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2. Greek literature [2001]

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  • Bacon, H. 'Shield of Eteocles.' Arion 3 (1968) Bowie, E.L. 'Who is Dicaeopolis?' Journal of Hellenic Studies 108 (1988) Clay, D. 'Unspeakable Words in Greek Tragedy.' American Journal of Philology 103 (1982) Dodds, E.R. 'The aidos of Phaedra and the Meaning of the Hippolytus.' Classical Review 39 (1925) Ebbott, M. 'The List of the War Dead in Aeschylus'Persians.' Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 100 (2000) Edmunds, L. 'The Cults and the Legend of Oedipus.' Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 85 (1981) Ferrari, G. 'Figures in the Text: Metaphors and Riddles in the Agamemnon.' Classical Philology 92 (1997) Henrichs, A. 'Dancing in Athens, Dancing on Delos: Some Patterns of Choral Projection in Euripides.' Philologus 140 (1996):48-62 Knox, B.M.W. 'Why is Oedipus Called Tyrannos?' Classical Journal 50 (1954) Konstan, D. 'A City in the Air: Aristophanes' Birds.' Arethusa 23 (1990) Lloyd-Jones, H. 'Tycho von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff on the Dramatic Technique of Sophocles.' Classical Quarterly 22 (1972):214-228 Loraux, N. 'Bed and War.' In Paula Wissing, trans., The Experiences of Teiresias: The Feminine and the Greek Male (Princeton, 1995) Muellner, L. 'Glaucus Redivivus.' Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 98 (1998) Murnaghan, S. 'Antigone 904-920 and the Institution of Marriage.' American Journal of Philology 107 (1986) Pucci, P. 'Gods' Intervention and Epiphany in Sophocles.' American Journal of Philology 115 (1994) Rosen, R. 'Plato Comicus and the Evolution of Greek Comedy.' In G. Dobrov, ed., Beyond Aristophanes (Atlanta, 1995) Seaford, R. 'The Tragic Wedding.' Journal of Hellenic Studies 107 (1987) Segal, C. 'Death and Love, Hades and Dionysus' In his Tragedy and Civilzation: An Interpretation of Sophocles (Cambridge, Mass., 1981). 2nd ed. Norman, OK, 1999. Slatkin, L. 'Oedipus at Colonus: Exile and Integration.' Greek Tragedy and Political Theory (Berkeley, 1986) Sourvinou-Inwood, C. 'Something to Do with Athens: Tragedy and Ritual.' Ritual, Finance, Politics-- Athenian Democratic Accounts Presented to David Lewis (Oxford, 1994) Stadter, P.A. 'Philocleon's Fables: Ancient Storytelling and a Modern Analogue.' Drama: Beitrage zum antik en Drama und seiner Rezeption (Stuttgart, 1997) Taplin, O.L. 'Fifth-century Tragedy and Comedy: A Synkrisis.' Journal of Hellenic Studies 106 (1986) Todd, R.B. 'Review of E.R. Dodds', Missing Persons: An Autobiography. Oxford 1977-- reprinted 2000, BMCR 00.08.29 Vidal-Naquet, P. 'The Black Hunter Revisited.' Proceedings of the Cambridge Philologic.
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  • Bakker, E.J. 'Discourse and Performance: Involvement, Visualisation and 'Presence' in Homeric Poetry.' Classical Antiquity 12 (1993) Beck, D. 'Speech Introductions and the Character Development of Telemachus.' Classical Journal 94 (1998-1999): 121-141. Bird, G.D. 'The Textual Criticsm of an Oral Homer.' Nile, Ilissos and Tiber: Essays in Honour of Walter Kirkpatrick Lacey, Prudentia 26 (1994) Clark, M. 'Enjambment and Binding in Homeric Hexameter.' Phoenix 48 (1994) Due, Casey. 'Achilles' Golden Amphora in Aeschines' Against Timarchus and the Afterlife of Oral Tradition.' Classical Philology 96 (2001): 33-47. Janko, R. 'The Homeric Poems as Oral Dictated Texts.' Classical Quarterly 48 (1998) Jong, I, de. 'Eurykleia and Odysseus's Scar:Odyssey 19:393-466.' Classical Quarterly 35 (1985) Lord, A.B. 'Homer, Parry, and Huso.' American Journal of Archaeology 52 (1948) Reprinted in Parry in 1971 Martin, R. 'Hesiod, Odysseus, and the Instruction of Princes.' Transactions of the American Philological Association 114 (1984) Morris, S. 'A Tale of Two Cities-- The Miniature Frescoes from Thera and the Origins of Greek Poetry.' American Journal of Archaeology 93 (1989) Muellner, L. 'The Simile of the Cranes and Pygmies: A Study of Homeric Metaphor.' Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 93 (1990) Nagler, M. ' Towards a Generative View of the Oral Formula.' Transactions of the American Philological Association 98 (1967): 269-311. Nagy, G. 'Irreversible Mistakes and Homeric Poetry.' Euphrosyne. Studies Ancient Epic and its Legacy in Honor of Dimitris N. Maronitis (Stuttgart, 1999). Palmer, L.R. 'A Mycenaean 'Akhilleid'?' Serta Philologica Aenipontana (Innsbruck. Innsbrucker Beitrage zur Kulturwissenschaft, 1979) Parry, M. 'Studies in the Epic Technique of Oral Verse-Making II: The Homeric Language as the Language of an Oral Poetry.' Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 43 (1932) Sherratt, E.S. ''Reading the Texts': Archaeology and the Homeric Question.' Antiquity 64 (1990) Slatkin, L.M. 'Genre and Generation in the Odyssey.' METIS: Revue d'Anthropologie du Monde Grec Ancien 1 (1987) West, M.L. 'The Rise of the Greek Epic.' Journal of Hellenic Studies 108 (1988) West. M.L. 'The Descent of the Greek Epic: A Reply.' Journal of Hellenic Studies 112 (1992) West. M.L. 'The Gardens of Alcinous and the Oral Dictated Text Theory.' Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 40:479-488. List of Recommended Readings.
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  • Bakker, E.J. 'Homeric HOUTOS and the Poetics of Dexis.' Classical Philology 94 (1999) Burgess, J. 'The Non-Homeric Cypria.' Transactions of the American Philological Association 126 (1996) Burkert, W. 'Kynaithos, Polycrates, and the Homeric Hymn to Apollo.' Arktouros: Hellenic Studies Presented to B.M.W. Knox (Berlin, 1979) Doherty, L. 'Gender and Internal Audiences in the Odyssey.' American Journal of Philology 113 (1992) Dova, S. 'Who Is makartatos in the Odyssey?' Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 100 (2000) Easterling, P.E. 'Agamemnon's skeptron in the Iliad.' Images of Authority: Papers presented to Joyce Reynolds on the occasion of her seventieth birthday (Cambridge: Cambridge Philological Society, Supplementary Volume 16, 1989) Ebbott, M. 'The Wrath of Helen: Self-Blame and Nemesis in the Iliad.' Nine Essays on Homer (Lanham, MD: 1999) Foley, J.M. 1998. 'Individual Poet and Epic Singer: The Legendary Singer.' Arethusa 31: 149-178. Griffin, J. 'The Epic Cycle and the Uniqueness of Homer.' Journal of Hellenic Studies 97 (1977) Griffiths, A. 'Patroklos the Ram.' Bulletin of the Institute for Classical Studies 36 (1989) Griffiths, A. 'Patroklos the Ram (Again).' Bulletin of the Institute for Classical Studies 36 (1989) Groningen, B.A. 'The Proems of the Iliad and the Odessy.' Mededelingender der Koninklijke Nederlandsche Akadamie van Wetenschappen 938 (1946) Hunt, R. 'Hesiod as Satirist.' Helios 8 (1981) Levaniouk, O. 'aithon, Aithon, and Odysseus.' Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 100 (2000) Lowenstam, S. 'Talking Vases: The Relationship between the Homeric Poems and Archaic Representations of Epic Myth.' Transactions of the American Philological Association 127 (1997) Martin, R. 'Telemachus and the Last Hero Song.' Colby Quarterly 29 (1993) Miller, A. 'The 'Address to the Delian Maidens' in the Homeric Hymn to Apollo: Epilogue or Transition?' Transactions of the American Philological Association (1979) Parry, A.M. 'Have we Homer's Iliad?' Yale Classical Studies 20 (1966). Reprinted in The Language of Achilles and other papers (Oxford, 1989) Rosen, R.M. 'Poetry and Sailing in Hesiod's Works and Days.' Classical Antiquity 9 (1990).
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  • Barchiesi, A. 'Simonides and Horace on the Death of Achilles.' Arethusa 29 (1996) Barnes, J. 'Roman Aristotle.' Philosophia Togata II (Oxford, 1997) Billault, A. 'The Rhetoric of a 'Divine Man': Apollonius of Tyana as Critic of Oratory and as Orator according to Philostratus.' Philosophy and Rhetoric 26 (1993) Brink, C.O., and Walbank, F.W. 'The Construction of the Sixth Book of Polybius.' Classical Quarterly 4 (1954) Feeney, D.C. 'Criticism Ancient and Modern.' Ethics and Rhetoric (Oxford, 1995) Hoek, Annewies van den. 'The Concept of soma ton graphon in Alexandrian Theology.' Studia Patristica 19 (1989) Jones, C.P. 'Greek Drama in the Roman Empire.' Theater and Society in the Classical World (Ann Arbor, 1993) Levine, D.B. 'Hubris in Josphus' Jewish Antiquities 1-4.' Hebrew Union College Annual 64 (1993) Miller, P.A. 'Sappho 31 and Catullus 51: The Dialogism of Lyric.' Arethusa 26 (1993) Mittelstadt, M.C. 'Longus' Daphnis and Chloe and Roman Narrative Painting.' Latomus 26 (1967) Morgan, J.R. 'The AITHIOPIKA of Heliodorus: narrative as riddle.' Greek Fiction. The Greek Novel in Context (London/New York, 1994) Nimis, S. 'Memory and Description in the Ancient Novel.' Arethusa 31 (1998) Nock, A.D. 'The Lyra of Orpheus.' Classical Review 41 (1927) Nock, A.D. 'Varro and Orpheus.' Classical Review 43 (1929) Pache, C. 2002. 'Singing Heroes: The Poetics of Hero Cult in the Heroikos.' (forthcoming) Reardon, B.P. 'Muthos ou logos: Longus's Lesbian pastorals.' The Search for the Ancient Novel (Baltimore/London, 1994) Russell, D.A. 'Longinus Revisited.' Mnemosyne 34 (1981) Stephens, S.A. 'Who Read Ancient Novels?' The Search for the Ancient Novel (Baltimore/London, 1994) Striker, G. 'Cicero and Greek Philosophy.' Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 97 (1995) Takacs, S.A. 'Hypatia's Murder - The Sacrifice of a Virgin and Its Implications.' The Formulation of Christianity by Conflict through the Ages (Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter, 1995) Thomas, R.F. 'Genre through Intertextuality: Theocritus to Virgil and Propertius.' Theocritus: Hellenistica Groningana II (Groningen, 1998) Winkler, J.J. 1980. 'Lollianus and the Desperados.' Journal of Hellenic Studies 100:239-260. Wisse, J. 1995. 'Greeks, Romans, and the Rise of Atticism.' In J. G. J. Abbenes et al., eds., In Greek Literary Theory after Aristotle, 65-82 Amsterdam. List of Recommended Readings.
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  • Bing, P. 2000. 'Text or Performance. Alan Cameron's Callimachus and His Critics.' La letteratura ellenistica : Problemi e prospettive di ricerca (ed. R. Pretagostini), Quaderni dei Seminari Romani di Cultura Greca 1:139-148. Bowie, E. L. 1985. 'Theocritus' Seventh Idyll, Philetas and Longus.' Classical Quarterly 35:67-91. Bulloch, A. 'The Future of a Hellenistic Illusion: Some Observations on Callimachus and Religion.' Museum Helveticum 41 (1984) Bundy, E.L. 'The Quarrel between Kallimachos and Apollonius: Part I, The Epilogue of Kallimachos' Hymn to Apollo.' California Studies in Classical Antiquity 5 (1972) Davies, M. 'Monody, Choral Lyric, and the Tyranny of the Handbook.' Classical Quarterly 38 (1988) DePew, M. 1993. 'Mimesis and Aetiology in Callimachus' Hymns.' In A. Harder, R. F. Regtuit, C. G. Wakker, eds., Callimachus: Hellenistica Groningana I, pp. 57-77. Groningen. Goldhill, S. 1994. 'The Naive and Knowing Eye: Ekphrasis and the Culture of Viewing in the Hellenisic World.' In S. Goldhill and R. Osborne, eds., Art and Text in Ancient Greek Culture, 197-223. Cambridge. Gutzwiller, K. J. 1992. 'Callimachus' Lock of Berenice.' American Journal of Philology 113:359-385. Harder, A. 1988. 'Calimachus and the Muses: Some Aspects of Narrative Technique in Aetia 1-2.' Prometheus 14:1-14. Henrichs, A. 'Gods in Action: The Poetics of Divine Performance in the Hymns of Callimachus.' Callimachus: Hellenistica Groningana I (Groningen, 1993) Hunter, R. 'Writing the God: Form and Meaning in Callimachus, Hymn to Athena.' Materiali e discussioni per l'analisi dei testi classici 29 (1992) Knox, P.E. 'The Epilogue to the Aetia.' Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 26 (1985) Parsons, P. 'Callimachus: Victoria Bernenices.' Zeitschrift fur Papyrologie und Epigraphik. 25 (1977) Pfeiffer, R. 'The Future of Studies in the Field of Hellenistic Poetry.' Journal of Hellenic Studies 75 (1955) Rengakos, A. 2001. 'Apollonius Rhodius as a Homeric Scholar.' In T. D. Papanghelis and A. Rengakos, eds., A Companion to Apollonius Rhodius, 193-216. Leiden. Rutherford, I. 'The Nightingale's Refrain: P.Oxy. 2625 = SLG 460.' Zeitshrift fur Papyrologie und Epigraphik 107 (1995) Yatromanolakis, D. 'Alexandrian Sappho Revisited.' Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 99 (1999) List of Recommended Readings.
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  • Bowerstock, G. 'Pseudo-Xenophon.' Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 71 (1967) Cartledge, P. 'The Silent Women of Thucydides 2.45.2. Re-Viewed.' Nomodeiktes: Greek Studies in Honor of Martin Ostwald (Ann Arbor, 1993) Connor, W.R. 'A Post-Modernist Thucydides.' Classical Journal 72 (1977) Crane, G. 'Power, Prestige and the Corcyrean Affair in Thucydides I.' Classical Antiquity 12 (1992) Dewald, C. 'Narrative Surface and Authorial Voice in Herotodus' Histories.' Arethusa 20 (1987) Edmunds, L. 'Thucydides in the Act of Writing.' Tradizione e innovazione nella cultura greca (Rome, 1993) Flory, S. 'Who reads Herodotus' Histories?' American Journal of Philology 101 (1980) Hollman, A. 'Epos as Authoratative Speech in Herodotos' Histories.' Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 100 (2000) Hornblower, S. 'Thucydides' use of Herodotus.' Philolakon (London, 1992) Kurke, L. 'Herodotus and the Language of Metals.' Helios 22 (1995) Mackie, C.J. 'Homer and Thucydides: Corcyra and Sicily.' Classical Quarterly 46 (1996) Momigliano, A. 'The Historians of the Classical World and their Audiences.' Sesto Contributo (Rome, 1980) Munson, R.V. 'Herodotus' Use of Prospective Sentences and the Story of Raphsinitus and the Thief in the Histories.' American Journal of Philology 114 (1993) Redfield, J. 'Herodotus the Tourist.' Classical Philology 80 (1985) Rusten, J.S. 'Structure, Style and Sense in Interpreting Thucydides: The Soldier's Choice.' Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 90 (1986) List of Recommended Readings Part II Beale, W.H. 'Rhetorical Performative Discourse: A New Theory of Epideictic.' Philosophy and Rhetoric 11 (1978) Bers, V. 'Dikastic Thorubos.' Journal of Political Thought 6 (1985) Dorjohn, A.P. 'On Demosthenes' Ability to Speak Extemporaneously.' Transactions of the American Philological Association 78 (1947) Due, C. 'Poetry and the Demos: State Regulation of a Civic Possession.' Stoa Consortium (2000) Hansen, M.H. 'The Athenian 'Politicians', 403-322 B.C.' Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 24 (1983) Kennedy, G.A. 'Focusing of Arguments in Greek Deliberative Oratory.' Transactions of the American Philological Association 90 (1959) Pearson, L. 'The Virtuoso Passages in Demosthenes' Speeches.' Phoenix 29 (1975) Slater, W.J. 'The Epiphany of Demosthenes.' Phoenix 42 (1988) List of Recommended Readings.
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  • Carson, A. 'Just for the Thrill: Sycophantizing Aristotle's Poetics.' Arion 1 (1990) Clay, D. 'The Tragic and Comic Poet of the Symposium.' Arion 2 (1975) Compton, T. 'The Trial of the Satirist: Poetic Vitae (Aesop, Archilochus, Homer) as Background for Plato's Apology.' American Journal of Philology 111 (1990) Croix, G.E.M. de Ste. 'Aristotle on History and Poetry (Poetics 9, 1451a36-b11).' The Ancient Historian and His Materials: Essays in Honour of C.E.Stevens (Farnborough, 1975) Demos, M. 'Stesichorus' Palinode in the Phaedrus.' Classical World 90 (1997) Derrida, J. 'The Pharmacy of Plato.' Dissemination (Chicago, 1981) Habinek, T. 'Singing, Speaking, Making, Writing: Classical Alternatives to Literature and Literary Studies.' Stanford Humanities Review 6 (1988) Hardie, P. 1995. 'The Speech of Pythagoras in Ovid Metamorphoses 15: Empedoclean Epos.' Classical Quarterly 45:204-214. Held, D.T.D. 'Why 'Individuals' Didn't Exist in Classical Antiquity.' New England Classical Newsletter and Journal 18 (1991) Nehamas, A. 'Plato on Imitation and Poetry in Republic 10.' Plato on Beauty, Wisdom, and the Arts (Totowa, NJ, 1982) Nightingale, A. 'Writing/Reading a Sacred Text: A Literary Interpretation of Plato's Laws' Classical Philology 88 (1993) North, H.F. 'Combing and Curling: Orator Summus Plato.' Illinois Classical Studies 16 (1991) Nussbaum, M.C. 1972. 'Psukhe in Heraclitus.' Phronesis 17:1-16, 153-170. Race, W. 1987. 'Pindaric Encomium and Isokrates' Evagoras.' Transactions of the American Philological Association 117:131-155 Segal, C.P. 1962. 'Gorgias and the Psychology of the Logos.' Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 66:99-155 Silk, M.S. 'Language, Poetry and Enactment.' Dialogos: Hellenic Studies Review 2 (1995) List of Recommended Readings.
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  • Carson, A. 'The Burners: A Reading of Bacchylides' Third Epinician Ode.' Phoenix 38 (1984) Clay, D. 'Fragmentum Adespotum 976.' Transactions of the American Philological Association 101 (1970) Compton, T. 'The Barbed Rose: Sappho as a Satirist.' Favonius 1 (1987) Dougherty, C. 'Archaic Greek Foundation Poetry: Questions of Genre and Occasion.' Journal of Hellenic Studies 114 (1994) Felson, N. 1999. 'Vicarious Transport: Fictive Deixis in Pindar'sPythian Four.' Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 99 (1999) Harvey, A.E. 'The Classification of Greek Lyric Poetry.' Classical Quarterly 5 (1955) Hubbard, T.K. 'The Theban Amphiaraion and Pindar's Vision on the Road to Delphi.' Museum Helveticum 50 (1993) Kurke, L. 'Pindar's Sixth Pythian and the Tradition of Advice Poetry.' Transactions of the American Philological Association 120 (1990) Miller, A.M. 'Pindar, Archilochus and Heiron.' Transactions of the American Philological Association 111 (1981) Petropoulos, J. 'Sappho the Sorcoress - Another look at Fr. 1 (LP).' Zeitschrift fur Papyrologie und Epigraphik 97 (1993) Power, T.C. 'A Chorus of Parthenoi in Bacchylides 13' Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 100 (2000) Rosen, R.M. 'Hipponax, Boupalos, and the Conventions of the Psogos.' Transactions of the American Philological Association 118 (1988) Schein, S.L. 'Unity and Meaning in Pindar's Sixth Pythian Ode.' METIS: Revue d'Anthropologie du Monde Grec Ancien 2 (1987) Segal, C. 'Messages to the Underworld: An Aspect of Poetic Immortalization in Plindar.' American Journal of Philology 106 (1985) Sfyroeras, P. 'Fireless Sacrifices: Pindar's Olympian 7 and the Panathenaic Festival.' American Journal of Philology 114 (1993) Sider, D. 'The Blinding of Steischorus.' Hermes 117 (1989) Stehle, E. 'Help me to sing, Muse, of Plataea.' Arethusa 29 (1996) Wickersham, J.M. 'The Corpse Who Calls Theognis.' Transactions of the American Philological Association 116 (1986) Yatromanolakis, D. 'Simonades Fr. Eleg. 22 W2: To Sing or to Mourn?' Zeitschrift fur Papyrologie und Epigraphik 120 (1998) List of Recommended Readings.
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  • Volume 1: 0-815-33682-9: The Oral Traditional Background of Ancient Greek Literature: 351pp Volume 2: 0-815-33683-7: Homer and Hesiod as Prototypes of Greek Literature: 358pp Volume 3: 0-815-33684-5: Greek Literature in the Archaic Period: The Emergence of Authorship: 350pp Volume 4: 0-815-33685-3: Greek Literature in the Classical Period: The Poetics of Drama in Athens: 438pp Volume 5: 0-815-33686-1: Greek Literature in the Classical Period: The Prose of Historiography and Oratory: 354pp Volume 6: 0-815-33687-X: Greek Literature and Philosophy: 350pp: Volume 7: 0-815-33688-8: Greek Literature in the Hellenistic Period: 350pp Volume 8: 0-415-93770-1: Greek Literature in the Roman period and in late Antiquity: 350pp Volume 9: 0-415-93771-X: Greek Literature in the Byzantine Period: 350pp.
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  • Alexiou, M. 'The Poverty of Ecriture and the Craft of Writing: Towards a Reappraisal of the Prodromic Poems.' Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 10 (1986) Brock, Sebastian. 'From Ephrem to Romanos.' Studia Patristica 20 (1989) Browning, R. 'The Language of Byzantine Literature.' Byzantina kai Metavyzantina (Malibu, 1978) Browning, R. 'The 'Low Level' Saint's Life in the Early Byzantine World.' The Byzantine Saint (London, 1981) Cameron, A. 'Wandering Poets: A Literary Movement in Byzantine Egypt.' Historia 14 (1965) Dennis, G. 'Imperial Panegyric: Rhetoric and Reality.' Byzantine Court Culture from 829 to 1204 (Washington DC, 1997) Hunger, H. 'On the Imitation (mimesis) of Antiquity in Byzantine Literature.' Dumbarton Oaks Papers 23/24 (1969/1970) Jeffreys, E. and M. 'The Oral Background of Byzantine Popular Poetry.' Oral Tradition 1 (1986) Kazhdan, A.P. 'Byzantine Hagiography and Sex in the Fifth to Twelfth Centuries.' Dumbarton Oaks Papers 44 (1990) Kustas, G. 'The Function and Evolution of Byzantine Rhetoric.' Viator 1 (1970) Macrides, R. 'Poetic Justice in the Patriarchate. Murder and Cannibalism in the Provinces.' Cupido Legum (Frankfurt am Main, 1985) Magdalino, P. 'Honour Among Romaioi: The Framework of Social Values in the World of Digenes Akrites and Kekaumenos.' Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 13 (1989) Maguire, H. 'Byzantine Descriptions of Works of Art.' Dumbarton Oaks Papers 298 (1974) Mullet, M. 'Aristocracy and Patronage in the Literary Circles of Comnenian Constantinople.' The Byzantine Aristocracy (Oxford, 1984) Roilos, P. 'Amphoteroglossia: The Role of Rhetoric in the Medieval Learned Novel.' Der Roman im Byzanz der Komenenzeit. Referate des Internationalen Symposiums an der Freien Universitat Berlin, 3. bis 6. April 1998 (Frankfurt am Main, 2000) Sevcenko, I. 'Levels of Style in Byzantine Literature.' Jahrbuch der osterreichischen Byzantinistik 31 (1981) Usher, M.D. 'The Sixth Sibylline Oracle as a Literary Hymn.' Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 36 (1995) List of Recommended Readings.
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Volume four of this carefully selected collection of critical writings on Greek literature focuses on Greek literature in the Classical period and the Poetics of Drama in Athens. The nine volume set traces the Greek roots of all major literary genres-epic, lyric poetry, tragedy, comedy, history, oratory, and philosophy. With articles by noted scholars including Albert Bates Lord, Milman Parry, Diskin Clay, and Walter Burkert, this nine volume set covers Greek literature from the 6th century BC to the Byzantine era.
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