1st Edition

A History of Classical Greek Literature From Homer to Aristotle

By T. A. Sinclair Copyright 1934
    433 Pages
    by Routledge

    First Published in 1934, this book gives a general survey of the history of classical Greek literature from Homer to Aristotle. It discusses important themes like Homeric criticism and the Homeric question; elegiac poetry; lyric poetry; myth and history in verse; Heraclitus and philosophy in prose; the scientific study of history; origins of tragedy; origins of comedy; changes in the fourth century; and Aristotle and the end of the classical period. This is a must read for students of Greek literature and history of classical literature.

    Preface 1. Epic Poetry 2. Elegiac, Iambic and Lyric (Melic) Poetry 3. From Myth to History and Philosophy 4. Drama 5. The Fourth Century Short Bibliography Index


    T.A. Sinclair