The Future of Studies in the Field of Hellenistic Poetry

  title={The Future of Studies in the Field of Hellenistic Poetry},
  author={Robert Pfeiffer},
  journal={The Journal of Hellenic Studies},
  pages={69 - 73}
  • R. Pfeiffer
  • Published 1 November 1955
  • History
  • The Journal of Hellenic Studies
When the Chairman of Council asked me to read a paper at the Jubilee Meeting of the Classical Association, I felt highly honoured by this kind invitation. Twice before I have enjoyed the privilege of reading papers at General Meetings of the Association during the last war, when I had been most hospitably received in this country and had found a new home at Oxford. I confess I still feel quite at home here, and it gives me enormous pleasure to come over from Munich and to speak to you once more… 

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