An Internal Ring Composition in Posidippus' Lithika

@article{Fuqua2008AnIR,
  title={An Internal Ring Composition in Posidippus' Lithika},
  author={Charles L. Fuqua},
  journal={Classical World},
  year={2008},
  volume={102},
  pages={3-12}
}
Posidippus AB 8–10 constitutes an internal echo of the ring composition of the Lithika as a whole. It does so by reminding the reader from another perspective of the two interlocked major themes of the section, the beauty of works of art and royal power. 
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