This takes on added importance in Book III, where we read of mares fired by sexual passion (avidis . . . subdita flamma medullis, a#39;a torch, set to kindle their craving marrowa#39;, 3.271) standing across the wind on hill tops. To wind and fire Vergilanbsp;...
|Title||:||Ramus, critical studies in Greek and Roman literature|
|Author||:||University of Tasmania. Department of Classical Studies|