Studies on the Text of Suetonius 'De Grammaticis et Rhetoribus'.
Scholars Press, Atlanta, 1992. IX,164p. Paperback. Lower corner front cover slightly dog's eared. 'K. has written with distinction on grammarians and on the transmission of the classics. He is now engaged on a task that happily brings together these two interests, a critical edition, with translation and full commentary, of Suetonius' 'De grammaticis et rhetoribus'. (...) the volume has two main topics. One, covered in Chapter 1 and in the three Appendices, is the relationship of the manuscripts. (...) Chapter 2 is concerned with the other topic, the establishment of the text. K. interestingly tries to quantify the corruptness of the lost Hersfeldensis, on which all our manuscripts depend (...) and is not slow to obelize or emend the text. Much of what he says is convincing, and even where it is not, the argumentation is lucid, fair and informative.' (MICHAEL WINTERBOTTOM in The Classical Review (New Series), 1995, pp.449-50).