Cover: Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 99 in HARDCOVER

Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 99

Edited by Charles Segal

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$47.50 • £41.95 • €43.95

ISBN 9780674379473

Publication Date: 02/15/2000


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Volume 99 of Harvard Studies in Classical Philology includes the following contributions: Nancy Felson, “Vicarious Transport: Fictive Deixis in Pindar’s Pythian Four”; Douglas E. Gerber, “Pindar, Nemean Six: A Commentary”; Jennifer Clarke Kosak, “Therapeutic Touch and Sophokles’ Philoktetes”; F. S. Naiden, “The Prospective Imperfect in Herodotus”; Thomas A. Schmitz, “‘I Hate All Common Things’: The Reader’s Role in Callimachus’ Aetia Prologue”; Dimitrios Yatromanolakis, “Alexandrian Sappho Revisited”; John T. Ramsey, “Mithridates, the Banner of Ch’ih-yu, and the Comet Coin”; Alexander Jones, “Geminus and the Isia”; Benjamin Victor, “Further Remarks on the Andria of Terence”; Peter E. Knox, “Lucretius on the Narrow Road”; Francis Cairns, “Virgil Eclogue 1.1–2: A Literary Programme?”; Michael Hendry, “Epidaurus, Epirus,…Epidamnus? Vergil Georgics 3.44”; Charles Segal, “Ovid’s Meleager and the Greeks: Trials of Gender and Genre”; John Hunt, “Readings in Apollonius of Tyre”; Bernard Frischer et al., “Word-Order Transference between Latin and Greek: The Relative Position of the Accusative Direct Object and the Governing Verb in Cassius Dio and Other Greek and Roman Prose Authors”; and Craig Kallendorf, “Historicizing the ‘Harvard School’: Pessimistic Readings of the Aeneid in Italian Renaissance Scholarship.”

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