INTRODUCTION TO NEW EDITION Statius and the 'Achilleid' Gender Genre Intertexuality Notes Select Bibliography ORIGINAL PREFACE ORIGINAL INTRODUCTION 1. Life of Statius 2. Date of Composition of the 'Achilleid' 3. Theme of the 'Achilleid' 4. Synopsis 5. Sources 6. Language and Style 7.Grammar and Syntax 8. Character-drawing 9. Influence of Statius 10. Manuscripts 11. Bibliography THE TEXT Book I Book II NOTES
... there has also been a recent reissue in paperback of O. A. W. Dilke’s commentary on Statius’ Achilleid, with a new introduction by Bob Cowan. Armed with Dilke in paperback and H’s excellent monograph, university teachers will now be able to consider offering the Achilleid, a manageable text of a little over 1100 lines, to their students.
Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol. 10
This slim volume contains far more than its size suggests; the Latin text of Statius’ Achilleid, an introduction and a learned commentary by D., and an additional introduction and bibliography to this revised edition by C. In a work of commendable philological knowledge, D. provides insightful comments on Statius’ use and manipulation of the Latin language… C.’s new introduction and bibliography enhance an already accomplished volume… the new introduction taken on its own as a source of basic information on Statius and the Achilleid, recommends this book to undergraduates, if only because of the clarity and tone with which C. presents his information.
Size: 216 × 138 mm
Publication: June 3, 2005
Series: Bristol Phoenix Press Classic Editions