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E. T. Merrill, Commentary on Catullus (ed. E. T. Merrill), Poem 62 (search)
ways in precisely equal strophes, the former the praises of Hesperus and of marriage, the latter the fears and sorrows of surrenHymenaee, etc. The maidens had complained of Hesperus for robbing them of a companion, and in general for usheriand depredation. The youths denied in the lost verses that Hesperus is the harbinger of danger, and in vv. 33-36 support theirsible danger at night is averted by ordinary watchfulness; Hesperus himself acts as thief-taker by ushering in the unexpected maidens, but neutralized as far as it is a charge against Hesperus, by the following clause. idem … mutato ening star at the same season of the year. The identity of Hesperus and Lucifer (cf. Cic. l.c. on v. 1) was known about the ti Varr. RR 3.5.17 stella Lucifer interdiu, noctu Hesperus ; Cir. 350 [ignem] quem pavidae alternis fugitant