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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    G. O. Hutchinson
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    0198150660
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    978-0198150664
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    Clarendon Press; 1 edition (June 4, 1998)
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    256 pages
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Home Browse Books Book details, Cicero's Correspondence: A Literary Study. This is not a book covering every aspect, or even every literary aspect, of Cicero's and his correspondents' letters. Cicero's Correspondence: A Literary Study. It is merely an exploratory essay, which I hope may stimulate interest in works that very much deserve and need it. They are far more significant works, in all kinds of ways, than is commonly realized; and study of them bears rich rewards. Writing this book has been unusually pleasurable, and I am eager to thank my numerous benefactors.

The Journal of Roman Studies. Jo-Marie Claassen (a1). Department of Ancient Studies, University of Stellenbosch. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 14 March 2012.

Cicero's Correspondence. Cicero's Correspondence is the first thoughtful study of Cicero's letters for more than a generation, a huge advance (in common sense as much as in sophisticated theory) on anything written about them before. Cicero's Correspondence. TLS. A unique historical document. Written with verve and accuracy, trenchant elegance, insight, and wit, the book shows, persuasively, how Cicero remained the master stylist even when addressing an audience of one.

Hutchinson, G. O. (1998). Talking books: readings in Hellenistic and Roman books of poetry. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Hutchinson, G. (2003). (2013). Greek to Latin: frameworks and contexts for intertextuality.

This study shows that Cicero's letters should beregarded as artistic works, the artistry no less real for being bound up with personal situations. G. Hutchinson is at University of Oxford. With close analyses, extensive use of contemporary literature, and a new understanding of the role of rhythm in the letters, Prof Hutchinson reveals the value of approaching the letters as writing. Such an approach will be found of significance for history as well as literature. All Latin in the text is translated.

This study shows that Cicero's letters should beregarded as artistic works, the artistry no less real for . Please note that the Lexile measures for a small population of books have been recently updated. Enhancements were made to more precisely measure materials read in K-2 classrooms.

G. Hutchinson, Cicero," Classical Philology 96, no. 1 (Ja. 2001): 98-101.

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This study breaks new ground in exploring the letters of Cicero, one of the most important Latin prose writers, whose letters have remained unaccountably neglected. The volume shows that Cicero's letters should be regarded as artistic works, of no less value for being bound up with personal situations, providing a remarkable insight into contemporary culture and literature. All Latin in the text is translated.