By K. J. Dover

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In this quantity the eminent classicist ok. J. Dover offers a decade of labor at the difficulties of Greek notice order. in keeping with a sequence of lectures he gave on the college of Cambridge in 1959, the ebook is written in a lucid demeanour that continues the reader's curiosity. He explains that even supposing Greek seems to be indeterminate, there are specific conventions which are in its building. He then develops his argument at a extra technical point concentrating on lexical, semantic, syntactical and 'logical' determinants. this can be an insightful learn for all classicists in addition to these in most cases attracted to languages.

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