Daisy Dunn

Daisy Dunn is the author of Catullus’ Bedspread: The Life of Rome’s Most Erotic Poet, published by Harper (in paperback on July 24) and The Poems of Catullus: A New Translation. She read Classics at Oxford before completing a master’s in Renaissance Italian Art at the Courtauld Institute and PhD in Classics and Art History at University College London. She is the editor of ARGO: A Hellenic Review, which is published by the Hellenic Society. Her website is www.daisydunn.co.uk.


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When a Love Poet Writes an Epic: Catullus’s “Poem 64”
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