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Ancient Greek Literature (Polity Cultural History of Literature Series)

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    Tim Whitmarsh(Author)

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This book offers an innovative new introduction to ancient Greek literature. The volume integrates cutting-edge cultural theory with the latest research in classical scholarship, providing a comprehensive, sophisticated and accessible account of literature from Homer to late antiquity.

"The book is indeed cutting edge or on the forefront of Greek literature studies and, as such, it is representative of the classics tripos at Cambridge University ... Ancient Greek Literature is an intelligent and stimulating book for undergraduates and also for scholars, who sometimes need to see again the forest for the trees. TW puts his finger nicely on the issues that matter in reading Greek literature and succeeds well in presenting this huge corpus of material succinctly in around two hundred pages. This is a precise and excellent presentation that will enrich any undergraduate′s course of study in Greek writing." Bryn Mawr Classical Review

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  • PDF | 296 pages
  • Tim Whitmarsh(Author)
  • Polity; 1 edition (15 Aug. 2004)
  • English
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  • By JonnyCee on 24 December 2012

    As an introduction at advanced level to the subject this works fine. It was certainly good enough for one of my lecturers to crib her material from...

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