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This book collects some of Sir Hugh Lloyd-Jones' [Ll.-J.] most important work on the subjects listed in its title, and forms, along with its companion volume on Greek epic, lyric and tragedy [reviewed in this issue by M. Halleran], an elegant and impressive tribute to the career of one of this century's most influential (if at times controversial) classical scholars. The book represents the full range of Lloyd-Jones' interests and expertise, including brief, incisive textual notes, full-blown "editions" of fragmentary texts, book reviews, and expansive, often polemical, treatises on various aspects of Greek culture and Classical scholarship.
Rosen, R. M. (1991). Review of H. Lloyd-Jones, Greek Comedy, Hellenistic Literature, Greek Religion and Miscellanea. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/classics_papers/23
Date Posted: 27 September 2006
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