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Euripidea Tertia (David Kovacs) Hardcover Book, (Brill, 2003) 9789004129771
Euripidea Tertia (David Kovacs) Hardcover Book, (Brill, 2003) 9789004129771
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Title: Euripidea Tertia

Author: Kovacs, David

Publisher: Brill; Publication Date: 2003

Hardcover; ISBN: 9789004129771

Volumes: 1; Pages: x, 196

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Euripidea Tertia is a companion volume to the Loeb Classical Library edition of Euripides. It discusses places in the text primarily of the late plays where the editor's choice of variants or adoption of conjectures required some explanation and also places where the translation needed explaining. The plays covered are Iphigenia Taurica, Ion, Helen, Phoenissae, Orestes, Bacchae, Iphigenia Aulidensis, and Rhesus, with addenda on earlier plays. Reviewers of the earlier volumes Euripidea and Euripidea Altera have commented on the cogency and sensitivity of his textual arguments. Serious students of Euripides, tragedy, textual criticism, and Greek metre will all want to read this book.Readership: All those interested in Greek tragedy, Greek textual criticism, and Greek metre.David Kovacs, Ph.D. (1976) in Classical Philology, Harvard University, is Professor of Classics at the University of Virginia. He has edited Euripides for the Loeb Classical Library (1994) and written articles and monographs on Greek tragedy, Greek lyric, and Ovid.Euripidea Tertia is a companion volume to the Loeb Classical Library edition of Euripides. It discusses places in the text primarily of the late plays where the editor's choice of variants or adoption of conjectures required some explanation and also places where the translation needed explaining. The plays covered are Iphigenia Taurica, Ion, Helen, Phoenissae, Orestes, Bacchae, Iphigenia Aulidensis, and Rhesus, with addenda on earlier plays. Reviewers of the earlier volumes Euripidea and Euripidea Altera have commented on the cogency and sensitivity of his textual arguments. Serious students of Euripides, tragedy, textual criticism, and Greek metre will all want to read this book.Readership: All those interested in Greek tragedy, Greek textual criticism, and Greek metre.David Kovacs, Ph.D. (1976) in Classical Philology, Harvard University, is Professor of Classics at the University of Virginia. He has edited Euripides for the Loeb Classical Library (1994) and written articles and monographs on Greek tragedy, Greek lyric, and Ovid.
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