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    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium Classical Antiquity (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Heimeran, München, 1980. 3rd ed. 168p. Original orange cloth with dust wrps. Dust wrps slightly worn. Signature on free endpaper. Some pen underlinings and annotations from pp.14-35, as well as on p.78. Series: Tusculum. Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium Classical Antiquity (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Herbert Jenkins, London, 1923. 1st ed. 255p. Pictorial cloth. No dust wrps. Head and tail spine little bit worn. Corners little bit bumped. Edges a little bit foxed. Remains of signature on free endpaper. Binding at some places a bit weak, showing the ties of the binding. Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium Classical Antiquity (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: University Press, Edinburgh, 1969. VIII,142p. Hard bound with dust wrps. Withdrawn university library copy. (Remains) of library stamps and marks to cover and first and last pages. 'Another 'libellus' by David West, elegantly produced by Edinburgh University Press, follows close on his study of Horace. The subject now is Lucretius, and the main purpose of the book is 'to assert the literal sense of words used metaphorically' and to show how translators and commentators have failed to bring out the force of such words. While the author makes some good points, he sometimes pushes his thesis t... Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium Classical Antiquity (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: The Medici Society, London, 1932. 4th impr. 8p.(including cover, not numbered). ills.(B&W line drawings). Sewn. Cover a little bit worn to edges. Small piece of back cover gone. Gift intention in pencil on inside front cover. 'Master, this is Thy Servant. He is rising eight weeks old. He is maily Head and Tummy. His legs are uncontrolled. But Thou hast forgiven his ugliness, and settled him on Thy knee... Art Thou content with Thy Servant? He is very comfy with Thee.' (p.3) Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium Classical Antiquity (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Macmillan, London ,1925. XIV,29,24p. ills. Half cloth. Spine a bit grimy. Some foxing of endpapers. Small personal library mark and name on free endpaper. Copy of Audrey Latimer, married with Sir Kenneth James Dover. From the library of the late Sir Kenneth James Dover. Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium Classical Antiquity (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1973. XLVII,259. Original burgundy cloth. Spine gilt titled. Signature on title page. 'This edition of the 'Ecclesiazusae' forms a useful contribution to the study of Aristophanes' comedies. The book may prove a good introduction for beginning students while more advanced readers will be glad to receive some up-to-date information about the manuscripts and the problems of reconstructing the text. In most cases the editor's choice seems to me justifiable.' (THALIEN M. de WIT-TAK in Mnemosyne, XXX,p.83). Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium Classical Antiquity (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Heinemann, London / Harvard University Press, Cambridge (Mass.), n.d. Reprint rev.ed.1951. XXIV,664p. Cloth with dust wrps. Dust wrps slightly damaged and reapired with adhesive tape. Series: Loeb Classical Library, LCL 268. Lisez plus
    • Librairie: Antiquarian and new books Scrinium Classical Antiquity (Paesi Bassi)
    • Description: Hakkert, Amsterdam, 1970. VIII,375p. Cloth. Upper part cover partly bit discoloured. Signature and date on paste-down endpaper. Commercial edition diss. Universiteit van Amsterdam. The book 'offers many more interesting (and sometimes compelling) insights into the poem than I have space to record or discuss here, and for these it will be welcomed by students of Lucretius.' (E.J. KENNEY in The Classical Review (New Series), 1972, p.351). Lisez plus
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