Table of contents for Oxford readings in ancient literary criticism / edited by Andrew Laird.

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Abbreviations	ix
Dates of Major Authors and Critics	xi
 1. The Value of Ancient Literary Criticism	1
	andrew laird
 2. Poetic Inspiration in Early Greece	37
	penelope murray
 3. Homeric Professors in the Age of the Sophists 	62
	n. j. richardson
 4. A Theory of Imitation in Plato's Republic 	87
	elizabeth belfiore
 5. Plato and Aristotle on the Denial of Tragedy 	115
	stephen halliwell
 6. Ethos and Dianoia: 'Character' and 'Thought' in Aristotle's Poetics	142
	a. m. dale
 7. Aristotle on the Effect of Tragedy 	158
	jacob bernays 
	(translated by Jennifer Barnes; introduction by Jonathan Barnes)
 8. Literary Criticism in the Exegetical Scholia to the Iliad: A Sketch	176
	n. j. richardson
 9. Stoic Readings of Homer 	211
	a. a. long
10. Epicurean Poetics 	238
	elizabeth asmis
11. Rhetoric and Criticism 	267
	d. a. russell
12. Theories of Evaluation in the Rhetorical Works of Dionysius of Halicarnassus 	284
	d. m. schenkeveld
13. Longinus: Structure and Unity	300
	doreen c. innes
14. The Structure of Plutarch's De Audiendis Poetis 	313
	d. m. schenkeveld
15. 'Ars Poetica' 	325
	d. a. russell
16. Ovid on Reading: Reading Ovid. Reception in Ovid, Tristia 2 	346
	bruce gibson
17. Reading and Response in the Dialogus 	380
	t. j. luce
18. The Virgil Commentary of Servius 	414
	don fowler
19. Ancient Literary Genres: A Mirage? 	421
	thomas g. rosenmeyer
20. Criticism Ancient and Modern 	440
	denis feeney
Acknowledgements	455
Suggestions for Further Reading	457
Index	479

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Classical literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc.
Criticism -- Greece.
Criticism -- Rome.