Antonine Literature - 
      D. A. Russell

Antonine Literature

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The quality as well as the historical importance of the flourishing bilingual literature of the second century AD is increasingly recognized. This volume contains eight papers offering a wide view of the intellectual and literary world of the Antonines both Greek and Latin. Les mer
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The quality as well as the historical importance of the flourishing bilingual literature of the second century AD is increasingly recognized. This volume contains eight papers offering a wide view of the intellectual and literary world of the Antonines both Greek and Latin.
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Forlag: Clarendon Press
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780198140573
Format: 22 x 15 cm
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«'it would be hard to think of anyone who has contributed more to the study of this literature ... An interesting menu. One is left reflecting once more on the nature and the richness of this neglected literature - though it is less neglected than it once was.' B.P. Reardon, University of California, Irvine, The Classical Review»

«`An interesting menu. One is left reflecting once more on the nature and the richness of this neglected literature'. B.P. Reardon, The Classical Review, vol XLI, no 2, 1991.»

«'In sum this collection is essential reading for students of later Greek and Latin literature.' Simon Swain, All Souls College, Oxford, The Empire»

«'His opening essay explores with great subtlety the shift from a bilingual literary culture to one that is predominantly Greek. The contributors are all accomplished scholars.' G.W. Bowersock, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, Sonderdrucke, Aus Band 64-1992»

Greek and Latin in Antonine literature, D.A.Russell; truth and fiction in Plutarch's "Lives", C.B.R.Pelling; Greek poetry in the Antonine age, E.L.Bowie; some problems of perspective, G.Anderson; Lucian's introductions, H.G.Nesselrath; Plato's "Phaedrus" in the second century, M.B.Trapp; Psyche and her mysterious husband, E.J.Kenney; Aristides and the prose hymn, D.A.Russell.