page 31 note 1 An excellent account of Reinhardt is given by Hölscher, U., Die Chance des Unbehagens (Göttingen, 1965), 31 f.; see also Pfeiffer's obituary notice in the Jahrbuch der Bayerischen Akademie for 1959, 147 f.
page 31 note 2 Sophoclean scholarship flagged during that period, Whitman says, except for Elmsley and Jebb. At least for the text and verbal understanding of Sophocles, the nineteenth century did much; Hermann did more than anyone else has ever done, and Schneidewin, Nauck, Bergk, Campbell, and Kaibel did a great deal.
page 34 note 1 This is not quite true; one small item is quoted, perhaps because it contains not an emendation but an attempt to explain a transmitted text.
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