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Edited by C.J. Mackie
This volume is concerned with the way that the spoken word and the written word co-exist and interact in antiquity. Papers deal with different genres from antiquity, from the period of early Greek antiquity through to the Roman world.
Dirk M. Schenkeveld
Michael von Albrecht
Cicero was speaking like everybody, but better than anybody. Far from confining himself to the so-called 'periodic style', Cicero was a master of a thousand shades. This synopsis, followed by examples, shows in detail, why a study of Cicero's style might be rewarding even today.
This book is a study of Euripides’ Ion, produced in 412 BC at a period of political crisis in Athens. Through careful analysis of its political, psychological, religious and poetic aspects and use of modern critical theory and recent scholarship on Athenian ethnicity, the Ion emerges as a ...
Edited by Stelios Panayotakis, Maaike Zimmerman and Wytse Keulen
This collection of wide-ranging essays offers a fascinating overview of current scholarly approaches to the ancient novel and related texts. These are discussed in their literary, cultural and social context, and as sources of inspiration for Byzantine and modern fiction.
Edited by Ann N. Michelini
This collection presents stimulating and diverse essays by scholars from several different fields; the contributors have made important contributions to the study of literary aspects of the Platonic dialogues and include Michael Erler, David Gallop, Francisco Gonzalez, Charles Kahn, Andrea ...
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