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BIBLIOGRAFA

Mchel TORRES GARCA

I. ENCICLOPEDIAS Y COMPANIONS

FREUDENBURG, Kirk (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Roman Satire, Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 2005.*
HARRISON, Stephen (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Horace, Cambridge: Cambridge University
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MARIOTTI, Scevola (dir.), Orazio, Enciclopedia Oraziana, Roma: Istituto della Enciclopedia Italiana, vols.
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MORALEJO, Jos Luis, Horacio, Madrid: Gredos (Biblioteca de Estudios Clsicos), 2012.

II. EDICIONES

BORZSK, Istvn, Horatius, Opera edidit, Leipzig: Teubner, 1984.*


KLINGNER, Friedrich, Horatius, Opera edidit, Leipzig: De Gruyter (Bibliotheca Teubneriana), 2012.*
NAVARRO ANTOLN, Fernando, Quinto Horacio Flaco, Epstolas y Arte Potica, Madrid: Consejo Superior
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SHACKLETON BAILEY, David Roy, Horatius, opera edidit, Stuttgart: De Gruyter (Bibliotheca
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VILLENEUVE, Franois, Horace, Satires, texte tabli et traduit par, Pars: Les Belles Lettres, 1969.*

III. TRADUCCIONES

BUTLER, Harold Edgeworth, The Institutio Oratoria of Quintilian (vol. IV), London-NY: Putnams Sons
(Loeb Classical Library), 1922.
FAIRCLOUGH, Henry Rushton, Horace, Satires, Epistles, Art of Poetry, Cambridge-London: Hardvard
University Press (Loeb Classical Library, 194), 1929.
MORALEJO, Jos Luis, Horacio, Stiras, Epstolas, Arte Potica, Madrid: Gredos (Biblioteca Clsica
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RUDD, Niall, Horace, Odes, Epodes, Cambridge-London: Hardvard University Press (Loeb Classical
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SILVESTRE, Horacio, Horacio, Stiras, Epstolas, Arte Potica, Madrid: Ctedra (Letras Universales),
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IV. ESTUDIOS Y OBRAS DE INTERS

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