Classical Studies in Honor of Charles Forster Smith. University of Wisconsin Studies in Language and Literature, Number. 3.


(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 [1]-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.

Author Name: SMITH, Charles Forster FISKE, George Converse PITMAN, Annie M. SMILEY, C.N.

Categories: 888,

Publisher: University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1919,:

Seller ID: 97592

Keywords: FESTSCHRIFT GREEK LITERARY CLASSICS SCHOLARSHIP LITERATURE CLASSICAL STUDIES CLASTU,