A history of Greek literature. Translated by James Willis and Cornelis de Heer.


New York, Crowell [1966] .

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Standard Title Geschichte der griechischen Literatur. English
Subjects Greek literature -- History and criticism.
Greek literature.
LitteĢrature grecque.
Description xviii, 921 pages 26 cm
Copyright Date [1966]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Summary From the speculative beginnings before Homer all the way through to Greek works under the Roman empire. Includes summaries of important works.
Contents Preface to the second edition -- Introduction to the first edition -- I. The transmission of Greek literature -- II. The beginnings -- III. The Homeric epic -- A. The Iliad and Odyssey -- B. The epic cycle -- C. The Homeric hymns -- D. Other works attributed to Homer -- IV. The archaic period -- A. Hesiod -- B. Archaic epic after Hesiod -- C. Early lyric poetry -- D. Folk-tales -- E. Religious literature -- F. The beginnings of philosophy -- G. Mature archaic lyric: Theognis; The epigram and the scolion; Anacreon; Songwriters on the mainland; Choral lyric -- H. Philosophy at the end of the archaic period -- I. The beginnings of science and historiography -- I. Beginnings of drama -- V. The flowering of the Greek city state -- A. Beginning and culmination of the classical period: Aeschylus; Sophocles; Other forms of poetry; Damon and the theory of music; Herodotus; Other historians; Philosophy -- B. The enlightenment and its opponents: the Sophists and the beginnings of rhetoric; Euripides; Other tragic writers; Other poetry; Political comedy; Political writings; Thucydides; The sciences; Socrates -- C. The fourth century up to Alexander: Plato and the Academy; Aristotle and the Peripatos; The art of rhetoric; Historiography; Drama; Other forms of poetry -- VI. The Hellenistic age -- A. Athens: New comedy; Attic prose; The philosophical systems -- B. The new centres: General characteristics; Callimachus; Theocritus; Apollonius; Epigram; Drama; Other poetry; Historiography; The sciences; Pseudopythagorean literature; Jewish-Hellenistic literature -- VII. The empire -- A. Poetry -- B. Prose: Plutarch; The second Sophistic; Historiographers and periegetes; Prose romance an epistolography; The second sophistic in the later era; Philosophy; The sciences.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)308152
(OCoLC)ocm00308152
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WorldCat Identities Lesky, Albin, 1896-
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