By Francis M. Dunn (editor), Thomas Cole (editor)
The ways that literary works commence have proved attention-grabbing to readers and critics no less than on account that Aristophanes. This choice of essays offers existence to an issue of perennial curiosity through providing numerous unique readings in approximately the entire significant genres of Greek and Latin literature. the themes of those essays diversity from narrative voices within the establishing of the Odyssey to ideological purposes for Tacitus' selection of a starting within the Histories, and from a survey of establishing units in Greek poetry to the playwright's negotiations with the viewers in Roman comedy. different papers talk about 'false starts off' in Gorgias and Herodotus, the prologues of Greek tragedy, Plato's 'frame' dialogues, behind schedule proems in Virgil, the position of the consumer in Horace, aristocratic beginnings in Seneca, and 'inappropriate' prefaces in Plutarch. by means of embracing various authors and a huge variety of techniques, from formal research of beginning units to post-structural interpretation, those twelve contributions by means of either more youthful and validated students supply a thrilling new viewpoint on beginnings in classical literature.
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Beginnings in Classical Literature (Yale Classical Studies (No. 29)) by Francis M. Dunn (editor), Thomas Cole (editor)