Lycurgan Athens and the Making of Classical Tragedy.
Cambridge University Press, 2017. XIII,280p. Paperback. Series: Cambridge Classical Studies. 'Hanink writes in a lucid and engaging style, bringing together the disparate evidential strands, archaeological, epigraphical and literary, into a persuasive synthesis, and handling deftly the balance and interplay between the political and literary aspects of her topic (… ) the book makes a very valuable, well-rounded, contribution to our understanding of the literary, political and monumental aspects of post-fifth-century tragedy in general and its role in the Lycurgan policy agenda in particular; and the lively, well-crafted and accessible style in which it is written will make it attractive to teachers and students as well as useful to researchers.' (STEPHEN LAMBERT in Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2015.04.24).