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E. T. Merrill, Commentary on Catullus (ed. E. T. Merrill), Poem 38 (search)
aps with his last illness, and, with the exaggerated fancies of a sick man, thinks himself deserted by his friends; cf. Catul. 30.1ff., and Intr. 42 and Intr. 56.—Date, probably 54 B.C. Meter, Phalaecean. male est: of bodily illness; cf. Pl. Amph. 1058 animo male est (of feeling faint); and, on the other hand, Cic. Fam. 16.5.1 cum meliuscule tibi esset (to Tiro, left ill at Patrae). Cornifici: see Intr. 61. laboriose: used of physical suffering; cf. Cic. Phil. 11.4.8 dolores maiores quos laboriosos solemus dicere. magis magis: Cf. the same phrase in Catul. 64.274, and Verg. G. 4.311; but more commonly as in Catul. 68.48. in dies et horas: cf. Bell. Afr. 1.2 omnes in dies horasque pa