By Hose, Martin; Schenker, David J
A significant other to Greek Literature provides a entire advent to the wide variety of texts and literary types produced within the Greek language over the process a millennium starting from the sixth century BCE as much as the early years of the Byzantine Empire.
- Features contributions from a variety of validated specialists and rising students of Greek literature
- Offers accomplished assurance of the various genres and literary varieties produced by means of the traditional Greeks—including epic and lyric poetry, oratory, historiography, biography, philosophy, the radical, and technical literature
- Includes readings that deal with the construction and transmission of old Greek texts, old reception, person authors, and masses more
- Explores the topic of historical Greek literature in cutting edge ways
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The stoic Epictetus never wrote a single line of his meditations; what we have from him is a selection of lessons collected and transcribed from notes by his disciple Arrian, who also assembled the Enchiridion, a collection of sentiments much appreciated by Romantic poets. 60 The variety of available evidence suggests that the production of a literary text in ancient Greece was a dynamic process, influenced by the contexts of literary communication, the purposes of the message, and the variety of the recipients.