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by Ian McAuslan,Peter Walcot

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  • ISBN 0199201668
  • ISBN13 978-0199201662
  • Language English
  • Author Ian McAuslan,Peter Walcot
  • Publisher Oxford University Press (September 13, 1990)
  • Pages 208
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  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory History and Criticism
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This volume collects together 15 studies of Virgil by leading authorities in the field, published between 1972 and 1986 in the journal "Greece and Rome". Virgil (70-19 BC) remains the most important of the Roman poets and his poems the "Eclogues", "Georgics" and Aeneid" continue to command a wide critical interest. All three are discussed here, the emphasis being mainly literary, although historical context is not ignored. Students of Virgil, whether in Latin or in translation, will find that the interests of recent scholarship are all fully represented in articles which concentrate on topics such as symbolism in Virgil, the gods in the "Aeneid", agriculture and the "Georgics", the fall of Troy, Dido's "Hamartia" and the translation of Virgil.

Ian McAuslan, Peter Walcot (ed. : Virgil. Greece & Rome Studies. Pp. vi + 202. Oxford University Press (for the Classical Association), 1990.

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Series: Greece and Rome Studies. Paperback: 240 pages.

ISBN-13: 978-0199203017. Series: Greece and Rome Studies. Publisher: Oxford University Press (July 1, 1993).

It gathers together fifteen studies of Virgil by the leading authorities in the field, published between 1972 and 1986 in Greece and Rome (a journal published by Oxford University Press for the Classical Association).

This is the first volume in the new Greece & Rome Studies series. It gathers together fifteen studies of Virgil by the leading authorities in the field, published between 1972 and 1986 in Greece and Rome (a journal published by Oxford University Press for the Classical Association). Students of Virgil will find that the interests of recent scholarship are all fully rep This is the first volume in the new Greece & Rome Studies series.

Greece & Rome Studies, . I McAuslan, P Walcot. Greek Studies - 1 Humanism and Technique in Greek Studies

Greece & Rome Studies, . Greek Studies - 1 Humanism and Technique in Greek Studies. An Inaugural Lecture Delivered Before the University of Oxford. By E. R. Dodds, Regius Professor of Greek.

Published by Oxford University Press, USA (1990).

Items related to Virgil (Greece and Rome Studies). Virgil (Greece and Rome Studies). ISBN 13: 9780199201662. This volume collects together 15 studies of Virgil by leading authorities in the field, published between 1972 and 1986 in the journal "Greece and Rome". Virgil (70-19 BC) remains the most important of the Roman poets and his poems the "Eclogues", "Georgics" and Aeneid" continue to command a wide critical interest. All three are discussed here, the emphasis being mainly literary, although historical context is not ignored. Published by Oxford University Press, USA (1990).

Greece and Rome Studies.

Obituary: His books enhanced study of the classics . Peter Walcot, who has died aged 77, made a major contribution to the study of classics in Britain, both through his own publications and his untiring efforts to popularise the subject.

This volume contains 16 articles covering Homeric studies, published in the journal Greece and Rome Studies during the last 25 years. Peter Walcot is at University of Wales, College of Cardiff. The contributors include some of the best-known scholars in the field. A new introduction by Richard Rutherford sets these articles, the majority of which have been updated by their authors, in the context of recent developments in Homeric scholarship and appreciation.

This volume is the second to be published in the "Greece & Rome Studies" series. It collects together 17 studies of Greek tragedy by leading authorities in the field, published between 1972 and 1989 in the journal "Greece & Rome" (published by the Oxford University Press for the Classical Association). The articles include treatments of individual plays by all three playwrights, studies of character and imagery, and to begin with, an examination of recent critical assumptions.