2 edition of Essays on classical literature found in the catalog.
Essays on classical literature
|Series||View and controversies about classical antiquity, Views and controversies about classical antiquity|
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Essays in Idleness, which begins with the phrase tsurezure naru mama ni, “with nothing better to do. The seventeen essays that comprise this volume have their roots in more specialized studies on the ancient world and its history.
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