By H. J. Rose
A better half variation to Rose's A guide of Latin Literature, A guide of Greek Literature is a superb source for somebody who reads, experiences, teaches, or writes literature. The Handbook:
- is a conveyable, cheap, and entire remedy of the authors, works and times
- comprises astute and delicate analysis
- covers all authors, classical and post-classical, from Homer to Lucian
- features a bibliography
- has an index of names, areas, and terms
Greek Readings for assessment: First classes in Greek - ISBN 0865165491
Ancient Epic Poetry: Homer, Apollonius, Virgil With A bankruptcy at the Gilgamesh Poems - ISBN 0865166072
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The first of these consists in the silencing of female ‘citizens’. Respectable women, with the exception of a few older married women, are rarely portrayed on the stage. Exceptions prove the rule: when, in the Dyskolos the misanthrope’s daughter goes to fetch water from a well she is left unnamed. The shock that the audience may have felt at the flouting of the conventions of normal behaviour is articulated by Daos, the slave of her half-brother Gorgias, who criticises her father harshly for not supervising her more closely (218ff).
Exceptions prove the rule: when, in the Dyskolos the misanthrope’s daughter goes to fetch water from a well she is left unnamed. The shock that the audience may have felt at the flouting of the conventions of normal behaviour is articulated by Daos, the slave of her half-brother Gorgias, who criticises her father harshly for not supervising her more closely (218ff). Another good example of the codes surrounding the behaviour of respectable women is provided in the representation of Glykera in the Perikeiromene.
If they wish to learn something, let them ask their own husbands at home, for it is shameful for women to chatter in the congregation. (1 Cor. 14: 34–5) This passage has provoked much scholarly debate. For some the provenance is so doubtful that these verses must be rejected when discussing reaction to women in the first century (Kraemer 1992: 149). Others have emphasised Paul’s Jewish upbringing which, in their view, continues to condition his thoughts on appropriate behaviour for women even as he recognises their eschatological equality (Parvey 1974: 127).
A Handbook of Greek Literature: From Homer to the Age of Lucian by H. J. Rose