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Roman Literary Culture 2 editions

Cover of: Roman Literary Culture | Elaine Fantham


access to a text, so that the experience is single and linear, without possibility of review; a readership implies access only through a text; and a public implies distribution to a wide group outside the circle of the poet or writer. In early Latin literature, public and occasion go together, as they often will.
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Library of Congress PA6003 .F36 1996
Dewey 870.9/001

2 editions First published in 1996

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Cover of: Roman Literary Culture
Roman Literary Culture: From Cicero to Apuleius (Ancient Society and History)
April 21, 1999, The Johns Hopkins University Press
Paperback in English
Cover of: Roman literary culture
Roman literary culture: from Cicero to Apuleius
1996, Johns Hopkins University Press
in English


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