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Cleon, Knights, and Aristophanes' Politics
     

Cleon, Knights, and Aristophanes' Politics

by Lowell Edmunds
 

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"A thorough reexamination of an often analyzed text, producing excellent results through close attention to the choice of words, ideas, and images. This book marks decisive progress in our understanding Aristophanes' Knights."—CHOICE

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"A thorough reexamination of an often analyzed text, producing excellent results through close attention to the choice of words, ideas, and images. This book marks decisive progress in our understanding Aristophanes' Knights."—CHOICE

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...thorough, political discussion...
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A thorough reexamination of an often analyzed text, producing excellent results through close attention to the choice of words, ideas, and images. This book marks decisive progress in our understanding Aristophanes' Knights.
— Kurt A. Raaflaub, Brown University
CHOICE
...a learned book, written in a compressed and scholarly style....Scholars of Athenian literature and politics will certainly need this book, including graduate students and advanced undergraduates with some classical training. Required for all university libraries, and recommended for undergraduate libraries with collections in classical studies.
CHOICE - Kurt A. Raaflaub
A thorough reexamination of an often analyzed text, producing excellent results through close attention to the choice of words, ideas, and images. This book marks decisive progress in our understanding Aristophanes' Knights.

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ISBN-13:
9780819166814
Publisher:
UPA
Publication date:
11/25/1987
Pages:
104
Product dimensions:
6.16(w) x 9.28(h) x 0.62(d)

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Kurt A. Raaflaub
A thorough reexamination of an often analyzed text, producing excellent results through close attention to the choice of words, ideas, and images. This book marks decisive progress in our understanding Aristophanes' Knights.

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Lowell Edmunds is Professor of Classics and Chairman of the Department of Classics at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.

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