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Intro -- Foreword -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- I. Fifth-Century Greek Historiography -- Herodotus and Greek Lyric Poetry -- Cambyses and the Sacred Bull (Hdt. 3.27- 29 and 3.64): History and Legend -- Narrative Defects in Thucydides and the Development of Ancient Greek Historiography -- Thucydides and Poetry. Ancient Remarks on the Vocabulary and Structure of Thucydides' History -- Thucydides' Methodenkapitel in the Light of the Ancient Evidence -- Alcibiades, the Ancestors, Liturgies, and the Etiquette of Addressing the Athenian Assembly -- II. Greek Narrators of the Past Under Rome -- The Tragic Phylarchus -- "No One Can Look at Them Without Feeling Pity": συμπάθεια and the Reader in Diodorus' Bibliotheke -- Dream Narratives in Plutarch's Lives: The Place of Fiction in Biography -- III. Roman Historiography -- Encouraging Troops, Persuading Narratees: Pre-Battle Exhortations in Caesar's Bellum Gallicum as a Narrative Device -- Carthago Deleta: Alternate Realities and Meta-History in Appian's Libyca -- Histories Repeated? The Mutinies in Annals 1 and Tacitean Self-Allusion -- Suetonius' Construction of His Historiographical auctoritas -- Contributors -- Index nominum et rerum -- Index locorum.
Trends in Classics, a new series and journal to be edited by Franco Montanari and Antonios Rengakos, will publish innovative, interdisciplinary work which brings to the study of Greek and Latin texts the insights and methods of related disciplines such as narratology, intertextuality, reader-response criticism, and oral poetics. Both publications will seek to publish research across the full range of classical antiquity. The series Trends in Classics Studies welcomes monographs, edited volumes, conference proceedings and collections of papers; it will provide an important forum for the ongoing debate about where Classics fits in modern cultural and historical studies. The journal Trends in Classics will be published twice a year with approx. 160 pp. per issue. Each year one issue will be devoted to a specific subject with articles edited by a guest editor.
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