Ancient Greek literature in its living context [by] H.C. Baldry.

New York, McGraw-Hill [1968] .

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Subjects Einführung.
Greek literature -- History and criticism.
Greek literature.
Series Library of the early civilizations.
Description 144 pages illustrations (some color) 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 136-137).
Also issued online.
Summary Applies archaeological techniques and findings to the study of the types of Greek literature.
Contents Part I: Epic and its background -- Iliad and Odyssey -- Who was Homer? -- The date of Homer -- Homer and history -- Homer's legacy -- Part II: Poetry of changing times -- The individual speaks -- Dance and lyric song -- The coral ode -- Part III: Athens and the theatre -- The city -- The festivals of Dionysus -- The origins of tragedy -- Legend in the theatre -- Three plays of Orestes and Electra -- The birth of comedy -- The mission to Hades -- Part IV: The rise of prose -- The beginnings -- The 'father of history' -- The first scientific historian -- The prose of persuasion -- The philosophers -- Part V: After Alexander -- The impact of Macedon -- The scholar-poets of Alexandria -- The creator of the pastoral -- In Roman times.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)308064
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WorldCat Identities Baldry, H. C.
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