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3. Greek Tragedy and its Legacy: Essays presented to D.J. Conacher, Calgary U Press, 1986 co-edited with M.Cropp, S.J. Scully.
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5. Lucan: De Bello Civili, Book 2, Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics, Cambridge 1992
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9. Editor and contributor: Caesar Against Liberty: Perspectives on Caesar's Autocracy, Papers of Langford Latin Seminar, FSU Tallahassee 2003
10. Ovid's Metamorphoses, Oxford Approaches to Classical Literature, NY July 2004
11. The Roman World of Cicero's De Oratore, Oxford U P Oxford UK, August 2004
12. Julia Augusti: The Emperor's Daughter, Routledge 2006
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14. Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome, Associate Editor, 7 volumes, New York, 2009
15. Latin Poets and Italian Gods, University of Toronto Press, 2009
16. Seneca: Select Letters, introduction, translation March 2010
17. Roman Readings: Roman Response to Greek Literature from Plautus to Statius and Quintilian, De Gruyter, Berlin, 2011
18. Cicero’s Pro L. Murena Oratio, introduction, text and commentary, Oxford University Press, New York, for the American Philological Association
19. Roman Literary Culture, new expanded edition, John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. Note from Elaine: Second editions don’t get reviews and current courses in Latin literature stay, as did my first edition, within the limits of the high classical age from Cicero to Apuleius. In this expanded version I have added an illustrated survey of the beginnings of Roman drama, epic and historical writing from 240-50 BCE, and a study of the role played by secular rhetoric and poetry in the Christianizing culture from 200-450 CE, illustrating the varying influence of classical rhetoric on prose writers from Tertullian and Lactantius to Augustine and Macrobius, and of poetry from Ausonius to Claudian and Prudentius.
20. The Performing Prince: pp17-28 in A Companion to the Neronian Age, ed. Emma Buckley and Martin T. Dinter, Wiley Blackwell, Malden. MA
21. Translator, “Seneca: On Tranquility” in Hardship and Happiness, Seneca Dialogues 1-2 and 6-12,OCT, University of Chicago Press, Chicago 2014