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Philology and Its Histories

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Philology and Its Histories
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Publisher: The Ohio State University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0814211305
ISBN-13: 9780814211304
Number of pages: 243

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In this volume, edited by Sean Gurd, noted scholars discuss the history of philology from antiquity to the present. This book addresses a wide variety of authors, documents, and movements, among them Greek papyri, Latin textual traditions, the Renaissance, eighteenth-century antiquarianism, and deconstruction.

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