Table of contents for A guide to Hellenistic literature / Kathryn Gutzwiller.

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Contents
Preface
List of Illustrations
Chapter 1	History and Culture
	 1.1	The Successors
	 1.2	Macedonia and Greece
	 1.3	Seleucid Asia
	 1.4	Attalid Pergamum
	 1.5	Ptolemaic Egypt
Chapter 2	Aesthetics and Style
	 2.1	Aesthetic Principles
	 2.2	Meter, Dialect, and Diction
	 2.3	Literature as Artefact
Chapter 3	Authors and Genres
	 3.1	Menander
	 3.2	Callimachus
	 3.3	Apollonius
	 3.4	Theocritus and the Other Bucolic Poets
	 3.5	Didactic Poetry
	 3.6	Epigrams
	 3.7	Dramatic Poetry
	 3.8	Parodic and Philosophical Literature
	 3.9	Polybius
	 3.10	Technical Prose Writing 
Chapter 4 Topics in Hellenistic Literature
 	 4.1 	Learning and Innovation 
	 4.2 	Book Culture and Performance
	 4.3 	Social and Political Background
	 4.4 	The Critical Impulse
	 4.5 	Reception in Rome
Suggested Reading
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Greek literature, Hellenistic -- History and criticism.