Trasnsactions of the American Philogical Association.
Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins Press, 2003. 8vo. 391 pp. Crisp, clean copy. Autumn 2003, Volume 133, Number 2. 7 parts: Michael Gagarin: Telling stories in Athenian law, J. Marks: Alternative Odysseys: The case of Thoas and Odysseus, Svetla Slaveva-Griffin: Of Gods, Philosophers, and Charioteers: Content and Form in Parmenidas' Proem and Platos Phaedrus, Lora Holland: Myth and plot in Euripides Medea, Gabriel Danzig: Apologizing for Socrates: Plato and Xenophon on Socrates' behavior in court, Monica R. Gale: Poetry and the backward glance in Virgil's Georgics and Aeneid, Neil W. Bernstein: Ancestors, status, and self-presentation in Statius' Thebaid, and Glenn W. Most: Violets in crucibles: translating, traducing, transmuting. Fine Paperback (Item ID: 55297)