GREEK LYRIC IMAGERY: PROBLEMS OF INTERPRETATION

@article{Henderson2014GREEKLI,
  title={GREEK LYRIC IMAGERY: PROBLEMS OF INTERPRETATION},
  author={W. Henderson},
  journal={Akroterion},
  year={2014},
  volume={43}
}
1. Introduction Any study of the imagery in ancient Greek lyric poetry is faced with a number of problems ranging from difficult to insurmountable. These problems arise mainly from the fragmented state of both the lyric texts themselves and the ancient responses to the imagery preserved for us in the testimonia. However, this state of the primary material should not deter us from attempting controlled analysis of this important aspect of ancient Greek poetry (as it is of all poetry). Latacz has… Expand

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