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Classics after Antiquity

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  20 January 2022

Gregory Baker
Affiliation:
Catholic University of America, Washington DC

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Classics and Celtic Literary Modernism
Yeats, Joyce, MacDiarmid and Jones
, pp. ii - iv
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2022

Editors:

  • Alastair Blanshard University of Queensland

  • Shane Butler Johns Hopkins University

  • Emily Greenwood Yale University

Classics after Antiquity presents innovative contributions in the field of Classical Reception Studies. Each volume explores the methods and motives of those who, coming after and going after antiquity, have entered into a contest with and for the legacies of the ancient world. The series aims to unsettle, to provoke debate, and to stimulate a re-evaluation of assumptions about the relationship between Greek and Roman classical pasts and modern histories.

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