By P. E. Easterling
The Cambridge heritage of Classical Literature, quantity 1 deals a complete survey of Greek literature from Homer to finish of the interval of sturdy Graeco-Roman civilation within the 3rd century A.D. It embodies the advances made through contemporary classical scholarship and can pay specific awareness to texts that experience turn into recognized nowa days. After its luck in hardcover, this quantity is now being issued in 4 paperback components, delivering person texts on early Greek poetry, Greek drama, philosophy, historical past and oratory, and at the literature of the Hellenistic interval and the Empire. A bankruptcy on books and readers within the Greek global concludes half four. each one half has its personal appendix of authors and works, an inventory of works pointed out, and an index.
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