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BROWSE PRINCETON'S SERIES (by title) in Martin Classical Lectures

The Martin Classical Lectures are delivered annually at Oberlin College through a foundation established by his many friends in honor of Charles Beebe Martin, for forty-five years a teacher of classical literature and classical art at Oberlin.

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bookjacketAesopic Conversations:
Popular Tradition, Cultural Dialogue, and the Invention of Greek Prose
Leslie Kurke

blankjacketChristianizing Egypt:
Syncretism and Local Worlds in Late Antiquity
David Frankfurter

bookjacketEconomy of the Unlost:
(Reading Simonides of Keos with Paul Celan)
Anne Carson

bookjacketEuripides and the Politics of Form
Victoria Wohl

bookjacketFemale Acts in Greek Tragedy
Helene P. Foley

bookjacketThe Fortunes of Apuleius and the Golden Ass:
A Study in Transmission and Reception
Julia Haig Gaisser

bookjacketPoetic Interplay:
Catullus and Horace
Michael C.J. Putnam

bookjacketPolitical Dissent in Democratic Athens:
Intellectual Critics of Popular Rule
Josiah Ober

bookjacketRecognizing Persius
Kenneth J. Reckford

bookjacketRethinking the Other in Antiquity
Erich S. Gruen

bookjacketSound, Sense, and Rhythm:
Listening to Greek and Latin Poetry
Mark W. Edwards

bookjacketThe Transformation of Athens:
Painted Pottery and the Creation of Classical Greece
Robin Osborne

bookjacketVictorian Culture and Classical Antiquity:
Art, Opera, Fiction, and the Proclamation of Modernity
Simon Goldhill

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