Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Volume 88
D. R. Shackleton Bailey
Harvard University Press, 1984 - Literary Criticism - 288 pages
This volume of thirteen essays includes "Tantalus and Anaxagoras," by Ruth Scodel; "Notes on Seneca 'Rhetor, '" by W. S. Watt; "More on Pseudo-Quintilian's Longer Declamations," by D. R. Shackleton Bailey; "Lurius Varus, a Stray Consular Legate," by Ronald Syme; and "Loss of Self, Suffering, Violence: The Modern View of Dionysus from Nietzsche to Girard," by Albert Henrichs.
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