Critical Assessments of Classical Authors allow researchers and students in classical studies and classical literature to access a wide range of articles on key figures and movements in Greek and Latin literature. These comprehensive collections gather together in one place for the first time articles which are otherwise scattered and often difficult to obtain, providing an ideal research or teaching tool. Edited by leaders in the field, each set also includes critical commentary and new introductions. The next set after the one detailed below will be Greek Tragedy: Critical Assessments, due in 2001.
By Philip Hardie
July 09, 1999
Virgil:Critical Assessments collects eighty-four of the most important articles on Virgil published in the last hundred years, many of which remain the starting-points for modern scholarship and criticism. The set gathers together articles from a wide range of journals in English, as well as from ...