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Antiquities (Postwar French Thought) Hardcover – May 1, 2001
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French scholarship in the Classics has been especially wide and rich in the second half of the 20th century, with significant contributions ranging across history, literary theory, philosophy, anthropology, sociology, and art as well as the more conventional areas of classical linguistics. This volume of the "Postwar French Thought" series offers 39 articles, chapters, or prefaces by noted figures in French Greco-Roman studies that have appeared over the last 50 years, many seminal, many newly translated. Included are pieces by Jean-Pierre Vernant, P. Veyne, Emile Benveniste, and Michele Lejeune, among others. The articles reflect a diversity of disciplines and approaches, from traditional philology to psychoanalysis and from structuralism and semiotics to poststructuralism. This is an important introduction to French Greco-Roman studies as well as a valuable contribution to classics as a whole. Recommended for academic libraries.
-T.L. Cooksey, Armstrong Atlantic State Univ., Savannah
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