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by E. R. Dodds

Author: E. R. Dodds
Subcategory: Professionals & Academics
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press (December 7, 2000)
Pages: 220 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.9
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In 1912, Dodds won a scholarship at University College, Oxford to read classics, or Literae Humaniores (a two-part four-year degree program consisting of five terms' study . Missing Persons: An Autobiography (1977). Allegorical interpretations of Plato.

In 1912, Dodds won a scholarship at University College, Oxford to read classics, or Literae Humaniores (a two-part four-year degree program consisting of five terms' study of Latin and Greek texts followed by seven terms' study of ancient history and ancient philosophy). Friends at Oxford included Aldous Huxley and T. S. Eliot.

Missing Persons : An Autobiography. This memoir by the late distinguished classicist tells of Dodds' travels from China to San Francisco, his encounters with literary figures including Yeats, Eliot, Auden, and MacNeice, and his conflicting educations in Belfast, Dublin, and Oxford.

Missing Persons book. Missing Persons: An Autobiography (Scholarly Classics). 0198120869 (ISBN13: 9780198120865).

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This memoir by the late distinguished classicist tells of Dodds' travels from China to San Francisco, his encounters with literary figures including Yeats, Eliot, Auden, and MacNeice, and his conflicting educations in Belfast, Dublin, and Oxford.

Missing Persons: An Autobiography. Professor Dodds became Regius Professor of Greek at Oxford and is the author of The Greeks and the Irrational, and in this very well written, carefully composed, and entertaining autobiography he records his own path to the lifelong study of Greek and records also the enlightenment he found in it.

1 Hugh Lloyd-Jones's Justice of Zeus appeared a little later. It is not a counter-blast but a complementary book, a new theme, another new chapter in Greek studies which, yet again, no one else is competent to advance. Recommend this journal.

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Similar books and articles. The Gorgias E. R. Dodds: Plato, Gorgias. Pp. Xxiv + 171; 4 Plates, 1 Map. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1977. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1959.

This memoir by the late distinguished classicist tells of Dodds' travels from China to San Francisco, his encounters with literary figures including Yeats, Eliot, Auden, and MacNeice, and his conflicting educations in Belfast, Dublin, and Oxford. The result is a moving account of one man's instinctive search for an identity in a time of deep moral, political, and aesthetic confusion.