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140 pages : illustrations ; 30 cm.
"Zeitschrift für Kristallographie. Supplement, Volume 38, presents the complete abstracts of all contributions to the 26th Annual Conference of the German Crystallographic Society in Essen (Germany) 2018"-- Provided by publisher.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
352 pages ; 23 cm.
  • The addresses: National organisations
  • Shires
  • Royal burghs
  • Other burghs
  • Parishes
  • Presbyteries
  • Hamilton letters
  • 'A short account', Walter Stewart of Pardovan.
"In 1706-1707, a proposed union of the Scottish and English kingdoms excited vigorous debate. Dozens of Scottish burghs, shires and parishes sent petitions to the Scottish parliament, known as addresses, to protest against the treaty of union. The addresses reveal local opinions and feelings, as expressed through a sophisticated petitioning campaign. They show how Presbyterians and Jacobites joined in an oppositional coalition, which disagreed on most matters of church and state, but agreed to oppose the union. Thousands of male tenant farmers, artisans and servants subscribed with their own hands, or via notaries and church elders. Campaigners argued that these opinions mattered and that parliament should listen to the 'mind of the nation'. Though ultimately unsuccessful, the campaign had a strong impact on the shape of the union. This volume provides a transcript of each local voice from the original handwritten documents, explaining the circumstances in relation to the voting patterns of members of the Scottish Parliament. An introduction sets the addresses in their historical context" -- Provided by publisher's website.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
xi, 224 pages : illustrations (some color), maps, charts ; 26 cm.
  • ForewordJurgen Runge 1 Obituaries - Karl W. Butzer (1934-2016), Francoise Gasse (1942-2014)Jurgen Runge and Florence Sylvestre 2 Exploration of the Tibesti Mountains - Re-appraisal after 50 Years?Baldur Gabriel 3 The geomorphology and river longitudinal profiles of the Congo-Kalahari WatershedTyrel J. Flugel, Frank D. Eckardt and Woody (Fenton) P.D. Cotterill 4 Palynological Evidence (Apectodinium) of the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) Event in the Sediments of the Oshosun Formation, Eastern Dahomey Basin, Southwest NigeriaOlugbenga A. Boboye and Dupe Egbeola 5 Sedimentological, palynological and stable isotopes studies on quaternary to neogene sediments of the Eastern Dahomey Basin, Lagos, NigeriaOlugbenga A. Boboye and Dupe Egbeola 6 Palynofacies, sedimentology and palaeo-environment evidenced by studies on IDA-6 well, Niger delta, NigeriaJacinta N. Chukwuma-Orji, Edward A. Okosun, Isah A. Goro and Salome H. Waziri 7 Tropical Palaeovegetation dynamics, environmental and Climate change impact from the low latitude Coastal Offshore Margin, Niger Delta, Gulf of GuineaOnema Adojoh, Fabienne Marret, Robert Duller and Peter Osterloff 8 Palaeoenvironments and Palaeoclimates during the Upper-Pleistocene and Holocene in the western Lake Kivu regionChantal Kabonyi Nzabandora, Emile Roche and Mike I. Akaegbobi 9 The Coastal Holocene Sedimentary Environments of the Bays of Loango and Pointe-Noire, Congo: Previous Works, Recent Development and SynthesisDieudonne Malounguila-Nganga, Pierre Giresse, Timothee Miyouna and Florent Boudzoumou 10 Geochronology and technological development: The microscopic and metric evidence from Middle Stone Age (MSA) points at Mumba rock-shelter, northern TanzaniaPastory G. M. Bushozi, Luis Leque and Audax Mabulla 11 Spatial Distribution and Impacts of Mining Development Minerals in Greater Accra Metropolitan Area, GhanaRosemary Okla.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781351666398 20180312
During the Neogene - covering the last 23 Million years - the evolution of the environmental setting in Africa was subject to considerable changes. Natural shifts, slow and rapid, evidenced by modifications in palaeogeography, geodynamics, climate, and vegetation have caused repeated and strong changes of ecosystems in the lower latitudes. Using a variety of proxy data - researched and applied by many authors from numerous disciplines - an attempt is made to reconstruct African landscapes over space and time. Besides such spatio-temporal oscillations in recently humid, semi-humid, and dry areas of Africa, this volume of Palaeoecology of Africa (PoA) focuses on long term interrelationships between ecosystem dynamics and climate change, not ignoring the ever growing and ongoing influence of humans on natural ecosystems since the Quaternary. Regionally, this volume lays a strong focus on Nigeria (Niger Delta). Facing the omnipresent challenges of Global Change, an increasing number of African scientists is involved in palaeoenvironmental and palaeoclimatic research, both theoretical and applied. PoA systematically supports established as well as junior African scientists in the field of sustainable cooperation and academic capacity building. This book will be of interest to all concerned with or interested in up-to-date research on Neogene to Quaternary low latitudes ecosystem changes and their respective interpretation in the framework of natural climate and vegetation change evidenced by a variety of methods that allow to read and learn from the past by following the motto, "The geologic foretime as the key to the present, and possibly to the future." Palynologists, Geologists, Geographers, Archaeologists, and Geomorphologists will find this edition equally useful for their work.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781351666398 20180312
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
xviii, 326 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Foreword / Eric Ketelaar
  • Introduction: Archives and information in the early modern world / Alexandra Walsham, Kate Peters, & Liesbeth Corens
  • Part I: Organization and agency. 2. Early modern European archivality: organised records, information, and state power, c. 1500 / Randolph C. Head
  • 3. Archival intelligence: diplomatic correspondence, information overload, and information management in Italy, 1450-1650 / Filippo De Vivo
  • 4. Jean-Baptiste Colbert, accounting, and the genesis of the state archive in early modern France / Jacob Soll
  • Part II: Access and secrecy. 5. The early modern secretary and the early modern archive / Arnold Hunt
  • 6. Knowledge, oblivion, and concealment in early modern Spain: the ambiguous agenda of the Archive of Simancas / Arndt Brendecke
  • 7. 'Friction in the archives': access and the politics of record-keeping in revolutionary England / Kate Peters
  • Part III: Media and materiality. 8. The material culture of record-keeping in early modern England / Heather Wolfe & Peter Stallybrass
  • 9. Archiving the archive: scribal and material culture in 17th-century Zurich / Sundar Henny
  • Part IV: Documentation and distance. 10. Truth and suffering in the Quaker Archives / Brooke Sylvia Palmieri
  • 11. Death, distance, and bureaucracy: an archival story / Sylvia Sellers-García
  • 12. The transnational archive of the sinosphere: the early modern East Asian information order / Kiri Paramore
  • Afterword / Ann Blair.
This collection of essays explores the history of archives and record keeping across different polities and cultures in the early modern world. With ground-breaking research into the mechanics and personnel of early modern archives, the collection provides invaluable accounts of the history of keeping historical records.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780197266250 20180625
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
528 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm.
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
87 pages ; 22 cm.
  • I. Was is ein aufgegebenes Werk?
  • II. Wilhelm Meister: Vom Roman der Bühnenkunst zum Roman der Lebenkunst
  • III. Stephen Hero: Von der linearen Pseudo-Autobiografie zum modernistischen Porträt
  • IV. Jean Santeuil: Von der verschachtelten Er-Erzählung zum alles-integrierenden Ich-Roman
  • V. Engführung: "Wirf weg, damit du gewinnst!"
  • Exkurs: Zu Friedrich Kittlers Über die Sozialisation Wilhelm Meisters.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
52 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
Earth Sciences Library (Branner)
xvi, 400 pages : maps ; 25 cm.
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. The Civil War of 49-48 BCE
  • 3. Italia
  • Introduction
  • 1. Crossing the Rubicon
  • 2. Opening the Sanctius Aerarium 3. The sources of soldiers
  • Conclusion
  • 4. Hispania
  • 1. Laudes Hispaniae
  • 2. C. Caesar and Hispania
  • 3. Cn. Pompeius and Hispania
  • 4. The significance of clientelae
  • 5. Gallia 1. Omnis Gallia Germaniaque 2. Massilia an ally
  • 3. Massilia a provincial capital?
  • 4. Geopolitical considerations
  • 5. Chagrin at Massilia
  • 6. Massilia and Phocaea, or the theme of libertas
  • 6. Africa
  • Introduction
  • 1. The sources of Caesar's narrative
  • 2. Legitimacy of command
  • 3. Roman armies in North Africa
  • 4. The grain of Africa
  • Conclusion
  • 7. Macedonia 1. Caesar fleeing forwards
  • 2. Pompeius' preparations for 48 BCE
  • 3. Life in the military
  • 4. Other than soldiers
  • 5. Supply-lines
  • 6. The provincial burden
  • 8. Asia
  • 1. From Pharsalus to Alexandria
  • 2. Ephesus capital of Asia
  • 3. The ceremony and rhetoric of arrival
  • 4. Caesar and the Sanctuary of Artemis of Ephesus
  • 9. Aegyptus
  • 1. Of civil wars Roman and Egyptian
  • 2. The wealth of Egypt
  • 3. Banking and imperialism
  • Conclusion.
In 'Caesar's Civil War: Historical Reality and Fabrication' Westall combines literary analysis of Caesar's Bellum Civile with a concern for the socio-economic history of the Roman empire. The 'Bellum Gallicum' and the Shakespearean play are better known, but Caesar's partisan account of the Roman civil war culminating in the battle of Pharsalus offers a historical text of perennial interest and relevance. Two introductory chapters contextualize this book and offer a traditional narrative of political and military history for 49-48 BCE. There follow seven chapters dedicated to each of the geographical theatres of civil war. These chapters show how Caesar's testimony sheds important light upon the nature of Roman rule in the Mediterranean, but also explore the problems to be encountered in using potentially tendentious testimony.
Green Library
xxxiii, 494 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color), maps (some color), portraits ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction générale / Lucile Haguet et Catherine Hofmann
  • I. Faire carrière au dix-huitième siècle
  • 1. Participer à l'éducation des princes: d'Anville et son élève Louis XV (1718-1730) / Pascale Mormiche
  • 2. Elargir ses réseaux, diversifier ses commandes: les travaux de d'Anville pour la couronne portugaise / Júnia Ferreira Furtado
  • 3. Convaincre ses mécènes: un plan d'affaire prévisionnel pour faire commerce de cartes / Mary Sponberg Pedley
  • II. Dessiner le monde depuis sa chambre
  • 1. La bibliothèque cartographique, outil de travail du géographe de cabinet / Lucile Haguet
  • 2. Une 'science de pure érudition', la géographie critique et comparée selon Jean-Baptiste d'Anville / Georges Tolias
  • 3. L'utilisation des sources orientales par Jean-Baptiste d'Anville / Jean-Charles Ducène
  • 4. Jean-Baptiste d'Anville et la cartographie de l'Amérique du Nord / Jean-François Palomino
  • III. La réception de l'œuvre de d'Anville
  • 1. Entre publicité, débat scientifique et vulgarisation: Jean-Baptiste d'Anville dans les journaux / Nicolas Verdier
  • 2. D'Anville, Gibbon et l'espace des empires: la réception britannique du géographe français à travers l'exemple de l'historien anglais / Robert Mankin
  • 3. L'appropriation des cartes de d'Anville dans le monde luso-brésilien: mémoire toponymique et stratégie diplomatique dans la région amazonienne, 1798 et 1904 / Iris Kantor
  • IV. La réception institutionnelle, patrimoniale et symbolique d'un 'grand homme'-- 1. Splendeur et décadence d'un 'grand homme': réception et postérité de d'Anville et son œuvre / Lucile Haguet
  • 2. La 'collection d'Anville' au ministère des Affaires étrangères (1772-1828): modalités et enjeux d'une appropriation / Catherine Hofmann
  • 3. D'Anville et la Bibliothèque royale/nationale: forces et ambiguïtés d'un héritage / Catherine Hofmann
  • Conclusion: célèbre et méconnu - un géographe réévalué / Jean-Marc Besse.
Véritable 'Strabon français' pour ses contemporains, Jean-Baptiste d'Anville est considéré comme l'un des plus grands géographes des Lumières. Ce livre, fruit du travail d'analyse d'une dizaine de spécialistes internationaux, fondé sur des sources nombreuses et souvent inédites, est la première monographie à lui être consacrée. Comment cet inconnu, fils de tailleur parisien, se retrouve-t-il à vingt-deux ans géographe du roi et précepteur du jeune Louis XV? C'est ce parcours extraordinaire que retracent les auteurs de cet ouvrage, en reconstituant le réseau qu'il a su se créer tout en s'assurant la protection des ducs d'Orléans sur trois générations et l'intérêt de la couronne portugaise. Au fil des chapitres se révèle l'impressionnante habileté intellectuelle de d'Anville, capable de satisfaire les exigences de ses mécènes sans trahir ses sources, conservant son intégrité de savant malgré la pression des enjeux diplomatiques. Sans quitter son cabinet parisien, par le seul exercice d'une critique aiguisée et d'un croisement systématique des sources (textes anciens, récits de voyage, mesures astronomiques, informations orales...), d'Anville remodèle les contours du monde ancien et moderne, avec une exactitude qui sera validée par les mesures de terrain a posteriori. Ce livre dresse un portrait tout en nuances d'un géographe de cabinet au siècle des Lumières. Penché derrière l'épaule du savant, le lecteur découvre comment il élabore très tôt une rigoureuse méthodologie de travail, bâtit sa carrière, constitue l'une des plus grandes collections de cartes du XVIIIe siècle, et influence jusqu'à nos jours la représentation du monde et de ses frontières.
True 'French Strabo' for his contemporaries, Jean-Baptiste d'Anville is considered one of the greatest geographers of the Enlightenment. This book, the fruit of the analytical work of a dozen international specialists, based on numerous and often unpublished sources, is the first monograph to be dedicated to him. How does this stranger, the son of a Parisian tailor, find himself at twenty-two a geographer to the king and tutor to the young Louis XV? It is this extraordinary journey that the authors of this book retrace, reconstructing the network that it has been able to create while ensuring the protection of the Dukes of Orleans over three generations and the interest of the Portuguese crown. Over the course of the chapters reveals D'Anville's impressive intellectual ability, able to satisfy the requirements of his patrons without betraying his sources, maintaining his scholarly integrity despite the pressure of diplomatic issues. Without leaving his Parisian cabinet, by the only exercise of a sharp criticism and a systematic crossing of the sources (old texts, stories of voyage, astronomical measurements, oral informations ...),a posteriori . This book paints a portrait in nuances of a cabinet geographer in the Age of Enlightenment. Leaning behind the scholar's shoulder, the reader discovers how he elaborates very early a rigorous methodology of work, builds his career, constitutes one of the largest collections of cards of the eighteenth century, and influences to this day the representation of the world and its borders.--Voltaire Foundation.
Green Library
xvi, 705 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Character and characterization in Ancient Greek literature: an introduction / Koen De Temmerman and Evert van Emde Boas
  • Epic and Elegiac Poetry. Homer / Irene de Jong
  • Hesiod / Hugo Koning
  • The Homeric hymns / Irene de Jong
  • Apollonius of Rhodes / Jacqueline Klooster
  • Callimachus /Annette Harder
  • Theocritus / Jacqueline Klooster
  • Historiography. Herodotus / Mathieu de Bakker
  • Thucydides / Tim Rood
  • Xenophon / Tim Rood
  • Polybius / Luke Pitcher
  • Appian / Luke Pitcher
  • Cassius Dio / Luke Pitcher
  • Herodian / Luke Pitcher
  • Josephus / Jan Willem van Henten and Luuk Huitink
  • Pausanias / Maria Pretzler
  • Choral Lyric. Pindar and Bacchylides / Bruno Currie
  • Drama. Aeschylus / Evert van Emde Boas
  • Sophocles / Michael Lloyd
  • Euripides / Evert van Emde Boas
  • Aristophanes / Angus Bowie
  • Menander / Peter Brown
  • Oratory. Lysias / Mathieu de Bakker
  • Aeschines and Demosthenes / Nancy Worman
  • Philosophy. Plato / Kathryn Morgan
  • Biography. Xenophon / Luuk Huitink
  • Plutarch / Judith Mossman
  • Philostratus / Kristoffel Demoen
  • Between Philosophy and Rhetoric. Dio Chrysostom / Dimitri Kasprzyk
  • Lucian / Owen Hodkinson
  • The Novel. Chariton/ Koen De Temmerman
  • Xenophon of Ephesus / Koen De Temmerman
  • Achilles Tatius / Koen De Temmerman
  • Longus / J. R. Morgan
  • Heliodorus / J.R. Morgan
  • Epilogue / Koen De Temmerman and Evert van Emde Boas.
Characterization in Ancient Greek Literature is the fourth volume in the series Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative. The book deals with the narratological concepts of character and characterization and explores the textual devices used for purposes of characterization by ancient Greek authors spanning a large historical period (from Homer to Heliodorus) and a variety of literary genres (epic, elegy, historiography, choral lyric, drama, oratory, philosophy, biography, and novel). The book's aim is not only to describe these devices, but also to investigate their effects and the implications of their use for our interpretation of the texts.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004356306 20180205
Green Library
xi, 256 pages ; 24 cm.
Green Library
460 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 25 cm.
Green Library
129 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Editors' preface : New perspectives on Patrick Modiano / Richard J. Golsan and Lynn A. Higgins
  • Patrick Modiano or writing as Nocturne / Bruno Blanckeman
  • Modiano, Klarsfeld, and Dora : revisiting a misunderstanding / Maryline Heck
  • In the wake of the Hussards, a young Modiano writes against the Tide / Marc Dambre
  • Mapping self and/as other : attempts to fuse horizons in Modiano and Le Clezio / Van Kelly
  • Humor, parody, and the quest for Jewish identity in Modiano's "La place de l'etoile" / Susan Rubin Suleiman
  • Improper nouns : Patrick Modiano's Rue des boutiques obscures / Gerald Prince
  • Mapping Modiano's Bordeaux / Vanessa Doriott Anderson
  • Modiano's catharsis : Dora Bruder, Un pedigree, and beyond / Richard J. Golsan
  • Modiano at the movies / Lynn A. Higgins.
Green Library
294 pages ; 25 cm.
Green Library
xiii, 384 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
  • Preface
  • 1. Feasting and polis institutions : an introduction / Floris van den Eijnde
  • 2. Feasting in Early Iron Age Attika : the evidence from the site of the academy / Alexandra Alexandridou
  • 3. Power play at the dinner table : feasting and patronage between palace and polis in Attika / Floris van den Eijnde
  • 4. Feasting at the sanctuary of Apollo Hyakinthos at Amykles : the evidence from the Early Iron Age / Vicky Vlachou
  • 5. Consuming the wild : more thoughts on the Andreion / James Whitley and Richard Madgwick
  • 6. Individual and collective in the funding of sacrifices in classical Athens : the sacrificial calendar of the Marathonian Tetrapolis / Stephen Lambert
  • 7. Table arrangements : Sitesis as a polis institution (IG I3 131) / Josine Blok and Evelyn van 't Wout
  • 8. Measure for measure : fifth-century public dining at the Tholos in Athens / Ann Steiner
  • 9. The Hellenistic Symposium as feast / Kathleen Lynch
  • 10. When did the symposion die? On the decline of the Greek aristocratic banquet / Marek Wecowski
  • 11. The return of the king : civic feasting and the entanglement of city and empire in Hellenistic Greece / Rolf Strootman
  • 12. The Macedonian background of Hellenistic panegyreis and public feasting / Manuela Mari
  • 13. Sharing the civic sacrifice : civic feast, procession, and sacrificial division in the Hellenistic period / Stéphanie Paul
  • 14. A network of hearths : honors, sacrificial shares, and 'traveling meat' / Jan-Mathieu Carbon.
Feasting and commensality formed the backbone of social life in the polis, the most characteristic and enduring form of political organization in the ancient Greek world. Exploring a wide array of commensal practices, Feasting and Polis Institutions reveals how feasts defi ned the religious and political institutions of the Greek citizen-state. Taking the reader from the Early Iron Age to the Imperial Period, this volume launches an essential inquiry into Greek power relations. Focusing on the myriad of patronage roles at the feast and making use of a wide variety of methodologies and primary sources, including archaeology, epigraphy and literature, Feasting and Polis Institutions argues that in ancient Greece political interaction could never be complete until it was consummated in a festive context.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004356726 20180806
Green Library
384 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 23 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xi, 268 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • 1 Introduction / Santanu Das and Kate McLoughlin
  • Part 1. Unfathomable
  • 2. Three war veterans who don't tell war stories / Kate McLoughlin
  • 3. Scaling war : poetic calibration and mythic measures in David Jones's In parenthesis / Hope Wolfe
  • 4. Imbalances : mass death and the economy of 'sacrifice' in the great war / Vincent Sherry
  • Part 2. Scoping the war
  • 5. Civilians writing the war : metaphor, proximity, action / Sarah Cole
  • 6. First world war film and the face of death / Laura Marcus
  • 7. The zeppelin in the sky of the mind / Christine Froula
  • 8. Dissent and the literature of the first world war : Wyndham Lewis and Henry Williamson / Mark Rawlinson
  • Part 3. 'Cosmopolitan sympathies'?
  • 9. 'Cosmopolitan sympathies' : poetry of the first global war / Jahan Ramazani
  • 10. Maternal cosmopoetics : Käthe Kollwitz and European women poets of the first world war / Margaret R. Higonnet
  • 11. Encountering war, encountering others : Enid Bagnold and Mary Borden / Claire Buck
  • 12. Entangled emotions : race, encounters and anti-colonial cosmopolitanism / Santanu Das.
The First World War both extends and departs from established understandings of wartime literature and culture. The compelling essays reconsider the intersections between war, literature, culture, and modernity across a range of writers and artists, embedding the conflict in a broader, global understanding of 20th-century literature and culture.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780197266267 20180604
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
95 pages ; 23 cm.
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
x, 293 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Notes on Contributors Homer and the Good Ruler in Antiquity and Beyond: Introduction Jacqueline Klooster and Baukje van den Berg The Birth of the Princes' Mirror in the Homeric Epics Irene J.F. de Jong Between Gods and Mortals: The Piety of Homeric Kings Will Desmond A Speaker of Words and Doer of Deeds: The Reception of Phoenix' Educational Ideal Jacqueline Klooster Plato's Homer as a Guide for Moderation and Obedience Patrick G. Lake The Problem with the Prince: Agamemnon in the Ancient Exegetical Tradition on Homer Elsa Bouchard Educating Kings through Travel: The Wanderings of Odysseus as a Mental Model in Polybius' Histories Maria Gerolemou Some Critical Themes in Philodemus' On the Good King According to Homer Jeffrey Fish Eumaeus, Evander, and Augustus: Dionysius and Virgil on Noble Simplicity Casper C. de Jonge Speaking Homer to Power: Anecdotes of Greek Intellectuals and Their Rulers in Plutarch's Symposia David F. Driscoll Homeric Ideals Versus Roman Realities? Civil War, Autocracy, and the Reception of Homer in Silius Italicus' Punica Elina Pyy Homer and the Good Ruler in the `Age of Rhetoric': Eustathios of Thessalonike on Excellent Oratory Baukje van den Berg On the Good King According to Homer: A Sixteenth-Century Treatise by Christophoros Kondoleon Filippomaria Pontani `Royal Blood Will Stain My Spear': Satire, Trauma, and Semi-barbarous Princelings in Robert Graves' The Anger of Achilles Laura McKenzie Index Locorum General Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004365810 20180618
Homer and the Good Ruler in Antiquity and Beyond focuses on the important question of how and why later authors employ Homeric poetry to reflect on various types and aspects of leadership. In a range of essays discussing generically diverse receptions of the epics of Homer in historically diverse contexts, this question is answered in various ways. Rather than considering Homer's works as literary products, then, this volume discusses the pedagogic dimension of the Iliad and the Odyssey as perceived by later thinkers and writers interested in the parameters of good rule, such as Plato, Philodemus, Polybius, Vergil, and Eustathios.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789004365810 20180618
Green Library