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Three Greek critics

G. M. A. Grube

Three Greek critics

by G. M. A. Grube

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Published by U. of T. Press in Toronto .
Written in English


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6 comic dramatists besides Aristophanes (his is the only extant work) Called "Old Comedy" (Menander's plays are considered to be Greek "New Comedy") commentary on contemporary society, politics, literature, and Peloponnesian War. *Based on a "happy idea" - a private peace with a warring power or sex strike to stop war exaggerated, farcical. Hugo Three Month Language Courses. This new series of self-study language courses prepares the traveler to start speaking Greek immediately. Each pack contains a page book with grammar lessons, conversation drills put into context, relevant word lists, and graded exercises to ensure total comprehension when used in conjunction with the four audiotapes.

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THREE GREEK CRITICS' G. GRUBE PLATO banished the poets from his ideal Republic. This, and often little else, is remembered in every discussion of ancient criticism. Banishing the poets, however, is not Plato's only, nor indeed his chief contribution to the history of criticism, though it is a contribution of some importance.

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Nineteen thematic chapters provide a repertoire of the various terms and concepts of ancient literary criticism. The relevant witnesses are extensively quoted in Greek and English translation. A glossary of Greek terms (with translation) and several indices enable the book also to be used for : Hardcover.

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