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  • 古典文学里程碑(英文版)[平装]
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  • 作者:菲利普·盖斯凯尔(PHILIPGASKELL)(作者)
  • 出版社:武汉大学出版社;第1版(2006年7月1日)
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    《古典文学里程碑》是以西方文学从古代到20世纪早期的作家与作品为内容的三卷本系列丛书的最后一本。在本册里,菲利普?盖斯凯尔对古希腊和罗马文学大师们的英译作品进行了介绍。
    该书首先介绍了荷马史诗《伊利亚特》和《奥德赛》之前的历史及作品产生的时代,回顾了稍后的抒情诗人,如萨福和品达。接着介绍了希腊古典作品、神奇的艺术以及早期民主的辉煌时代评介了索福克勒斯以及他的剧作家同行、历史学家希罗多德和修西得底斯以及柏拉图引人入胜的苏格拉底对话录。在简要描述了下一个时代,即希腊文化的希腊化时期后——田园诗人忒奥克里托斯的作品属于这个时期——该书紧接着介绍了罗马文学的黄金时代。这部分介绍了生活于共和国晚期和充满了战争与辉煌的动荡不安的罗马帝国早期的诗人和思想家们,其中包括集战士、历史学家和独裁者于一身的尤利乌斯?恺撒,集政治家、律师和作家于一身的西赛罗,诗人维吉尔(《埃涅伊德》的作者)、贺拉斯、奥维德以及罗马最伟大的历史学家塔西佗。
    还有一些章节讨论了政治与社会、宗教、文化和艺术、语言、战争、经济、技术及哲学,俾使读者能够理解与欣赏不同背景下的文学。从一开始,该书就对英译古典作品的阅读、古代人名的形式和发音、古典诗歌中的格律等提出了指导性的意见,并就最佳译文提供了说明。附录部分就存世的古典文本以及文本考据方面提供了更加专业化的信息。
    该书适合于英语专业的本科生、研究生、从事英语教学的教师以及英语文学爱好者阅读。

    作者简介

    作者:(英国)菲利普·盖斯凯尔 (PHILIP GASKELL)

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    Abbreviations
    Preface
    Acknowledgements
    Introduction
    Reading the classics today - the classical
    canon - the classics in translation - the form
    and pronunciation of Greek and Latin names
    - metre in classical verse - dates - Roman
    numerals - maps
    I The Homeric age
    1 The spread of civilisation: the past in the
    present - from neolithic tribalism to the
    first cities - the Minoans
    2 The Greeks: the Mycenaeans - Dark-Age
    Greece - the Greek language - the Greek
    alphabet - Bronze-Age society and culture
    - Mycenaean religion
    3 Homer and epic poetry: the background
    - the Iliad - the Odyssey - Hesiod
    II Greece in the fifth century BC
    From Archaic to early-Classical Greece:
    Athens - Sparta - the Persian Wars - women,
    resident foreigners, and slaves - colonisation
    5 Religion, the arts, education, and books:
    religious beliefs and practices - architecture
    - painting - sculpture - music - education,
    literacy, and books
    6 Lyric poetry: Pindar and his predecessors:
    the lyric - Sappho and Anacreon - Pindar
    7 Sophocles and Athenian drama: tragedy - the
    three tragedians - Aeschylus - Sophocles -
    Euripides - Aristophanes and comedy
    8 Herodotus and Greek history: Greek historians
    - Herodotus and the Persian Wars - Thucydides
    and the Peloponnesian War - Xenophon and
    the Persian Expedition
    9 Plato and philosophy: the pre-Socratics -
    Socrates - Plato - Aristotle
    Interchapter: the Hellenistic age
    Alexander's empire and its successors
    - language and society - the visual arts
    - literature - history - philosophy and
    science - scholarship and libraries
    III Late-Republican and early-Imperial Rome
    10 The expansion of Rome: from city-state to
    superstate - the Latin languag~ - Roman names
    11 Republic and Empire: conquest abroad, strife
    at home - politics and society - religion
    12 Maintaining the state: economics and
    technology - the Roman army
    13 The arts: painting, sculpture, and architecture
    - drama: Plautus, Terence, Seneca - education,
    books, and libraries
    14 Cicero: rhetoric and philosophy - the legacy of
    Greece: rhetoric, philosophy - Cicero - Seneca
    15 Virgil: from pastoral to epic - Theocritus and
    pastoral poetry - Virgil - the Eclogues -
    the Georgics - the Aeneid - Virgil's reputation
    and influence
    16 Horace: epigram, lyric, and satire - Catullus
    - Horace - Juvenal
    17 Ovid: love poetry and the novel - Ovid -
    the novel - Longus - Petronius - Apuleius
    18 Tacitus and Roman history: Roman historians
    - Caesar and the Gallic War - SaUust - Livy -
    Tacitus - Plutarch - Suetonius
    Afterword
    Appendix: Classical studies
    The survival of ancient texts - the
    transmission of texts - textual
    scholarship - history and archaeology
    Reference bibliography
    Index and guide to pronunciation