Very Good Condition. No Dust Jacket. From The Publications of the Philological Society XXII Series. vi, 248 pages, size 8.75 inches tall by 5.5 inches with an index. CONTENTS: Preface I. Introduction II. The text of the poems and published work on their language III. Traditional poetic language in Hesiod IV. Repetitions and formulas V. The principle of economy VI. ' Parallels of sound' VII. Versification and enjambement VIII. Un-Homeric word-forms and their dialect sources IX. Traditional alternatives and Hesiod's choice between them X. The accusative plural of a-and o-stems XI. Phrases common to Hesiod and the Odyssey XII. Conclusions Bibliography and Index of works cited. Index of Hesiodic and principal Homeric references. General Index. Index of Greek. Book-in Very Good green boards with gilt lettering-sunning to the spine but the lettering remains bright and distinct, light sunning to the extreme top boards edges. Contents, clean, bright and tightly bound. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Language & Linguistics; ISBN: 063112750X. ISBN/EAN: 9780631127505. Inventory No: F296-1126.
Very Good+ with no dust jacket. 063112750X. Minor discoloration to spine.; Studies the language of the three surviving Hesiodic poems and considers their place in the early Greek hexameter tradition.; Publications of the Philological Society; 248 pages.
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