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Estudos Clássicos em Debate
Calpurnius and Nemesianus are two bucolic poets at once similar and different. Over both there lingers a halo of mystery. In this paper we intend to show that Calpurnius's poetry is characterized by normality, since it deals with common themes in a relatively conventional way, whereas Nemesianus's poetry is defined by singularity, since it deals with common themes in a relatively singular way. INTRODUÇÃO São dois poetas iguais e diferentes. Sobre eles paira uma aura de mistério. Não sabemos comfatcat:4z5qoog2eje2bmkjpwhuem32xu