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Stesichorus : the poems
Stesichorus
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2014
Introduction -- Text and critical apparatus -- Commentary. The games for Pelias ; Geryoneis ; Helen and Palinodes ; Eriphyle ; Europeia ; Thebais? ; Sack of Troy ; Cerberus ; Cycnus ; The returns ; The returns? ; Oresteia ; Scylla ; Boarhunters ; Unplaced fragments ; Fragments perhaps by Stesichorus ; Spurious fragments ; Fragments conjecturally ascribed to Stesichorus.
Baker Berry PA4435.S8 A14 2014

Hippolytos
Euripides
Boston : De Gruyter, [2015]
Baker Berry PA3976.G5 H57 2015

Wespen
Aristophanes
Boston : De Gruyter, [2014]
Baker Berry PA3875 .V5 2014

Hekabe
Euripides
New York : Walter de Gruyter, ©2008
Baker Berry PA3973.H3 M38 2008

Alkestis
Euripides
New York : Walter de Gruyter, ©2008
Baker Berry PA3973.A5 S43 2008

The spell of Hypnos : sleep and sleeplessness in ancient Greek literature
Montiglio, Silvia, 1960-
New York : I.B. Tauris, 2016
Sleep was viewed as a boon by the ancient Greeks: sweet, soft, honeyed, balmy, care-loosening, as the Iliad has it. But neither was sleep straightforward, nor safe. It could be interrupted, often by a dream. It could be the site of dramatic intervention by a god or goddess. It might mark the transition in a narrative relationship, as when Penelope for the first time in weeks slumbers happily through Odysseus' vengeful slaughter of her suitors. Silvia Montiglio's imaginative and comprehensive study of the topic illuminates the various ways writers in antiquity used sleep to deal with major aspects of plot and character development. The author shows that sleeplessness, too, carries great weight in classical literature. Doom hangs by a thread as Agamemnon - in Iphigenia in Aulis - paces, restless and sleepless, while around him everyone else dozes on. Exploring recurring tropes of somnolence and wakefulness in the Iliad, the Odyssey, Athenian drama, the Argonautica and ancient novels by Xenophon, Chariton, Heliodorus and Achilles Tatius, this is a unique contribution to better understandings of ancient Greek writing.
Baker Berry PA5030.S54 M66 2016

Anaxandrides : introduction, translation, commentary
Anaxandrides
Heidelberg : Verlag Antike, [2015]
Baker Berry PA3866 .A3 2015

Coelii Sedulii De quatuor Evangelistis ex libro primo Operis Paschalis, vulgati circa annum CCCC. XXXIV
Sedulius, active 5th century
[Lexington, Ky.], [Anvil Press], [1955]
Baker Berry Harvard PA6658.S6 E5 1955

Nikochares-Xenophon : Einleitung, Übersetzung, Kommentar
Christian Orth
Heidelberg : VA, Verlag Antike, [2015]
Nikochares -- Philonikos -- Philyllios -- Poliochos -- Polyzelos -- Sannyrion -- Theochares -- Xenophon.
Baker Berry PA3161 .N54 2015

Teaching classics in English schools, 1500-1840
Adams, Matthew (Classicist)
Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015
Baker Berry PA78.E53 A33 2015

Il Culex trascritto e annotato da Giovanni Boccaccio : Cod. Laur. Plut. 33, 31, fogli 17r-24r
a cura di Angelo Floramo e Roberta Cervani
Trieste : Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2015
Baker Berry PA6958 .C8 2015

Poesia e teologia nella produzione latina dei secoli IV -V : atti della X Giornata ghisleriana di filologia classica, Pavia, 16 maggio 2013
a cura di Fabio Gasti - Michele Cutino
Pavia (PV) - Pavia : Pavia University Press, giugno 2015
Baker Berry PA6053 .P645 2013

Roman literary cultures : domestic politics, revolutionary poetics, civic spectacle
edited by Alison Keith and Jonathan Edmondson
London : University of Toronto Press, [2016]
"Drawing on the historicizing turn in Latin literary scholarship, Roman Literary Cultures combines new critical methods with traditional analysis across four hundred years of Latin literature, from mid-republican Rome in the second century BC to the Second Sophistic in the second century AD. The contributors explore Latin texts both famous and obscure, from Roman drama and Menippean satire through Latin elegies, epics, and novels to letters issued by Roman emperors and compilations of laws. Each of the essays in this volume combines close reading of Latin literary texts with historical and cultural contextualization, making the collection an accessible and engaging combination of formalist criticism and historicist exegesis that attends to the many ways in which classical Latin literature participated in ancient Roman civic debates."--
Baker Berry PA6041 .R64 2016

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