LIBRI AD MNEMOSYNEN MISSI J. G. J. A bbenes , S. R. S lings , I. S luiter (eds.), Greek Literary Theory after Aristotle. A collection of papers in honour of D. M. Schenkeveld. XVIII, 328 p. Amsterdam, VU University Press, 1995. Pr. $40.00. On the occasion of his sixtieth birthday in 1994 and his retirement one year later as professor of Greek language and literature, Dirk Schenkeveld was hon- oured with a well-deserved Festschrift , which begins with a useful bibliography of his publications up to 1995 and of several forthcoming items (it would be worth- while to collect at least part of this scattered material in a volume of Kleine Schriften ). The papers by scholars of various provenance re ect Schenkeveld’s contributions to various specialities, and they are of great interest to students of ancient lin- guistics, of ancient literary criticism and philology, and of ancient philosophy and rhetoric. Here they are: W. W. Fortenbaugh, Theophrastus, Source no. 709 FHS&G — P. Swiggers and A. Wouters, Poetics and Grammar: From Technique to T¡xnh — L. Calboli Montefusco, Cicero and the Division of Virtue —J. Wisse, Greeks, Romans and the Rise of Atticism —J. I. Porter,
Mnemosyne – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2001
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