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(SMITH, Charles Forster). Classical Studies in Honor of Charles Forster Smith. University of Wisconsin Studies in Language and Literature, Number. 3. Madison : (University of Wisconsin), 1919. Pp -190, frontispiece portrait. 8vo, grey printed card covers. Contents : Introductory Poem (by William Ellery Leonard); Introductory Note (by E. A. Birge); The Heracles Myth and Its Treatment by Euripides (by G.L. Hendrickson); The Source of Herodotus' Knowledge of Artabazus (by A. G. Laird); Seneca and the Stoic Theory of Literary Style (by C. N. Smiley); The Plain Style in the Scipionic Circle (by George Converse Fiske); The Olive Crown in Horace. Carm. I:vii, 7 (by Andrew Runni Anderson); The Eternal City (by Grant Showerman); Britain in Roman Literature (by Katharine Allen); A Study of Pindar (by Annie M. Pitman); Lucretius - The Poet of Science (by M. S. Slaughter); An Egyptian Farmer (by W. L. Westermann). Wear to spine ends, spine and margins browned, penned name to front cover, pink stain to back cover and bottom fore-corner of last 50 pages, waterstain to top corner and fore-edge of frontis, else good. 30.00
Title: Classical Studies in Honor of Charles Forster Smith. University of Wisconsin Studies in Language and Literature, Number. 3.
Publisher: University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1919,:
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