Brill's Companion to Callimachus

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Benjamin Acosta-Hughes, Luigi Lehnus, Susan Stephens
BRILL, 27 lug 2011 - 728 pagine
This volume is the combined effort of over thirty scholars. They analyize Callimachus, the 3rd-century Alexandrian poet, from literary and technical perspectives, reception and influence. It is designed to facilitate the work of scholars and teachers in the classroom.
 

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Indice

Introduction
1
PART ONE THE MATERIAL AUTHOR
21
PART TWO SOCIAL CONTEXTS
153
PART THREE SOURCES AND MODELS
287
PART FOUR PERSONAE
405
PART FIVE CALLIMACHUS AFTERLIFE
509

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Informazioni sull'autore (2011)

Benjamin Acosta-Hughes is professor of Greek and Latin at the Ohio State University. He has published extensively on Hellenistic poetry, most recently "Arion s Lyre. Archaic Lyric into Hellenistic Poetry" (Princeton, 2010). Luigi Lehnus is professor of Classical Philology at the Universit Statale di Milano. A scholar of Archaic lyric, Hellenistic poetry and Roman poetry, he is the editor of the forthcoming Teubner edition of Callimachus fragments. Susan Stephens is Sara Hart Kimball Professor in the Humanities and Professor of Classics at Stanford University. She is the author of "Seeing Double: Intercultural Poetics in Ptolemaic Alexandria" (Berkeley 2003). Contributors include: Benjamin Acosta-Hughes, Marcus Asper, Silvia Barbantani, Alessandro Barchiesi, Giovanni Benedetto, Mario Citroni, Adele- Teresa Cozzoli, Christophe Cusset, Claudio De Stefani, Yannick Durbec, Maria-Rosaria Falivene, Marco Fantuzzi, Annette Harder, Richard Hunter, Nita Krevans, Luigi Lehnus, Emanuele Lelli, Enrico Magnelli, Giulio Massimilla, Andrew Morrison, Peter Parsons, Mark Payne, Ivana Petrovic, Filippomaria Pontani, Lucia Prauscello, velyne Prioux, Allen Romano, Ruth Scodel, Susan Stephens, Gregor Weber.

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