This volume presents some twenty-five papers by the late great scholar T.C.W. Stinton, most previously published only in specialized journals. Dealing with a wide range of topics surrounding Greek tragedy, the papers include discussions of Euripides on the judgement of Paris, Iphigeneia and the bears of Brauron, the riddle at Colonus, Horation echoes, and Phaedrus and folklore.56 But apart from technical literature, in which Thucydides may for this purpose be included, this objective usage is hardly ever found in ... is very improbable here, and a#39;through the beasta#39;s cause of persuasiona#39; though just possible, would need xg for xag, giving an odd word-order. ... This kind of account is rejected by Rawlings as outmoded, but I do not see that his more sophisticated analysis, in which heanbsp;...
|Title||:||Collected Papers on Greek Tragedy|
|Author||:||T. C. W. Stinton|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press on Demand - 1990|