Frederick Ahl, Professor of Classics and Comparative Literature at Cornell University, has taught at the Texas Military Institute, UT Austin, the University of Utah, the University of Otago, the Athens Centre, and College Year in Athens. His chief books and monographs are: Lucan: An Introduction; Metaformations: Soundplay and Wordplay in Ovid and other Classical Poets; “Silius Italicus” (with Martha Davis and Arthur Pomeroy); “Statius’ Thebaid: a Reevaluation”; Seneca: Three Tragedies; Sophocles’ Oedipus: Evidence and Self-Conviction; The Odyssey Re-formed (with Hanna Roisman); Virgil, Aeneid; and Two Faces of Oedipus.
Essays in Partial Answers
Making Poets Serve the Established Order : Editing for Content in Sophocles, Virgil, and W. S. Gilbert
Volume 10, Issue 2, January 2011
Literature and the State
Then and Now