Menander Rhetor. Dionysius of Halicarnassus, Ars Rhetorica
«“This new Loeb Classical Library volume is for those who fear public speaking more than death, taxes, or public embarrassment…Welcome exemplars of occasional speeches of praise, encouragement, and human connection.”<b><i>—</i></b><b>Paul J. Cain</b><b>, </b><b><i>Lutheran Book Review</i></b>»
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Distinctly Hellenic and richly informed by the prose and poetry of a venerable past, these treatises are addressed to the budding orator contemplating a civic career, one who would speak for his city's interests to the Roman authorities and be an eloquent defender of its Greek culture and heritage. They provide a window into the literary culture, educational values and practices, and social concerns of these Greeks under Roman rule, in both public and private life, and considerably influenced later literature both pagan and Christian.
This edition offers a fresh translation, ample annotation, and texts based on the best critical editions.