Donald A. Russell

Donald A. Russell is Emeritus Professor of Classical Literature, University of Oxford, and Emeritus Fellow of St. John’s College, Oxford.

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Cover: The Orator's Education, Volume I: Books 1–2The Orator's Education, Volume I: Books 1–2Quintilian
Russell, Donald A.
HARDCOVER01/10/2002$28.00
Cover: The Orator's Education, Volume II: Books 3–5The Orator's Education, Volume II: Books 3–5Quintilian
Russell, Donald A.
HARDCOVER01/10/2002$28.00
Cover: The Orator's Education, Volume III: Books 6–8The Orator's Education, Volume III: Books 6–8Quintilian
Russell, Donald A.
HARDCOVER01/10/2002$28.00
Cover: The Orator's Education, Volume IV: Books 9–10The Orator's Education, Volume IV: Books 9–10Quintilian
Russell, Donald A.
HARDCOVER01/10/2002$28.00
Cover: The Orator's Education, Volume V: Books 11–12The Orator's Education, Volume V: Books 11–12Quintilian
Russell, Donald A.
HARDCOVER01/10/2002$28.00Temporarily unavailable
Cover: Poetics. Longinus: On the Sublime. Demetrius: On StylePoetics. Longinus: On the Sublime. Demetrius: On StyleAristotle
Halliwell, Stephen
Longinus
Fyfe, W. Hamilton
Demetrius
Innes, Doreen C.
Rhys Roberts, W.
HARDCOVER01/01/1995$28.00
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