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Title Fame and infamy : essays on characterization in Greek and Roman biography and historiography / Rhiannon Ash, Judith Mossman, and Frances B. Titchener.

Published Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2015.

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Edition First edition.
Physical description 1 online resource : illustration (black and white)
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This collection of 24 new essays by Classical scholars on Greek and Roman historiography and biography considers from a fresh perspective the central question of how characterisation evolves in these two major Classical genres. The volume is wide-reaching, both in the time-periods and authors considered, ranging from Herodotus to Cassius Dio, and from Cicero to Suetonius and beyond. The contributors offer close readings of individual texts and overarching engagement with questions of how and why characterisation in the ancient world develops as it does.
Notes Description based on online resource; title from home page (viewed on September 9, 2015).
Other author Ash, Rhiannon, editor.
Mossman, Judith, editor.
Titchener, Frances B., 1954- editor.
Subject Biography -- To 500.
Historiography -- Rome.
Historiography -- Greece -- History -- To 1500.
ISBN 9780191799174 (ebook) : No price