Originally published in 1939, this book addresses the literary treatises written by Greek historian and rhetorician Dionysius of Halicarnassus. Bonner studies the scholar's devotion to the imitation and detailed analysis of the finest Greek examples, and the hierarchical system in which Dionysius installs them. This book will be of use to anyone with an interest in ancient rhetoric.... cites VIII, 64: oa#39;ooopooia#39;Jvrlv ydp hqpofioon cti a6M1; Kori 6:8e10tv Tiliv npaocouAcvcov Exoa#39;opnoav Acna#39;i a#39;rfiv Aca#39;tvnxpug Achweiplorv, a#39;rfis Oa#39;la#39;lTb a#39;rca#39; ... 165v a#39; rroheuioov KQTGa#39;ITNXYAcVTES just as one would be said, not 115 nape: 165v Geca#39;bv 6py1a#39;j qaofieioeal, but 11a#39;a) aquot;raw esca#39;bv 6py1a#39;w. ... It is intended by Dionysius as an appendix, to be taken in close conjunction with the larger work. ... 37-8. has led Dionysius to do less than justice in many 96 DIONYSIUS OF HALICARNASSUS.
|Title||:||The Literary Treatises of Dionysius of Halicarnassus|
|Author||:||S. F. Bonner|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2013-08-01|