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Preliterate Period (Greek Literature, Volume 1)

Preliterate Period (Greek Literature, Volume 1)

Gregory Nagy
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Edited with an introduction by an internationally recognized scholar, this nine-volume set represents the most exhaustive collection of essential critical writings in the field, from studies of the classic works to the history of their reception. Bringing together the articles that have shaped modern classical studies, the set covers Greek literature in all its genres--including history, poetry, prose, oratory, and philosophy--from the 6th century BC through the Byzantine era. Since the study of Greek literature encompasses the roots of all major modern humanities disciplines, the collection also includes seminal articles exploring the Greek influence on their development. Each volume concludes with a list of recommendations for further reading. This collection is an important resource for students and scholars of comparative literature, English, history, philosophy, theater, and rhetoric as well as the classics.
This volume is available on its own or as part of the nine- volume set, "Greek Literature." For a complete list of the volume titles in this set, see the listing for "Greek Literature" ISBN 0-8153-3681-0].
Pages
350
Format
Library Binding
Publisher
Taylor and Francis
Release
December 21, 2001
ISBN
0815336829
ISBN 13
9780815336822

Preliterate Period (Greek Literature, Volume 1)

Gregory Nagy
5/5 (1 ratings)
Edited with an introduction by an internationally recognized scholar, this nine-volume set represents the most exhaustive collection of essential critical writings in the field, from studies of the classic works to the history of their reception. Bringing together the articles that have shaped modern classical studies, the set covers Greek literature in all its genres--including history, poetry, prose, oratory, and philosophy--from the 6th century BC through the Byzantine era. Since the study of Greek literature encompasses the roots of all major modern humanities disciplines, the collection also includes seminal articles exploring the Greek influence on their development. Each volume concludes with a list of recommendations for further reading. This collection is an important resource for students and scholars of comparative literature, English, history, philosophy, theater, and rhetoric as well as the classics.
This volume is available on its own or as part of the nine- volume set, "Greek Literature." For a complete list of the volume titles in this set, see the listing for "Greek Literature" ISBN 0-8153-3681-0].
Pages
350
Format
Library Binding
Publisher
Taylor and Francis
Release
December 21, 2001
ISBN
0815336829
ISBN 13
9780815336822

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