H. B. GOTTSCHALK, Heraclides of Pontus. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1980. Pp. X, 178; Pr. £ 12.50

H. B. GOTTSCHALK, Heraclides of Pontus. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1980. Pp. X, 178; Pr. £ 12.50 202 because of the importance of the plot. - In their note on a 10-11 1 the authors remark: "la construction de la phrase ne permet pas de decider s'il s'agit des parties de la poesie en general ou des parties de chaque genre; la question n'a guere d'importance car 1'etude de la poesie tend a se confondre avec 1'etude du genre ideal, modele et etalon de tous les autres: la tragedie" : but the ambivalence of ? lies in the fact that it first means 'way of composing' and then 'composition' in the sense of a result or product. - It should have been added that rcov 1tpw'twv refers to and that this ex- plains a 13 01¡ ('well then'). 1455 a 22 7?E?EC is wrongly translated by 'par 1'expression': the dative is a dat. of limitation (cf. 50 a 29 Xibst XCXL 8vavoia Ev - The editors prefer ÈVEpyÉa'tiX'tiX to but the latter is supported by 62 a 17 (the reference to Rhet. 1411 b 25 is irrelevant). - The clumsy phrase 'celui qui voit comme s'il assistait aux actions elles-memes' shows that ó opwv is an interpola- tion (just as a 27 Tov the editors http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mnemosyne Brill

H. B. GOTTSCHALK, Heraclides of Pontus. Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1980. Pp. X, 178; Pr. £ 12.50

Mnemosyne , Volume 38 (1-2): 202 – Jan 1, 1985

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202 because of the importance of the plot. - In their note on a 10-11 1 the authors remark: "la construction de la phrase ne permet pas de decider s'il s'agit des parties de la poesie en general ou des parties de chaque genre; la question n'a guere d'importance car 1'etude de la poesie tend a se confondre avec 1'etude du genre ideal, modele et etalon de tous les autres: la tragedie" : but the ambivalence of ? lies in the fact that it first means 'way of composing' and then 'composition' in the sense of a result or product. - It should have been added that rcov 1tpw'twv refers to and that this ex- plains a 13 01¡ ('well then'). 1455 a 22 7?E?EC is wrongly translated by 'par 1'expression': the dative is a dat. of limitation (cf. 50 a 29 Xibst XCXL 8vavoia Ev - The editors prefer ÈVEpyÉa'tiX'tiX to but the latter is supported by 62 a 17 (the reference to Rhet. 1411 b 25 is irrelevant). - The clumsy phrase 'celui qui voit comme s'il assistait aux actions elles-memes' shows that ó opwv is an interpola- tion (just as a 27 Tov the editors

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