BROCK, R., and A.J. WOODMAN, (eds.),
Papers of the Leeds International Latin Seminar. Eight Volume 1995. Roman Comedy, Augustan Poetry, Historiography.
Francis Cairns c/o The University, Leeds, 1995. X,307p. Cloth wrps. Nice copy. Series: ARCA, Classical and Medieval Texts, Papers and Monographs, 33.Dedicated to Ronald Martin, for his 80th birthday. A.o.: W. GEOFFREY ARNOTT: Armory Scenes in Plautus (pp.1-19); R. MALTBY: The Distribution of Greek Loan-Words in Plautus (pp.31-71); F. CAIRNS: Horace's First Roman Ode (3.1) (pp.91-143); E.J. KENNEY: 'Dear Helen...': The Pithanotate Prophasis? (pp.187-209); R. BROCK: Versions, 'Inversions' and Evasions: Classical Historiography and the 'Published' Speech (pp.209-225); A.J. WOODMAN: A Death in the First Act: Tacitus, Annals 1.6 (pp.257-275). 'A full appreciation of so rich and varied a collection is well beyond my competence. (...) Two features of these essays stand out. First is their pronounced conservatism of conception and method.' (...) The second noteworthy feature is the overall success of this conservatism.' (SANDER M. GOLDBERG in Bryn Mawr Classical Review 96.1.6). From the library of the late Prof. W. Geoffrey Arnott.