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E. T. Merrill, Commentary on Catullus (ed. E. T. Merrill), Poem 68a (search)
tion of the preceding phrase; for love-poems with Catullus were closely connected with love-experiences. dulcem amaritiem: cf. Sappho Frag. 40 gluku/pikron a)ma/xanon o)/rpeton (of love); Theog. 1353 pikro\s kai\ gluku/s e)sti … e)/rws ; Pl. Ps. 63 dulce amarumque una nunc misces mihi ; Goethe Egmont 3.2. freudvoll und leidvoll die Seele die liebt; Ellis quotes Romaunt of the Rose, p. 86 Bell For ever of love the siknesse Is meinde with swete and bitternesse. 19-28. Cf. Catul. 65.1ff; Catul. 68.92 ff.; Catul. 101.6. tecum: etc. not so much, perhaps, that the bachelor Catullus looked to his brother's prospective children to keep alive the family name, as that brotherly love led him to ascrihe to his brother a