Voice and Voices in Antiquity

TitleVoice and Voices in Antiquity
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2016
EditorSlater, N
Ancient AuthorsPlato Phil. (TLG 0059), Aeschylus Trag. (TLG 0085), Marcus Tullius Cicero (PHI 0474), Plutarchus Biogr., Phil. (TLG 0007), Homerus Epic. (TLG 0012), Hesiodus Epic. (TLG 0020), Pindarus Lyr. (TLG 0033), Quintus Horatius Flaccus (PHI 0893)
Series TitleMnemosyne Supplements 396
Number of Pages444 pp.
PublisherBrill
CityLeiden
ISBN9789004327306 (hbk); 9789004329737 (ebook)
Abstract

Voice and Voices in Antiquity surveys the changing concept of voice and voices in oral traditions and subsequent literary genres of antiquity, both fictional (authorial and characterized) and historical, and from Greece and the Near East to the western Roman Empire. [http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com/content/books/9789004329737]

DOI10.1163/9789004329737
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BMCR 2017.07.30 Hannah Silverblank

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