Ethics and Rhetoric - Doreen C. Innes

Ethics and Rhetoric

Classical Essays for Donald Russell on his Seventy-Fifth Birthday

Doreen C. Innes (Redaktør) ; Harry Hine (Redaktør) ; Christopher Pelling (Redaktør)

Donald Russell, Emeritus Professor of Classical Literature at Oxford University, has been a leading figure in several fields of classical scholarship over the last few decades. The present volume collects essays written in his honour by scholars who have worked closely with him. Les mer
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Donald Russell, Emeritus Professor of Classical Literature at Oxford University, has been a leading figure in several fields of classical scholarship over the last few decades. The present volume collects essays written in his honour by scholars who have worked closely with him. The essays fall into three sections, corresponding to Donald Russell's main work: Latin literature, Greek Imperial Literature, and Ancient Literary Criticism. They are unified by two of
Russell's own pervasive concerns: Ethics, the concern of classical literature with moral conduct, and Rhetoric, the techniques of effective persuasion.
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Forlag: Clarendon Press
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780198149620
Format: 22 x 14 cm
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«The breadth and benignity of the dedicatee's influence is apparent throughout, and the editors have discharged their task most conscientiously.»

S. Usher, Royal Holloway, London, The Classical Review, Vol. XLVII, No. 1 '97

«An impressive volume and a fitting tribute to a distinguished scholar.»

Religious Studies Review

«Even more of a tribute, however, and evident throughout the volume, is the inspirational influence that he has had on students and colleagues alike ... this is one Festchrift that will not subside into obscurity.»

Bryn Mawr Classical Review