List of bibliographies of works on Catullus

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A library bookshelf containing several books on Catullus. Titles include: "Catullus: An Interpretation", "Style and Tradition in Catullus", and "The Lyric Genius of Catullus".
Bibliographies are helpful tools to identify books about Catullus.

survey articles remains useful as this index can be inconvenient to use.[10] Curated bibliographies are still important resources even with the rise of online search tools such as Google Scholar.[11] Various bibliographies and literature reviews
have attempted to systematically cover books, chapters, articles, dissertations, and other research about Catullus and his poetry to help students and scholars find their way through the literature.

online resources can be continually updated unlike those in print.[24] David Konstan, a compiler of Oxford Bibliographies Online's bibliography of Catullus, wrote "in the future, online bibliographies [...] will be the rule".[25]

Various kinds of references have been included alongside self-contained bibliographies and research reports on Catullus. Some bibliographies are on related subjects such as

metabibliographic
discussion of bibliographies and research surveys of Catullus.

Print

Catullus is depicted as a young man with his curly hair falling around his neck and with an incipient beard; he holds a book.
William Blake's frontispiece to a 1795 edition of Catullus's poetry, depicting the poet

1870s–1890s

  • Richter, Richard [in German] (1873). "Jahresbericht über Catull, Tibull, Properz". Jahresbericht über die Fortschritte der classischen Altertumswissenschaft (in German) (published 1876). 2: 1447–1454.[26]
    Survey of ten publications about Catullus, Tibullus, and Propertius, published 1873–1874, mostly about textual criticism.[27]
  • Magnus, Hugo [in German] (1876). "Zur Litteratur des Catullus". Neue Jahrbücher für Philologie und Paedagogik (in German). 113: 402–414.[26]
    Discusses Emil Baehrens's Analecta Catulliana and Rudolf Peiper [de]'s Q. Valerius Catullus: Beiträge zur Kritik seiner Gedichte.[28]
  • Richter, Richard (1876). "Bericht über Catull und die auf Catull, Tibull, Properz gemeinsam bezüglichen Schriften für die Jahre 1874, 1875 und 1876". Jahresbericht über die Fortschritte der classischen Altertumswissenschaft (in German) (published 1878). 6: 300–335.[26]
    Lists 38 publications, discussion accompanies many but not all of them. Mostly about Catullus, including editions, translations, and scholarship on
    meter and structure.[27]
  • Magnus, Hugo (1887). "Bericht über die Litteratur zu Catull und Tibull für die Jahre 1877–1886". Jahresbericht über die Fortschritte der classischen Altertumswissenschaft (in German) (published 1889). 51: 145–372 [145–300].[29]
    Has separate sections for Catullus and Tibullus with 226 entries between them. Each section is divided into subsections.[30]
  • Magnus, Hugo (1898). "Bericht über die Litteratur zu Catull für die Jahre 1887–1896". Jahresbericht über die Fortschritte der classischen Altertumswissenschaft (in German) (published 1899). 97: 190–219.
    ——— (1899). "Bericht über die Litteratur zu Catull für die Jahre 1887–1896". Jahresbericht über die Fortschritte der classischen Altertumswissenschaft (in German) (published 1900). 101: 84–141.[31]
    First part includes more general publications; second includes works on specific parts of Catullan scholarship, for instance textual criticism, meter, or language.[32]
  • Gleditsch, H. (1899). "Jahresbericht über die Erscheinungen auf dem Gebiete der griechischen und römischen Metrik". Jahresbericht über die Fortschritte der classischen Altertumswissenschaft (in German) (published 1900). 102: 1–64 [58–59].[33]
    On Catullus and meter.[34]

1900s–1930s

Title page for Jg. 1920, Bd. 183 of the journal
Many early Catullan surveys appeared in Jahresbericht über die Fortschritte der klassischen Altertumswissenschaft [s:de].

1940s–1950s

Black and white photograph of Menéndez y Palayo writing at a desk
Marcelino Menéndez y Pelayo's Bibliografía hispano–latina clásica was later published as part of the series Edición nacional de las obras completas de Menéndez Pelayo.
  • Herescu, N. I. (1943). "Catullus". Bibliographie de la littérature latine (in French). Paris: Les Belles Lettres. pp. 45–49.[43]
    Has publications up through 1940.[44]
  • Bignone, Ettore (1945). "Bibliografia: C. Valerio Catullo". La prosa romana sino all'età di Cesare, Lucilio, Lucrezio, Catullo. Storia della letteratura latina (in Italian). Vol. 2. Florence: Sansoni. pp. 463–467.[45]
    Appendix to a chapter on Catullus (pp. 343–426) within a series on Roman literature.[46] Bibliography largely focuses on the prior fifty years.[47] Sections: "Edizioni", "Studi", "Su Lesbia", "Sui singoli carmi: a proposito del cc. 61 e 62", "Su altre poesie", "Sulla lingua, sullo stile e sulla metrica", and "Sulla fortuna".
  • JSTOR 24811418.[48]
    Bibliographic paper with 120 footnotes overall.
  • Schuster, Mauriz [in German] (1948). "C. Valerius Catullus". Paulys Realencyclopädie der classischen Altertumswissenschaft (in German). Vol. VII A, 2. Stuttgart: Alfred Druckenmüller. cols. 2353–2410.[51]
    Contains "substantial bibliographical data".[52] Covers literature through c. 1944.[40]
  • Braga, Domenico (1950). "Catullo (1938–1948)". Doxa (in Italian). Tumminelli. 3: 161–190.[53]
    Contains discussion and critique.[52] In five sections: "1. Biografia e cronologia", "2. Edizioni e traduzioni", "3. Commento ai carmi", "4. Lingua e stile", and "5. Tecnica poetica e modelli letterari".[32]
  • Menéndez Pelayo, Marcelino (1950). "Catulo". In Sánchez Reyes, Enrique (ed.). Bibliografía hispano–latina clásica: II (Catulo–Cicerón...). Edición nacional de las obras completas de Menéndez Pelayo (in Spanish). Vol. 45. Madrid: Santander. pp. 7–100.[50]
    Includes a list of Spanish translations of Catullus.[50] Section on Catullus largely the same as original 1902 publication,[a] with some editing and a couple entries Menéndez y Pelayo had subsequently compiled.[54]
  • Büchner, Karl [in German] (1951). "Catull und die römische Elegie". In Büchner, Karl; Hofmann, J. B. [in German] (eds.). Lateinische Literatur und Sprache in der Forschung seit 1937. Wissenschaftliche Forschungsberichte. Geisteswissenschaftliche Reihe (in German). Vol. 6. Berne: Francke. pp. 33–49 [33–41].[55]
    Part of Büchner's larger report reviewing scholarship on Roman literature from 1937–c. 1949,[56] largely focusing on work written in German.[57] This chapter about elegiac poetry has sections on Catullus, Cornelius Gallus, Tibullus, Propertius, and Ovid.[58]
  • Levens, R. G. C. (1954). "Catullus". In Platnauer, Maurice (ed.). Fifty Years of Classical Scholarship. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. pp. 284–305.[59]
    Surveys scholarship from the beginning of the 20th century through c. 1953. Divided into six sections: "Editions"; "Translations"; "Biography"; "Literary History and Criticism"; "Manuscripts and Text"; "Language, Metre and Style".[32] Summarizes conclusions of studies and also gives his own criticisms and evaluations of them.[60] Unrevised, without update, in the second edition;[b][61] a photographic reprint using this pagination appears in Quinn's Approaches to Catullus.[c][62]
  • Ferrero, Leonardo (1955). "Note". Interpretazione di Catullo (in Italian). Torino: Rosenberg & Sellier. pp. 425–454.[63]
    Wendell Clausen's review of this book said, "Perhaps the most valuable [...] part of the book is the detailed bibliography".[64]
  • Granarolo, Jean (1956). "Où en sont nos connaissances sur Catulle?". L'Information littéraire (in French). 8 (2): 56–65.[65]
    Discusses change in research trends from 19th to 20th centuries,[32] such as an increased emphasis of Catullus's personality.[66] Sections include: "Texte", "Le recueil", "Dualité ou unité?", "Caritas, fides et fœdus", "Catulle était-il un mystique?", "Hellénisme ou romanité?", and "Problèmes de facture".[67] Photographically reprinted in Quinn's Approaches to Catullus.[d][62]
  • Schuster, Mauriz; Eisenhut, W. [in German], eds. (1958). Catulli Veronensis Liber (in Latin) (Corr. of 2nd ed.). Leipzig: Teubner.[68]
    Has a bibliography ("Conspectus siglorum et notarum", pp. XV–XVIII) as well as bibliographies accompanying each poem.[40] Bibliographies focus on sources pertaining to interpretation.[52]
  • Horváth István Károly [in Hungarian] (1959). "Korszakok és irányok a Catullus-filológia történetében" [Époques et tendances dans l'histoire des recherches sur Catulle] (PDF). Antik Tanulmányok: Studia Antiqua (in Hungarian). 6: 123–135. Archived (PDF) from the original on 29 October 2022.[26]
  • Puccioni, Giulio (1959). "La poesia di Catullo nella critica recente". Annuario 1949–1959 del Liceo-Ginnasio G. Carducci di Viareggio (in Italian). Pisa: Giardini: 54–77.[69]

1960s

Black and white portrait photograph of Kroll
C. Valerius Catullus, edited by Wilhelm Kroll (pictured), includes a bibliography by J. Kroymann in later editions.
  • Leon, Harry J. (1960). "A Quarter Century of Catullan Scholarship (1934–1959)". The Classical World. 53 (4): 104–113.
    JSTOR 4344392.[70]
    Arranged by topic, with summaries and commentary.[71] Sections include "Bibliographical Materials"; "Editions and Translations"; "Manuscript Studies"; "General Works on Catullus"; "Chronology of the Life and Writings of Catullus"; "The Circle of Catullus"; "Catullus and Earlier Writers: (Greek; Roman)"; "Influence on Later Writers"; "Studies on Meter", "Language and Style"; and "The Individual Poems". A supplement includes works Leon subsequently became aware of.[72]
  • Ooteghem, J. van (1961). "Supplément à la Bibliotheca graeca et latina (1946–1960)". Les Études Classiques (in French). 29 (1): 3–107 [71–73]. Archived (PDF) from the original on 18 November 2022.[73]
    Supplement to Bibliotheca graeca et latina;[e] sources are grouped into critical editions, commentaries, translations, dictionaries and studies, which are subdivided by topic. The third edition[f] is the second edition with this supplement as an appendix.[74]
  • Traglia, Antonio (1961). "Catullo e i poeti nuovi nella critica più recente". Cultura e Scuola (in Italian). 1 (1): 41–47.[75]
    Reviews books and articles on Catullus from the period 1945–1959.[32]
  • "De Romeinse elegie (I)". Lampadion (in Dutch). 2 (4): 58–64. 1962.[73]
    Review of ten publications 1951–1961 on Roman elegy; surveys, books, and recent articles each have their own sections.[76]
  • Nat, P. G. van der (1963). "Catullus (I)". Lampadion (in Dutch). 4 (1): 18–24.
    ——— (1963–1964). "Catullus (I)". Lampadion (in Dutch). 4 (2/3): 47–60.
    ——— (1964). "Catullus (I)". Lampadion (in Dutch). 5 (2): 32–48.[77]
    Concerns the period 1950–1963.[32] Separate sections for "Kronieken", "Edities, commentaren, vertalingen", "Boeken", and "Recente artikelen".[78]
  • Radke, Gerhard [in German] (1964). "Einige Catulliana". Fachbericht. Gymnasium (in German). 71 (5): 442–444.[77]
    Reviews seven works:[79] Léon Herrmann [fr]'s 1957 edition of Catullus, five other editions of Catullus published between 1958 and 1963, and Kenneth Quinn's 1959 book The Catullan Revolution.[32]
  • Kroymann, J. (1968). "Bibliographie zu Catull für die Jahre 1929–1967". In Kroll, Wilhelm (ed.). C. Valerius Catullus (in German) (5th ed.). Stuttgart: B. G. Teubner. pp. 301–318.[80]
    Arranged chronologically within various subject-based categories. Unannotated.[71] Updated version of Kroymann's bibliographies for Kroll's earlier editions of Catullus.[g][81]

1970s

Two pages from Achilles Statius's 1566 edition of Catullus, showing the first 46 lines of Catullus 68 in Latin under the title "Ad mallium"
Wolfgang Hering [de]'s paper reviews research on Catullus 68, two pages of which are seen here in Achilles Statius's 1566 edition of Catullus's poetry.
Heine stands in front of a bookshelf.
Rolf Heine [de] edited a collection of papers about Catullus; his introduction to the book explores various trends in Catullan research.

1980s–1990s

  • Granarolo, Jean (1982). "Bibliographie". Catulle, ce vivant. Collection d'études anciennes (in French). Paris: Les Belles Lettres. pp. 235–253.
A contemporary book review noted its "very full and useful classified bibliography".[111]

2000s–2010s

Painting of a young woman playing with a pet sparrow
Juan J. Valverde Abril's bibliography focuses on Lesbia, depicted here as the puella in Catullus 2, and her likely real-world correspondent, Clodia.

Online

Bust of a woman; she has long braided hair
The online resource Diotíma is named after Diotima of Mantinea.[150]

Footnotes

Other editions

  1. ^ Menéndez y Pelayo, Marcelino (1902). "Catulo". Bibliografía hispano-latina clásica (in Spanish). Vol. 1. Madrid: Tello. pp. 322–387.
  2. ^ Levens, R. G. C. (1968). "Catullus". In Platnauer, Maurice (ed.). Fifty Years (and Twelve) of Classical Scholarship. Oxford: Basil Blackwell. pp. 357–378.
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  5. ^ Ooteghem, J. van (1946). "Catulle". Bibliotheca graeca et latina: À l'usage des professeurs des humanités gréco-latines (in French) (2nd ed.). Namur: Éditions de la revue "Les Études Classiques". pp. 257–260.
    First edition published across several volumes of Les Études Classiques. On Catullus:
    • Ooteghem, J. van (1936). "Bibliotheca Latina". Les Études Classiques (in French). 5 (2): 227–378 [238–240]. Archived (PDF) from the original on 10 January 2023.
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  7. ^ Kroymann, J. (1959). "Bibliographie zu Catull für die Jahre 1929–1957". In Kroll, Wilhelm (ed.). C. Valerius Catullus (in German) (3rd ed.). Stuttgart: B. G. Teubner. pp. 301–311.
    Kroymann, J. (1960). "Addenda und Bibliographie für die Jahre 1957–1960". In Kroll, Wilhelm (ed.). C. Valerius Catullus (in German) (4th ed.). Stuttgart: B. G. Teubner. pp. 311–314.
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  38. JSTOR 41522108
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  46. JSTOR 266927
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  • ^ Troike (1990), p. 149.
  • ^ a b c Holoka (1985), p. 299.
  • ^ Leon (1960), p. 104; Granarolo (1964), p. 178; Granarolo (1971), p. 187; Holoka (1985), pp. 6, 300; Eisenhut (2000), p. 244.
  • ^ a b c Leon (1960), p. 104.
  • ^ Leon (1960), p. 104; Nat (1963), p. 18; Arkins (1982), p. 215; Granarolo (1982), p. 235; Holoka (1985), p. 299; Kroymann (1989), p. 302; Whitaker (1997b), p. 163; Eisenhut (2000), p. 244.
  • JSTOR 40297382
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  • ^ Harrauer (1979), p. 1; Granarolo (1982), p. 235; Holoka (1985), pp. 279, 300; Kroymann (1989), p. 302; Eisenhut (2000), p. 244.
  • JSTOR 40093046
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  • ^ Quinn (1959), p. [vii]; Leon (1960), p. 104; Granarolo (1964), p. 178; Nat (1963), p. 18; Harrauer (1979), p. 1; Arkins (1982), p. 215; Granarolo (1982), p. 235; Holoka (1985), p. 299; Kroymann (1989), p. 302; Whitaker (1997b), p. 163; Eisenhut (2000), p. 244; Fo (2018), p. 1226.
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  • ^ a b Brannan (1972), pp. 323–324.
  • ^ Granarolo (1956), p. 56; Quinn (1959), p. [vii].
  • JSTOR 265796
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  • ^ Quinn (1959), p. [vii]; Nat (1963), p. 18; Granarolo (1971), p. 187; Thomson (1971), p. 123; Harrauer (1979), p. 1; Arkins (1982), p. 215; Whitaker (1997b), p. 163; Traina (2001), p. 45; Ramous (2009), p. xxxix.
  • ^ Brannan (1972), p. 324.
  • ^ Boucher (1984), p. 179.
  • ^ Leon (1960), p. 104; Eisenhut (2000), p. 244.
  • ^ Nat (1963), p. 18; Harrauer (1979), p. 1; Granarolo (1982), p. 235; Holoka (1985), p. 299; Kroymann (1989), p. 302; Ramous (2009), p. xxxix.
  • ^ Granarolo (1964), p. 178; Nat (1963), p. 18; Quinn (1973), p. xi; Granarolo (1976), p. 189; Harrauer (1979), p. 1; Arkins (1982), p. 215; Granarolo (1982), p. 235; Small (1983), p. 182; Holoka (1985), p. 299; Kroymann (1989), p. 302; Ruiz Sánchez (1996), p. 20 n. 12; Whitaker (1997b), p. 163; Schmale (2004), p. 17 n. 1; Gaisser (2007), p. 2 n. 1; Ramous (2009), p. xxxix; Fo (2018), p. 1226; Konstan & Skinner (2019).
  • ^ a b c d Dee (1980), p. 277.
  • ^ Donlan (1978), p. x.
  • ^ a b Nat (1963), p. 18.
  • ^ Whitaker (1997a), pp. 28–29; Jenkins (2006), pp. 9–10.
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  • ^ Whitaker (1997a), p. 143.
  • ^ a b Smolenaars (1971), p. 127; Harrauer (1979), p. 2; Holoka (1985), p. 300; Kroymann (1989), p. 302.
  • JSTOR 24591161
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  • ^ Holoka (1985), p. 300.
  • ^ Granarolo (1971), p. 187; Smolenaars (1971), pp. 127–128; Harrauer (1979), pp. vi, 1; Arkins (1982), p. 215; Granarolo (1982), p. 235; Small (1983), p. 182; Albrecht (2012), p. 302; Fo (2018), p. 1226.
  • ^ Nat (1963), pp. 18, 22; Thomson (1971), p. 116; Harrauer (1979), p. 1.
  • ^ Harrauer (1979), pp. 1, 119; Arkins (1982), p. 215; Granarolo (1982), p. 235; Traina (2001), p. 45; Ramous (2009), p. xxxix; Fo (2018), p. 1226.
  • ^ Quinn (1973), p. xi; Harrauer (1979), p. 2; Arkins (1982), p. 215; Granarolo (1982), p. 235; Small (1983), p. 182; Holoka (1985), p. 300; Ruiz Sánchez (1996), p. 20 n. 12; Whitaker (1997b), p. 163; Traina (2001), p. 45; Schmale (2004), p. 17 n. 1; Gaisser (2007), p. 2 n. 1; Ramous (2009), p. xxxix; Albrecht (2012), p. 302.
  • ^ Donlan (1978), p. xi.
  • ^ Harrauer (1979), p. 2; Holoka (1985), p. 300.
  • ^ Fo (2018), p. 1226.
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  • ^ Harrauer (1979), pp. 1, 132.
  • JSTOR 711748
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  • ^ Hellegouarc'h, Joseph (1974). "Julia W. Loomis, Studies in Catullan verse". Bibliographie. Revue des Études Anciennes (in French). 76 (1–2): 164–165. [U]ne documentation bibliographique particulièrement riches.
  • ^ Harrauer (1979), pp. 1, 38.
  • ^ Granarolo (1976), p. 189.
  • JSTOR 41531099
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  • Pasoli, Elio (1977). "Catulli Veronensis Carmina iterum edidit H. Bardon". Recensioni e schede bibliografiche. Bollettino di Studi Latini (in Italian). 7 (3): 363–364.