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Greek to Latin Frameworks and Contexts for Intertextuality,9780199670703
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Greek to Latin Frameworks and Contexts for Intertextuality



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Oxford University Press

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Author Biography

Gregory Hutchinson is Professor of Greek and Latin Languages and Literature at the University of Oxford.

Table of Contents

Part I: Time
1. Making Histories
2. Strife and Change
Part II: Space
3. Rome, Villas, South Italy
4. Sicily, Athens, Rest of Greek Mainland, Rhodes
5. Asia, Massilia, Alexandria
Part III: Words
6. Two Languages
7. Transposition and Triads
8. Styles and Settings
9. Trunk and Branches
Part IV: Genre
10. The Landscape of Prose
11. The Grounds of Prose
12. The Grounds of Hexameter Poetry
13. Space and Intertextuality in Hexameters
14. Hexameters: History and Internal Mixture
I. Index of Passages Discussed
II. General Index

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