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KOKOLAKIS, M.M.,

ISBN 10: 9601613234 ISBN 13: 9789601613239

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About this Item: Condition: Antiquarian. Ekdoseis Pataki, Athina, 2004. 343p. Paperback. With author?s dedication on free endpaper. From the library of the late Prof. W. Geoffrey Arnott. Antiquarian. Seller Inventory # 27405

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About this Item: Condition: Antiquarian. Private Presses, (Typographeion Myrtidou), Athens, 1962. 114p. Sewn. Note from WGA on front cover. With author's dedication on free endpaper. (Rare). In New Greek. 'Although it does not say on the cover, this work is identical with an article published by the author in Athina, 1962. (? But on the front cover of this copy this is clearly stated). Most of it deals with frags. 416 and 417 Koerte. I am not convinced by his arguments for the unity of the former (.). But there is much to be said for his opinion that in frag. 416 'kataluseis' has no reference to inns, but merely means 'make an end, die'. (.) On frags. 417 and 420 he effectively opposes attempts to see references to Stoicism, and in his final section he brings a judicious scepticism to bear on speculative reconstruction of the plot.' ( F.H. SANDBACH in The Classical Review (New Series), 1963, pp.340-41). From the library of the late Prof. W. Geoffrey Arnott. Antiquarian. Seller Inventory # 25633

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About this Item: Condition: Antiquarian. Private Presses, Athinai, 1976. 229p. Sewn. Unopened. With author's dedication on free endpaper. (Rare). In New Greek. From the library of the late Prof. W. Geoffrey Arnott. Antiquarian. Seller Inventory # 25439

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About this Item: Condition: Antiquarian. Private presses (Ph. Boukouri), Athens, 1960. 95p. Sewn. Some pen on front cover. (Rare). 'The present paper has developed as a counterfoil to an earlier, yet unpublished, study of Lucian as a source of technical information on the theatre of his period. Indeed, in the course of the examination of relevant passages in that sophist and his contemporaries, the writer grew more and more curious to find to what extent Lucian's indulgence in similes and metaphors drawn from the theatre was the result of a direct contact with stage people, as argued by Householder, or due to an adherance to exablished literary conventions. He then concluded that, whereas scenic figures probably came to Lucian by way of the rhetorical schools, popular philosophers and earlier writers, Lucian's own tastes as well as his individual technique are maily responible for his extensive use of the figures. But, at the same time, many of his comparisons, whatever their ultimate sponsorship, probably took shape and were brought up-to-date to meet current stage practices.' (From the preface by the author). From the library of the late Prof. W. Geoffrey Arnott. Antiquarian. Seller Inventory # 24932

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