Selections from Greek authors for translation at sight by John B. Kendrick

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StatementArranged by John B. Kendrick ...
GenreComposition and exercises.
LC ClassificationsPA258 .K5
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Pagination30 p.
Number of Pages30
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Open LibraryOL24184255M
LC Control Number10024055

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It consists of three sections. The first contains a series of sequences which tell a particular story, each sequence being introduced by a brief account of the context; the majority of the sequences are from prose authors.

There are also a fewFormat: Paperback. Patricia Rosenmeyer, an authority on the history of the Greek letter, assembles in this book a representative selection of such 'literary letters', from Aelian and Alciphron to Philostrartus and the supposed letters of Themistocles.

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