Table of contents for Oxford readings in the Attic orators / edited by Edwin Carawan.

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Preface v
Abbreviations ix
Introduction xi
I.The Lost Art and the First Written Speeches
1.The Written Plea of the Logographer 3
Marius Lavency
2.Lysias and his Clients 27
Stephen Usher
3.Who Was Corax? 37
Thomas Cole
4.Adultery by the Book: Lysias 1 (On the Murder of Eratosthenes)and Comic Diegesis 60
John R. Porter
II.The Tools of Argument: Procedure and Proof
5.Demosthenes as Advocate: The Functions and Methods of Legal Consultants in 91 Classical Athens
Hans Julius Wolff (with an epilogue by Gerhard Thr)
6.Law and Equity in the Attic Trial 116
Harald MeyerLaurin
7.Social Relations on Stage: Witnesses in Classical Athens 140
S. C. Humphreys
8.The Nature of Proofs in Antiphon 214
Michael Gagarin
9. Artless Proofs in Aristotle and the Orators 229
Christopher Carey
10.Torture and Rhetoric in Athens 247
David Mirhady
III.Casting the Jury
11.Ability and Education: The Power of Persuasion 271
Josiah Ober
12.Lady Chatterleys Lover and the Attic Orators: The Social Composition of the Athenian Jury 312
Stephen Todd
13.Arguments from Precedent in the Attic Orators 359
Lene Rubinstein
14.Politics as Literature: Demosthenes and the Burden of the Athenian Past 372
Harvey Yunis
A Glossary of Greek and Latin Terms 391
References 400
Acknowledgements 431
An Index of Passages Discussed 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Speeches, addresses, etc., Greek -- History and criticism.
Athens (Greece) -- Intellectual life.
Athens (Greece) -- Politics and government.
Political oratory -- Greece -- Athens.
Rhetoric, Ancient.
Oratory, Ancient.