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" It may be well to close the discussion of this topic by referring to Dionysius' account of Plato's failure in his attempt to fuse the two styles. The account is given in the second chapter of the letter to Pompeius. He says in part: "The language of Plato... "
Latinitas and hellēnismos: the influence of the Stoic theory of style as ... - Page 223
by Charles Newton Smiley - 1906 - 271 pages
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The Three Literary Letters: (Ep. Ad Ammaeum I, Ep. Ad Pompeium, Ep. Ad ...

Dionysius (of Halicarnassus.) - Greek literature - 1901 - 232 pages
...Plato in the treatise on the Attic Orators. I will quote the passage in the words there written1. ' The language of Plato, as I have said before, aspires...unite two several styles, the elevated and the plain. But it does not succeed equally in both. When it uses the plain, simple, and unartificial mode of expression,...
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Bulletin: Philology and Literature Series, Volume 3

University of Wisconsin - History - 1904
...^piJcri/ta Kal avayKaia. fl TiJV JTOfi.irtKrjV KCU. atiaft.a.TtKrjV KO.I iyKO.Ta.a'KVOV, KM TOV It may be well to close the discussion of this topic...two several styles, the elevated and the plain, (rov re. ui/^XoS icoi to^vou). But it does not succeed equally well at both. When it uses the plain, simple,...
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Latinitas and Hellēnismos: The Influence of the Stoic Theory of Style as ...

Charles Newton Smiley - Latin language - 1906 - 271 pages
...aL<afa.TLKrv Kai еукатасткеггау, Kai TOUS TrteVovs TrpotjetX^c^v'uiv Koo"/Aovs. It may be well to close the discussion of this topic...unite two several styles, the elevated and the plain, (TOV те nf/r\ov ка1 o-xvo) . But it does not succeed equally well at both. When it uses...
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Bulletin of the University of Wisconsin. Philology and liter, Volume 3

Wisconsin. University of Wisconsin - Philology - 1907
...avra ra^p^tri/ia icat a.vayKa'ia. i) Ti;r Trou.-xiK.ijv KCU d^uo/iartK^i' KOI ^yKarcuTKtvov, Kot roiif It may be well to close the discussion of this topic...Pompeius. He says in part: "The language of Plato s I have said before, aspires to unite two several styles, the elevated and the plain, (TOV w/^XoS...
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Greek Literature

P. E. Easterling, Bernard MacGregor Walker Knox - Literary Collections - 1985 - 936 pages
...the degree required, he deserves censure. (De Thuc. 51) On Plato Dionysius is comparably balanced: The language of Plato, as I have said before, aspires...unite two several styles, the elevated and the plain. But it does not succeed equally in both . . . Let no one suppose that I say this in general condemnation...
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The Cambridge History of Classical Literature: Volume 1, Greek Literature ...

P. E. Easterling, B. M. W. Knox - History - 1989 - 278 pages
Studies the revolutionary movement represented by some Hellenistic poets and those authors surviving from the imperial period.
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