Greek Literature: Greek literature in the Byzantine period

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Gregory Nagy
Psychology Press, 2001 - Всего страниц: 458
This is part of a nine-volume collection of critical writings on Greek literature, from 6th century BC to the Byzantine era, which traces the Greek roots of all major literary genres: epic, lyric poetry, tragedy, comedy, history, oratory, and philosophy.
 

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From Ephrem to Romanos
1
Usher
55
Robert Browning
103
Elizabeth and Michael Jeffreys
134
Kustas
179
Ihor Sevcenko
199
George T Dennis
235
Alexander Kazhdan
245
Reappraisal of the Prodromic Poems
301
Ruth Macrides
341
Constantinople
409
Panagiotis Roilos
439
Copyright Acknowledgments
457
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Gregory Nagy is Professor of Classics at Harvard University and Director of the Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, D.C. He has written and edited numerous books on Greek literature, including Homeric Questions, The Everyman's Library The Iliad, Greek Mythology and Poetics, and Poetry as Performance.

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