Dialogos: Hellenic Studies Review

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David Ricks, Michael Trapp
Routledge, Apr 8, 2014 - History - 176 pages
Dialogos" encompasses Greek language and literature, Greek history and archaeology, Greek culture and thought, present and past: a territory of distinctive richness and unsurpassed influence. It seeks to foster critical awareness and informed debate about the ideas, events and achievements that make up this territory, by redefining their qualities, by exploring their interconnections and by reinterpreting their significance within Western culture and beyond.
 

Contents

the loyalties of Alexander and Nicolas Mavrocordato
1
The Byzantine frontier in Macedonia
23
Macedonia and Macedonians in Sta mystika tou Valtou 1937
41
a case of modernization and distortion?
56
sculpture and the male body in the poetry of Cavafy
78
aesthetics desire and Symonds A Problem in Greek Ethics
99
mythological models and Victorian painting
124
Shall we join the ladies? Review article
143
What Now Heraclitus? and Skeptic Days
153
The First of May
155
Notes on contributors
168
Information for contributors
170
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