Item Details

Print View

Classical Pamphlets: Vol. 32

Format
Book
Language
English
Related Title
The fable as a stylistic test in classical Greek literature.
The principal figures of language and figures of thought in Isaeus and the guardianship speeches of Demosthenes.
Metaphor and comparison in the dialogues of Plato.
The Samos of Herodotus.
The fragments of Athenian comic didascaliae found in Rome.
The use of myths to create suspense in extant Greek tragedy.
Aeschylus.
The consolations of death in ancient Greek literature.
The Gorgianic figures in early Greek prose.
The Cynegeticus.
The Aesopic fables in the Mireoir historical of Jehan de Vignay.
Contents
  • Archibald, H. T. The fable as a stylistic test in classical Greek literature. 1912.
  • Baden, W. W. The principal figures of language and figures of thought in Isaeus and the guardianship speeches of Demosthenes. 1906.
  • Berg, G. O. Metaphor and comparison in the dialogues of Plato. 1904.
  • Cole, E. E. The Samos of Herodotus. 1912.
  • Dittmer, W. A. The fragments of Athenian comic didascaliae found in Rome. 1923.
  • Flint, W. W. The use of myths to create suspense in extant Greek tragedy. [1922]
  • MacLaren, M. Aeschylus. [1932]
  • Moran, Sister M. E. The consolations of death in ancient Greek literature. [1917?]
  • Robertson, J. C. The Gorgianic figures in early Greek prose. 1893.
  • Sanders, H. N. The Cynegeticus. 1903.
  • Snavely, G. E. The Aesopic fables in the Mireoir historical of Jehan de Vignay. 1908.
Notes
A collection of miscellaneous pamphlets on the classical languages.
Technical Details
  • Access in Virgo Classic
  • Staff View

    LEADER 02015nam a22002897a 4500
    001 u2740732
    003 SIRSI
    008 900220uuuuuuuuuxx 000?0 eng d
    035
      
      
    a| (Sirsi) a2740732
    245
    0
    0
    a| Classical pamphlets n| vol. 32
    500
      
      
    a| A collection of miscellaneous pamphlets on the classical languages.
    505
    0
      
    a| Archibald, H. T. The fable as a stylistic test in classical Greek literature. 1912. -- Baden, W. W. The principal figures of language and figures of thought in Isaeus and the guardianship speeches of Demosthenes. 1906. -- Berg, G. O. Metaphor and comparison in the dialogues of Plato. 1904. -- Cole, E. E. The Samos of Herodotus. 1912. -- Dittmer, W. A. The fragments of Athenian comic didascaliae found in Rome. 1923. -- Flint, W. W. The use of myths to create suspense in extant Greek tragedy. [1922] -- MacLaren, M. Aeschylus. [1932] -- Moran, Sister M. E. The consolations of death in ancient Greek literature. [1917?] -- Robertson, J. C. The Gorgianic figures in early Greek prose. 1893. -- Sanders, H. N. The Cynegeticus. 1903. -- Snavely, G. E. The Aesopic fables in the Mireoir historical of Jehan de Vignay. 1908.
    596
      
      
    a| 2
    740
    4
    2
    a| The fable as a stylistic test in classical Greek literature.
    740
    4
    2
    a| The principal figures of language and figures of thought in Isaeus and the guardianship speeches of Demosthenes.
    740
    0
    2
    a| Metaphor and comparison in the dialogues of Plato.
    740
    4
    2
    a| The Samos of Herodotus.
    740
    4
    2
    a| The fragments of Athenian comic didascaliae found in Rome.
    740
    4
    2
    a| The use of myths to create suspense in extant Greek tragedy.
    740
    0
    2
    a| Aeschylus.
    740
    4
    2
    a| The consolations of death in ancient Greek literature.
    740
    4
    2
    a| The Gorgianic figures in early Greek prose.
    740
    4
    2
    a| The Cynegeticus.
    740
    4
    2
    a| The Aesopic fables in the Mireoir historical of Jehan de Vignay.
    999
      
      
    a| PA v.32 w| ALPHANUM i| X000472868 l| STACKS m| ALDERMAN t| BOOK
▾See more
▴See less

Availability

Library Location Map Availability Call Number
Alderman Stacks Map Available