Harvard Studies in Classical Philology: v.99

Harvard Studies in Classical Philology: v.99

Hardback Harvard Studies in Classical Philology

Volume editor Richard F. Thomas, Volume editor Etc., Edited by Charles Segal, Edited by Albert Henrichs, Edited by Carolyn Higbie, Edited by Christopher Jones, Edited by Gregory Nagy

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  • Publisher: HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Format: Hardback | 426 pages
  • Dimensions: 140mm x 217mm x 33mm | 590g
  • Publication date: 1 March 2000
  • Publication City/Country: Cambridge, Mass
  • ISBN 10: 0674379470
  • ISBN 13: 9780674379473
  • Illustrations note: Ill.

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This volume on classical philology includes, among others, the following contributions: Francis Cairns, Virgil Eclogue 1.1-2: A literary Program?; John Hunt, Readings in Apollonius of Tyre; Alexander Jones, Geminus and the Isia; and Peter Knox Lucretius on the Narrow Road.

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Virgil "Eclogue" 1.1-2 - a literary programme?, Francis Cairns; word-order transference between Latin and Greek, Bernard Frischer et al; Pindar "Nemean" 6 - a commentary, Douglas E. Gerber; "Epidaurus, Epirus...Epidamnus?" Vergil "Georgics" 3.44, Michael Hendry; readings in "Appolonius of Tyre", John Hunt; "Geminus and the Isia", Alexander Jones; historicizing the Harvard school - pessimistic readings iof hte "Aeneid" in Italian Renaissance scholarship, Craig Kallendorf; Lucretius on the narrow road, Peter Knox; therapeutic touch and Sophokles' "Philoktetes", Jennifer Clarke Kosak; the prospective imperfect in Herodotus, F.S. Naiden; Mithridates, the banner of Ch'ih-yu, and the comet coin, John Ramsey; I hate all common things - the readers role in Callimachus' "Aetia" preface, Thomas Schmitz; Ovide's meleager and the Greeks - trail of gender and genre, Charles Segal; on Statius' "Thebaid", D.R. Schackleton Bailey; further remarks on the "Andria" of Terence, Benjamin Victor; Alexandrian Sappho revisited, Dimitrios Yatromanolakis. (Part contents).