Harvard Studies in Classical Philology: v.99

Harvard Studies in Classical Philology: v.99

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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.show more

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  • Hardback | 426 pages
  • 139.7 x 217.4 x 33mm | 589.68g
  • HARVARD UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Cambridge, Mass, United States
  • English
  • Ill.
  • 0674379470
  • 9780674379473

Table of contents

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).show more