The Cambridge companion to Sappho / edited by P. J. Finglass, Adrian Kelly.  (Text) (Text)

Finglass, Patrick, 1979- | Kelly, Adrian, 1972-
Call no.: PA4409 .C363 2021Series: Cambridge companions to literature: Publication: Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2021Description: xxxii, 553 p., [10] p. of plates : col. illISBN: 1316638774; 9781316638774Subject(s): Sappho -- Criticism and interpretationAdditional physical formats: Online version:: The Cambridge companion to SapphoLOC classification: PA4409 | .C363 2021Summary: "No ancient poet has a wider following today than Sappho; her status as the most famous woman poet from Greco-Roman antiquity has, down the centuries, ensured a continuing fascination with her work. The ancient edition of her poems, which filled probably nine books and thus over 10,000 lines, did not survive; but the fragments of those poems which have been preserved, both as quotations in authors whose works did outlast antiquity, and on ancient papyrus manuscripts recovered from the sands of Egypt, offer many glimpses of her poetic brilliance"--
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

"No ancient poet has a wider following today than Sappho; her status as the most famous woman poet from Greco-Roman antiquity has, down the centuries, ensured a continuing fascination with her work. The ancient edition of her poems, which filled probably nine books and thus over 10,000 lines, did not survive; but the fragments of those poems which have been preserved, both as quotations in authors whose works did outlast antiquity, and on ancient papyrus manuscripts recovered from the sands of Egypt, offer many glimpses of her poetic brilliance"--

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