Table of contents for Oral performance and its context / edited by C.J. Mackie.


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Preface  .................................................................  vii
Notes on Contributors .....   .................................. ix
The Modesty of Homer ...........................................  1
RUTH SCODEL
Rhythm and Regularity in Homeric Composition: Questions in
the Odyssey ............................... ................... 21
ELIZABETH MINCHIN
Reperformance Scenarios for Pindar's Odes  ......................... 49
BRUNO CURRIE
The Dissemination of Epinician Lyric: Pan-Hellenism,
Reperformance, Written Texts ............................ 71
THOMAS K. HUBBARD
Memory, Time, and Writing: Oral and Literary Aspects of
Thucydides' History ........    ............................ 95
JAMES V MORRISON
Orality and Aristotle's Aesthetics and Methods; Take #2 ........... 117
DANIEL F MELIA
Oral Performance in the Athenian Assembly and the
Demosthenic Prooemia ..........  ................................ 129
IAN WORTHINGTON
Demosthenes Actor on the Political and Forensic Stage ........... . 145
CRAIG COOPER
Staging Literacy in Plautus ....................   .......................... 163
NIALL W SLATER
Oral and Written Forms of Closure in the Ancient Novel ........... 179
STEPHEN A. NIMIS
Orality, Greek Literacy, and Early Ptolemaic Papyri ................ 195
TREVORV EVANS





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Oral communication Greece Congresses, Written communication Greece Congresses