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Joseph Scaliger: A Study in the History of Classical Scholarship. Volume I: Textual Criticism and Exegesis (Oxford-Warburg Studies) Hardcover – September 22, 1983

ISBN-13: 978-0198148500 ISBN-10: 9780198148500

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"A work of rare excellence, a masterpiece that fuses fastidious philological analysis and deft intellectual synthesis and that addresses the traditional concerns of the classicist and the historian with equal sophistication and high accuracy."--Speculum


"An absorbing study of Scaliger's criticism and exegesis set against his predecessors' and with frequent glances at later influence."--The Classical World


"Provides a masterly picture of the professional growth of one of the great scholars of early modern times."--Renaissance Quarterly


"A once a psychological portrait of Scaliger, a detailed analysis of his work and his methods, and a rich and complex panorama of the history of philological culture and Renaissance criticism."--Journal of Modern History


"Excellent...A masterful treatment of an important subject, well and even elegantly written, clearly presented, and remarkably polite even in its polemics."--The American Scholar


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Anthony Grafton is at Princeton University.

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