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- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 44.95
Professor Dihle sees the Greek and Latin literature between the 1st century B.C. and the 6th century A.D. as an organic progression. He builds on Schlegel's observation that art, customs and political life in classical antiquity are inextricably entwined and therefore should not be examined separately. Dihle does not simply consider narrowly defined... more...
- De Gruyter 2013; US$ 154.00
Despite the recent and intensified scholarly interest in the field of myth and ritual, inquiry into major shifts in mythical and ritual poetics is still in a preliminary stage. The essays in this collection advance our understanding considerably as they probe the intersections of myth and ritual with the plot of the novels. The volume provides a substantial... more...
- Bene Factum Publishing 2013; US$ 21.86
In this follow-up to his acclaimed A Spur Called Courage, military historian Alan Ogden repeats the formula of picking exceptional WW2 Special Operations Executive [SOE] heroes - this time nineteen who operated behind enemy lines in Greece. ]]> more...
- Universitätsverlag Winter 2013; US$ 51.83
Hauptbeschreibung Erzählen ist ein menschliches Grundbedürfnis. Zu allen Zeiten haben Menschen erzählt. Aber nicht zu allen Zeiten haben sie auf dieselbe Weise erzählt. Dabei variieren Motive, Stoffe und Themen ebenso wie die Art und Weise, das Erzählte zu arrangieren und seine Einzelbestandteile so miteinander zu verknüpfen, dass sie den Eindruck... more...
- Wiley 2004; US$ 9.99
This sweeping survey of ancient Greek culture covers the greatest works of Greek poets, dramatists, philosophers, writers, and historians. These writings are the foundation of the way we think and act and are important to the student of the human condition. more...
- Oxford University Press, UK 2007; US$ 59.99
A collection of fourteen essays by influential scholars on the `Attic Orators', the ten or so speechwriters who developed rhetoric in democratic Athens from c.420 to c.320 BC. All Greek quotations have been translated. - ;The `Attic Orators' have left us a hundred speeches for lawsuits, a body of work that reveals an important connection between... more...
- OUP Oxford 2008; US$ 198.99
This is a collection of papers from an international group of scholars who engage with the seminal work of Oliver Taplin, one of the world's leading classicists. The focus is on the performative aspect of Greek poetry of the archaic and classical period as well as on material artefacts (especially vase paintings) that interact with this kind of... more...
- Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2007; US$ 130.00
This volume makes use of a variety of interdisciplinary approaches in an attempt to provoke discussion on change (Dynamism), literary education (Didacticism), and reception studies (Classicism) in the history of late antique Greek literary culture. With contributions by both established scholars and young innovators in the field of late antique studies,... more...
- Princeton University Press 2009; US$ 39.95
Although Classical Athenian ideology did not permit women to exercise legal, economic, and social autonomy, the tragedies of Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides often represent them as influential social and moral forces in their own right. Scholars have struggled to explain this seeming contradiction. Helene Foley shows how Greek tragedy uses gender... more...