by G. O. Hutchinson
How Latin literature relates to Greek literature is one of the most fundamental questions for Latin literature, and for the reception of Greek. But it has seldom been considered as a whole or in depth. This book aims to open up the subject; it seeks to do this by displaying some of the contexts in which the interaction of literatures should be viewed. It investigates Roman conceptions of their own and Greek literary history as two chronological sequences, artificially separated. It takes the reader all around the Mediterranean ... Read more
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