`Owls to Athens: Essays on Classical Subjects for Sir Kenneth Dover by E. M. Craik

`Owls to Athens: Essays on Classical Subjects for Sir Kenneth Dover

EditorE. M. Craik

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Sir Kenneth Dover, now Chancellor of the University of St Andrews, is an outstanding Greek scholar of international reputation. Among his many publications are books on Greek homosexuality and popular morality, and magisterial editions of Thucydides and Aristophanes. Former pupils andcolleagues, themselves distinguished scholars (including Emeritus Professors A. Andrewes, I. G. Kidd, Sir Hugh Lloyd-Jones, D. A. Russell; Professors P. Barron, D. M. Lewis, D. M. MacDowell, R. G. M. Nisbet, M. L. West; and many others) have contributed to this seventieth-birthday tribute, on topicsranging from dramatic and other poetry to history, society, art, language, metre and rhythm, and texts and scholars.

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E. M. Craik is at University of St Andrews.
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Title:`Owls to Athens: Essays on Classical Subjects for Sir Kenneth DoverFormat:HardcoverDimensions:430 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.22 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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'If one's mind can seem like a desert when the question of contributing to such a volume arises, it can easily feel spoilt for choice in contemplating the product of so distinguished a collective. The Pieces ... will take their place in the professional literature of their subjects, to go onbeing quoted, some ... for a very long time.'E.W. Handley, Trinity College, Cambridge, The Classical Review, Vol. XLIII, No. 1, 1993