anna, Giovanni
    Title: Le antiche controversie sulle origini della poesia latina
    Review/Collection: "Rendiconti della Classe di Scienze morali, storiche e filologiche dell'Accademia dei Lincei", S9a, 16, (4)
    Year edition: 2005
    Pages: 584-602
    Author initials: D'Anna 2005
  7. Author: D'Anna, Giovanni
    Title: Una precisazione sulla poetica ciceroniana
    Review/Collection: "Paideia", 55
    Year edition: 2000
    Pages: 171-185
    Author initials: D'Anna 2000
  8. Author: Dahlström, Anders
    Title: Metaforer i Ciceros Pro Caelio
    Place edition: Lunds
    Editor: Lunds universitet, Department of Classics and Semitics
    Year edition: 2008
    Description: [Abstract] Swedish. Syftet med denna uppsats är att utifrån Lakoffs och Johnsons metaforteorier i Metaphors We Live by (1980/2003) undersöka vilka typer av metaforer Cicero använder sig av i Pro Caelio.
    Works: Pro Caelio 
    Link: http://theses.lub.lu.se/archive/2008/06/14/1213468781-27767-
    Author initials: Dahlström 2008
  9. Author: Dalsasso, Paola
    Title: Cicerone e il teatro. Rassegna bibliografica
    Place edition: Tulliana.eu
    Editor: SIAC
    Year edition: 2010
    Pages: 31
    Review: [comment] [ErMala] Rassegna bibliografica ragionata, divisa in due sezioni: I. Rassegna per argomenti (1. Cicerone spettatore e critico teatrale; 2. Dimensione teatrale della performance oratoria in Cicerone; 3. Il teatro nella retorica ciceroniana; 4. Citazioni teatrali in Cicerone: studi di ordine generale; 5. Citazioni teatrali in Cicerone: studi su singole opere - orazioni escluse; 6. Citazioni teatrali in Cicerone: studi sui versi citati; 7. Il rinvio al teatro nelle orazioni ciceroniane); II. Elenco alfabetico dei testi citati
    Works: Epistulae ad AtticumPro CaelioPro Roscio comoedoTusculanae disputationes 
    Link: http://www.tulliana.eu/documenti/Dalsasso_Teatro.pdf
    Author initials: Dalsasso 2010
  10. Author: Damon, C.
    Title: The Mask of the Parasite
    Place edition: Ann Arbor
    Editor: University of Michigan Press
    Year edition: 1998
    Pages: 320
    Review: Elizabeth Tylawsky, BMCR 1999.04.22
    Description: [Abstract] : When Romans applied the term "parasite" to contemporaries in dependent circumstances, or clientes, they were evoking one of the stock characters of ancient Greek comedy. In the Roman world the parasite was moved out of his native genre into the literatures of invective and social criticism, where his Greek origins made him a uniquely useful transmitter of Roman perceptions. Whenever the figure of the parasite is used to mask a person in Roman society, we know that an effort of interpretation is underway. The fit between the mask and its wearer is in the eyes of the beholder, and in Rome the mask seemed to fit people in many different situations: entrepreneurs, tax-farmers, lawyers, female companions, philosophers, and poets. Cynthia Damon maintains that the parasite of Latin literature is a negative reflection of the cliens. In Part One she assembles a composite picture of the comic parasite using as evidence fragments of Greek comedy, works from Greek writers of the imperial period whose works reflect the comic tradition, and the ten complete plays of Roman comedy in which a parasite appears. In parts two and three she examines the ways in which Cicero and the satirists use the figure of the parasite: Cicero in belittling his opponents in court, Horace and Martial in creating a negative foil for the poeta cliens, Juvenal in painting contemporary patron/client relationships as morally and spiritually bankrupt.
    (For pro Quinctio, v. pp. 195-206, for In Verrem, 206-222).
    About Pro Quinctio, Vasaly 2002 : "pp. 195-206, a perceptive discussion of the traits assigned to Naevius and the tacit connection of these traits to those of the literary parasite, especially as found in Lucilius".
    Works: In Verrem IIn Verrem IIPro Quinctio 
    Link: http://books.google.com/books?id=mEJ-aA_XQQQC&printsec=frontcover&hl=fr&source=gbs_v2_summary_r&cad=
    0#v=onepage&q=&f=false

    Author initials: Damon 1998
  11. Author: Danesi Marioni, Giulia
    Title: I profumi di Cicerone. Plauto, Mostellaria, 157 ss., Epistulae ad Atticum 2, 1 e la genesi di un'immagine.
    Review/Collection: "Bollettino di Studi Latini", 35, 1
    Place edition: Napoli
    Editor: Loffredo Editore
    Year edition: 2005
    Pages: 13-32
    Description: [TULLIANA ScrV] [Abstract] Cicerone in epist. ad Att. 2, 1, 1, per indicare lo stile elaborato del suo commentarius Greco, ricorre alla metafora del trucco e del profumo. L’immagine appare suggerita da un passo della Mostellaria di Plauto, come dimostrano precise consonanze verbali; la metafora è usata in seguito, con una certa frequenza, da Cicerone, che anche nel Brutus assimila la semplicità stilistica dei Commentarii di Cesare ad una donna priva di trucco. [Abstract] Cicero in epist. ad Att. 2, 1, 1, to show the rich style of his greek commentarius, resorts to the metaphor of make-up and perfume. This image seems to be suggested by a passage from Plautus’ Mostellaria, as demonstrated by exact verbal consonances. Cicero also used that metaphor in his subsequent works, in particular in Brutus he compares Cesar’s Commentarii’s stylistic simplicity to a woman without make-up.
    Link: http://www.bollettinodistudilatini.it
    Author initials: Danesi Marioni 2005
  12. Author: Darab, Agnes
    Title: Cicero bei Plinius dem Älteren
    Review/Collection: "Acta classica Universitatis Scientiarum Debreceniensis", 31
    Year edition: 1995
    Pages: 33-41
    Description:
    Author initials: Darab 1995
  13. Author: Davidson, Ivor J.
    Title: A Tale Of Two Approaches: Ambrose, De Officiis 1.1?22 And Cicero, De Officiis 1.1?6
    Review/Collection: "Journal of theological studies", 52
    Year edition: 2001
    Pages: 61 - 83
    Description: Abstract] Scholarly evaluation of Ambrose's De officiis, preoccupied with tracing the work's philosophical relationship to Cicero's Stoicism, has too often neglected the question of the text's social location and its intended readership. By way of some soundings in the fields of social history and gender studies, a new reading of De officiis may be offered, which sees the text as a set of stage-directions for the leading players in an ecclesial drama which Ambrose is seeking to enact in the theatrical imperium of the late fourth-century West. By simultaneously evoking and subverting core assumptions of the classical characterization of a male Roman élite, Ambrose seeks to impress a watching world, and especially a discerning class of cultural sophisticates, with the spectacle of his church's hierarchy as a new and superior officialdom, whose moral virtues surpass the attainments of their antecedents or competitors in the saeculum. Cicero's paradigm is to be superseded by the superiority of the officia pursued by the leaders of a socially triumphant catholic faith.
    Link: http://ecole.evansville.edu/articles/officiis.html
    Author initials: Davidson 2001
  14. Author: Davidson, Ivor J.
    Title: Ambrose: De Officiis
    Review/Collection: Oxford Scholarship Online Monographs
    Year edition: 2002
    Pages: i-982
    Description: [Abstract] De officiis, by Ambrose of Milan (c. 339-397), is one of the most important texts of Latin Patristic literature, and a major work of early Christian ethics. Modelled on the De officiis of Cicero, it synthesizes Stoic assumptions on virtue and expediency with biblical patterns of humility, charity, and self-denial to present Ambrose's vision of conduct appropriate for representatives of the church of Milan in the late 380s. Ambrose aspires to demonstrate that Christian values not only match but also exceed the moral standards advocated by Cicero. His purpose is not to build bridges between Cicero and Christ, but to replace Cicero's work with a new Christian account of duties, designed to show the social triumph of the gospel in the world of the Roman Empire. This edition consists of Ambrose's Latin text and a new English translation, the first since the nineteenth century. The Introduction considers in detail such matters as the composition of the work, its intended purpose, and its combination of biblical teaching and Ciceronian Stoicism. The Commentary (Volume 2 of the set) concentrates on the structure of the work, its copious citations of Scripture and Cicero, and its historical and social context.
    Author initials: Davidson 2002
  15. Author: Davidson, Ivor J.
    Title: Staging the Church? Theology as Theater
    Review/Collection: Journal of Early Christian Studies 8.3
    Year edition: 2000
    Pages: 413-451
    Description: [Abstract] Scholarly evaluation of Ambrose's De officiis, preoccupied with tracing the work's philosophical relationship to Cicero's Stoicism, has too often neglected the question of the text's social location and its intended readership. By way of some soundings in the fields of social history and gender studies, a new reading of De officiis may be offered, which sees the text as a set of stage-directions for the leading players in an ecclesial drama which Ambrose is seeking to enact in the theatrical imperium of the late fourth-century West. By simultaneously evoking and subverting core assumptions of the classical characterization of a male Roman élite, Ambrose seeks to impress a watching world, and especially a discerning class of cultural sophisticates, with the spectacle of his church's hierarchy as a new and superior officialdom, whose moral virtues surpass the attainments of their antecedents or competitors in the saeculum. Cicero's paradigm is to be superseded by the superiority of the officia pursued by the leaders of a socially triumphant catholic faith.
    Works: De officiis 
    Author initials: Davidson, Ivor J.
  16. Author: Davie, John, [Trans.]
    Title: Cicero, On life and death
    Place edition: Oxford & New York
    Editor: Oxford University Press
    Year edition: 2017
    Description: Edited with an introduction and notes by Miriam T. Griffin
    Works: Cato Maior de senectuteLaelius de amicitiaTusculanae disputationes 
    Author initials: Davie 2017
  17. Author: Davies J. C.
    Title: Some observations on the early development of Cicero's plain style
    Review/Collection: "Latomus" XXIX
    Year edition: 1970
    Pages: 729-736
    Description: Analyse comparée du Pro Quinctio et du Pro Caecina qui montre que le dernier discours est plus vigoureux et plus de souple à la fois, grâce à son style périodique plus complexe mais parfaitement maîtrisé. PhR
    Works: Pro CaecinaPro Quinctio 
    Author initials: Davies 1970
  18. Author: Davies, J. C.
    Title: Cicero, pro Quinctio 77
    Review/Collection: "Latomus", XXVIII
    Year edition: 1969
    Pages: 156-157
    Description: Conteste que, dans ce passage, Cicéron soit ironique à l'égard d'Hortensius, contrairement à l'affirmation de Canter 1936, 461. Un débat repris dans Kinsey T.E. 1970, 737-738. PhR
    Works: Pro Quinctio 
    Author initials: Davies 1969
  19. Author: de Brito Sobrinha, Katerine Iraci & Vilela Pinto, Lucia Ricotta
    Title: Historia magistra vitae: os letrados do império e a história nacional
    Review/Collection: "Revista de Letras Norte@mentos", 9, 17
    Year edition: 2016
    Description: [Abstract dal sito della rivista] O objetivo deste trabalho é discutir as relações que se estabeleceram entre a escrita da história nacional e a escrita biográfica no Brasil do século XIX. Ao buscar rastrear as possíveis referências dos letrados oitocentistas redefine-se, aqui, o problema da apropriação que estes homens de letras fizeram da tradição, uma vez que nomes como Cícero e Plutarco apareciam como parâmetro da produção letrada quando da constituição de um saber histórico sobre a pátria. Mira-se, portanto, neste trabalho, a possibilidade de articular os dois elementos – história e biografia –, que, juntos, conformam-se às demandas dos letrados oitocentistas na escrita da história nacional.
    Author initials: de Brito Sobrinha 2016
  20. Author: De Caro, Antonio
    Title: " Ut Ulixes " (fam. 1, 10) : la ricezione dell'" Odissea " nelle lettere di Cicerone
    Review/Collection: "Paideia", 61
    Year edition: 2006
    Pages: 126-152
    Author initials: De Caro 2006
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