By Gibson, Chris(tina) Shuttleworth Kraus
This assortment explores the problems raised by means of the writing and analyzing of commentaries on classical Greek and Latin texts. Written basically via training commentators, the papers study: philosophical, narratological and historiographical commentaries; historical, Byzantine and Renaissance observation perform and idea, with targeted emphasis on Galen, Tzetzes and l. a. Cerda; the connection among the writer of the first textual content, the remark author and the reader; specified difficulties posed by way of fragmentary and spurious texts; the function and scope of quotation, selectivity, lemmatization and revision; the sensible way forward for commentary-writing and e-book; and how pcs are altering the form of classical observation. With a genesis in dialogue panels fastened within the united kingdom in 1996 and the us in 1997, this quantity maintains foreign discussion at the style and way forward for commentaries.
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26); and Roberts (1995) 290. 23 See Boyarin (1999) with Grafton (1997) 27 on how "scribes and authors alike worked veins of commentary directly into the text of the Hebrew Bible"; this 'collaborative' kind of reading/writing is a standard type of interpolation in classical texts (Tarrant  290~7). 28 These can be arranged in a sort of scholarly hierarchy, from the large or indeed multi-volume (sometimes multi-authored) commentary on a grand scale29 to the middle-level commentary aimed explicitly at students but productively used also by scholars (the Cambridge 'green and yellow' series and Oxford 'reds' have a nearly proprietary niche here),30 to the school commentary proper.
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