Originally published in 1987, this book contains the full Greek text of Longinus on the Sublime, alongside the English translation.
Introduction I: Authorship of the Treatise. II: Contents and Character of the Treatise. Text and Translation. Appendices. Appendix A: Textual: With Critical Notes. Appendix B: Linguistic: With a Select Glossary Chiefly of Rhetorical Terms. Appendix C: Literary: With a List of Authors and Quotations. Appendix D: Bibliographical: WIth a Glance at the Influence of the Treatise in Modern Times. Indices. I: Index Rerum. II. Index Nominum. III: Index Graecitatis.
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