Collected Works of Richard Claverhouse Jebb, Volume 2

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A&C Black, Jun 1, 2002 - Philosophy - 3741 pages
 

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Contents

I
1
The first appearance of the Hellenes
10
The Homeric language
16
The Greek minstrel in the Odyssey
40
The human types in Homeric poetry
47
The forın of Homeric poetry
60
Divine and human action
66
GREEK EPIC POETRY
72
His feeling for the power of music
168
Affinity of Pindars spirit to that of Attic Drama
174
The satyrchorus
181
Distinctive traits of the three masters
189
his happy life
204
VII
217
Antagonism of the Comic Poets
226
Popularity of Euripides in all later times
233

The divine agency
78
Tone of social intercourse
86
Style of Hesiod compared with the Homeric
103
Elegiac poets and their themes
111
Causes which led to the decline of Greek Lyric Poetry
138
Life of Pindar
144
Characteristics of Pindars poetry
150
Analysis of the first Olympian
160
Pindars relation to Epic poetry
161
His work as tried by the highest Hellenic standard
239
Roman modification of the Greek play
244
VIII
252
Hesiod as a teacher 104
257
The Greek influence on Rome
272
Some other poets
278
Its two main branches
287
The Greek definition of Epic
288

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