Classical and Modern Literature 23.2 (Fall 2003). A special issue devoted to Cavafy and classical literature.
The papers from the conference "Greek at a Slight Angle: Cavafy and Classical Poetry" held at the University of Michigan in March 2002.
Contains: Ruth Scodel, Preface (pp. 1-3), and the following contributions: Daniel Mendelsohn, "Cavafy and the Erotics of the Lost" (pp. 5-17); Benjamin Acosta-Hughes, "The Poem Remembers: Conceptualization of Memory in the Poetry of Callimachus and Cavafy" (pp. 19-36); Mary Depew, "The Poetics of the Museum: Aesthetics in Callimachus and Cavafy" (pp. 37-50); Stephanie Winder, "Secrets and Lies: The Circumscribed Voice in Callimachus and Cavafy" (pp. 51-65); Kathryn Gutzwiller, "Visual Aesthetics in Meleager and Cavafy" (pp. 67-87); David Kutzko, "Cavafy and the Discovery of Herodas" (pp. 89-109); Patricia Rosenmeyer, "Locating Love: Erotic Space in Cavafy and the Hellenic Tradition" (pp. 111-127); Ruth Scodel, "'Young Men of Sidon', Aeschylus' Epitaph, and Canons" (pp. 129-141); Ahuvia Kahane, "Death, Martyrdom, and the Problem of Bearing Witness (C.P. Cavafy's Last Act)" (pp. 143-160).