Published in 1987: In this volume, the author presents the Three Literary Letters of Dionysius of Halicarnassus. The works of Dionysius are regarded particularly for their value as histories and works of rhetoric.
1. Life 2. Antiquitates Romanae 3. Scripta Rhetorica. Probable order in which they were written. Lost writings 4. Separate works of Literary Criticism 5. Relation of Dionysius as a Literary Critic to the Romans and to the Greeks 6. General Estimate of Dionysius a Literary Critic. His Aims and his Achievements
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