- Publisher: Focus Publishing/R Pullins & Co
- Format: Paperback | 204 pages
- Language: English / Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
- Dimensions: 152mm x 221mm x 13mm | 295g
- Publication date: 1 March 2003
- Publication City/Country: MA
- ISBN 10: 1585100595
- ISBN 13: 9781585100590
- Illustrations note: appendices, glossary, vocabulary
- Sales rank: 1,919,174
This text is in Greek with extensive commentary in English and includes a general introduction, introductions to each of the two texts, appendices, glossary, and vocabulary. The Euthyphro and the Clitophon provide an ideal, exciting introduction to Plato and Greek prose.
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Jacques Bailly (Ph.D. Cornell University) teaches Greek and Latin as well as courses using English translations in the Classics department at the University of Vermont. He has taught there and lived in Burlington since 1997.
I thoroughly enjoyed and appreciate this book, which is clearly the work of a scholar who has integrated many aspects of classics, philosophy and philology into an exceptionally useful, engaging and accessible guide to two dialogues of Plato. Such work is not easy and Bailly has presented us with a very frank and useful introduction that shows his skill as a philosopher, commentator, and classicist. -- G.S. Bowe, Bilkent University Bryn Mawr Classical Review May 2004
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Text in Greek with extensive commentary in English, including a general introduction, and introductions to each of the two texts, appendices, glossary, and vocabulary. The Euthyphro and the Clitophon provide an ideal, exciting introduction to Plato and Greek prose. Even a student fresh out of introductory ancient Greek can expect to finish these works within a semester, because the Greek of the Euthyphro is clear and easy to follow, but not overly simple.