Readership: For students and scholars interested in classical studies, especially Greek and Latin Literature, and the reception of ancient Greek in Rome.
G. O. Hutchinson, Professor of Greek and Latin Languages and Literature, University of Oxford
Gregory Hutchinson is Professor of Greek and Latin Languages and Literature at the University of Oxford.
Part I: Time
1: Making Histories
2: Strife and Change
Part II: Space
3: Rome, Villas, South Italy
4: Sicily, Athens, Rest of Greek Mainland, Rhodes
5: Asia, Massilia, Alexandria
Part III: Words
6: Two Languages
7: Transposition and Triads
8: Styles and Settings
9: Trunk and Branches
Part IV: Genre
10: The Landscape of Prose
11: The Grounds of Prose
12: The Grounds of Hexameter Poetry
13: Space and Intertextuality in Hexameters
14: Hexameters: History and Internal Mixture
I: Index of Passages Discussed
II: General Index
Click here to read Gregory Hutchinson's blog post on 'Greeks and Romans: Literary influence on languages and ethnicities'