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by Oliver Taplin

Author: Oliver Taplin
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press (September 7, 2000)
Pages: 624 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.9
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A New Perspective, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 2000

In 2008 Taplin took part in the programme "Greek and Latin Voices" for the BBC where he gave a talk on Homer and translated the Homeric texts for the programme. Taplin retired as Tutor in Classics at Magdalen College, Oxford in 2008. A New Perspective, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 2000.

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8 Romanized Greeks and Hellenized Romans: Later Greek literature fane L. Lightfoot. With the book as a whole we hope It will prove the reverse, Oliver Taplin Oxford 30 September 1999. List of illustrations. He has written on the Greek theatre, oratory, and music, and his first book is The Athenian Institution of the 'Khoregia':The Chorus, the City and the Stage (Cambridge, 2000).

Literature in the Greek and Roman Worlds: a New Perspective. Pp. xv + 596, with 40 illustrations and 11 maps.

His books include 'Homeric Soundings' (Oxford, 1992) and 'Comic Angels' (Oxford, 1993). Even though this book is by no means a comprehensive look at literature in the Greek world, this may be a strength- it treats some scholarly issues in an refreshing way, and leaves it to the reader to find out more. Highly recommended for aspiring Hellenists.

Oliver Taplin, Emeritus Professor of Classics Oliver Taplin. Oxford University Press, 2000 - 596 sayfa. This book consists of seventeen essays by a team of international scholars exploring aspects of the reception of literature from the earliest surviving Greek poetry to the demise of classical literature at the end of the Roman empire.

Our present appreciation of Greek and Roman literature should be informed and influenced by consideration of what . The past, for all its alienness, affects and changes the present

Our present appreciation of Greek and Roman literature should be informed and influenced by consideration of what it was originally appreciated for. The past, for all its alienness, affects and changes the present. The focus of this book - its new perspective - is on the 'receivers' of literature: readers, spectators, and audiences. Six contributors, drawn from both sides of the Atlantic, explore the various and changing interactions between the makers of literature and their audiences or readers from the beginning of the Roman empire to the end of the classical era. The.

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Our present appreciation of Greek and Roman literature should be informed and influenced by consideration of what it was originally appreciated for.

This book consists of seventeen essays by a team of international scholars exploring aspects of the reception of literature from the earliest surviving Greek poetry to the demise of classical literature at the end of the Roman empire. Deploying fresh insights to map out lively and provocative surveys, the contributors examine all genres of the classical world--epic, lyric, tragedy, comedy, history, philosophy, rhetoric, epigram, elegy, pastoral, satire, biography, epistle, declamation, panegyric--in search of answers to the questions of who were the genres for and what did these people make of them.