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Conte Gian Biagio
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USD
36.21
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SequiturBooks /Biblio
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University of California Press, Date: 1997-03-15. Hardcover. Like New. Hardcover and dust jacket. Good binding and cover. Minor shelf wear. Clean, unmarked pages. x, 226 p., 24 cm. 1997. University of California Press ISBN 0520207157 [US]
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Conte, Gian Biagio
USD
36.95
Sequitur Books /Abebooks
ISBN10: 0520207157, ISBN13: 9780520207158, [publisher: University of California Press] Hardcover Hardcover and dust jacket. Good binding and cover. Minor shelf wear. Clean, unmarked pages. x, 226 p., 24 cm.
[Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1997]
BIAGIO CONTE, G.,
USD
39.50
Scrinium Classical Antiquity /ZVAB
ISBN10: 0520207157, ISBN13: 9780520207158, [publisher: University of California Press] Hardcover University of California Press, Berkeley (.), 1996. X,226p. Half cloth with dust wrps. Dust wrps inside creased. Nice copy. 'The six chapters of this elegant volume, finely translated by Elaine Fantham, form a revised version of the distinguished Sather Classical Lectures which C. delivered at the University of California in 1995, and deal with the narrative technique of Petronius' controversial novel and its intended effect on the reader. This is the third book on the 'Satyrica' to appear in the 1990s, and like one of its predecessors, Niall Slater's ground-breaking 'Reading Petronius' (Baltimore, 1990), it follows the thread of the Petronian narrative with the help of an original theoretical model, and combines tradition scholarship (.) with a thorough knowledge of modern critical approaches to an ancient text. The result is a highly rewarding, though not always easy to read, assessment of the novel as a whole.' (COSTAS PANAYOTAKIS in The Classical Review (New Series), 1998, p.56). Antiquarian
[Aalten, Netherlands] [Publication Year: 1997]
Conte Gian Biagio
USD
45.00
abookshop /Biblio
U.S.A.: University of California Press, Date: 1997. Bound in red cloth and gray boards, stamped in gold in matching dust jacket. Tight, clean copy of this 226 pp. book on Petronius' work . . . . First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 1997. University of California Press ISBN 0520207157 [US]
Conte, Gian Biagio
USD
45.00
Michael J. Toth, Bookseller, ABAA /Abebooks
ISBN10: 0520207157, ISBN13: 9780520207158, [publisher: University of California Press, U.S.A.] Hardcover First Edition Bound in red cloth and gray boards, stamped in gold in matching dust jacket. Tight, clean copy of this 226 pp. book on Petronius' work . . . Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
[Springtown, PA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1997]
BIAGIO CONTE, G.,
USD
46.49
Scrinium Classical Antiquity /Booksandcollectibles
'The six chapters of this elegant volume, finely translated by Elaine Fantham, form a revised version of the distinguished Sather Classical Lectures which C. delivered at the University of California in 1995, and deal with the narrative technique of Petronius' controversial novel and its intended effect on the reader. This is the third book on the 'Satyrica' to appear in the 1990s, and like one of its predecessors, Niall Slater's ground-breaking 'Reading Petronius' (Baltimore, 1990), it follows the thread of the Petronian narrative with the help of an original theoretical model, and combines tradition scholarship (...) with a thorough knowledge of modern critical approaches to an ancient text. The result is a highly rewarding, though not always easy to read, assessment of the novel as a whole.' (COSTAS PANAYOTAKIS in The Classical Review (New Series), 1998, p.56). isbn: 9780520207158 University of California Press, Berkeley (...), 1996. X,226p. Half cloth with dust wrps. Dust wrps inside creased. Nice copy.
[, NL]
BIAGIO CONTE G.
USD
48.10
Scrinium Classical Antiquity /Biblio
University of California Press, Berkeley (...), 1996. X,226p. Half cloth with dust wrps. Dust wrps inside creased. Nice copy. 'The six chapters of this elegant volume, finely translated by Elaine Fantham, form a revised version of the distinguished Sather Classical Lectures which C. delivered at the University of California in 1995, and deal with the narrative technique of Petronius' controversial novel and its intended effect on the reader. This is the third book on the 'Satyrica' to appear in the 1990s, and like one of its predecessors, Niall Slater's ground-breaking 'Reading Petronius' (Baltimore, 1990), it follows the thread of the Petronian narrative with the help of an original theoretical model, and combines tradition scholarship (...) with a thorough knowledge of modern critical approaches to an ancient text. The result is a highly rewarding, though not always easy to read, assessment of the novel as a whole.' (COSTAS PANAYOTAKIS in The Classical Review (New Series), 1998, p.56). ISBN 0520207157 [NL]
BIAGIO CONTE, G.,
USD
48.38
Scrinium Classical Antiquity /Abebooks
ISBN10: 0520207157, ISBN13: 9780520207158, [publisher: University of California Press] Hardcover University of California Press, Berkeley (.), 1996. X,226p. Half cloth with dust wrps. Dust wrps inside creased. Nice copy. 'The six chapters of this elegant volume, finely translated by Elaine Fantham, form a revised version of the distinguished Sather Classical Lectures which C. delivered at the University of California in 1995, and deal with the narrative technique of Petronius' controversial novel and its intended effect on the reader. This is the third book on the 'Satyrica' to appear in the 1990s, and like one of its predecessors, Niall Slater's ground-breaking 'Reading Petronius' (Baltimore, 1990), it follows the thread of the Petronian narrative with the help of an original theoretical model, and combines tradition scholarship (.) with a thorough knowledge of modern critical approaches to an ancient text. The result is a highly rewarding, though not always easy to read, assessment of the novel as a whole.' (COSTAS PANAYOTAKIS in The Classical Review (New Series), 1998, p.56). Antiquarian
[Aalten, Netherlands] [Publication Year: 1997]
Conte Gian Biagio
USD
50.96
Ancient World Books /Biblio
University of California Press. Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. Date: 1997. Hardcover. 0520207157 . Paperclip indent to first 2 pages. Else book is fine. DJ has very minor shelfwear. ; The Satyricon of Petronius, a comic novel written in the first century A. D. , is famous today primarily for its amazing banquet tale, "Trimalchio's Feast." But this episode is only one part of the larger picture of life during Nero's rule presented in the work. In this accessible discussion of Petronius's masterful use of parody, Gian Biagio Conte offers an interpretation of the Satyricon as a whole. He combines the scholarly precision of close reading with a significant, original theoretical model. At the heart of his interpretation, Conte reveals the technique of the "hidden author" that Petronius employs at the expense of his characters, in particular the teller of the story, Enclopius. By remaining hidden outside the narrative, Petronius invites the reader to smile at the folies de grandeur that occur in a culture of scholars and declaimers. Yet as Conte shows, behind the parody and inexhaustible humor of the Satyricon lies an unexpectedly serious lament. For those familiar with the Satyricon, as well as for new readers, Conte's book will be a reliable, enjoyable guide to the wonders the Satyricon contains. ; Sather Classical Lectures 60; 224 pages . 1997. University of California Press ISBN 0520207157 [CA]
Conte, Gian Biagio
USD
51.47
GlassFrogBooks /Abebooks
ISBN10: 0520207157, ISBN13: 9780520207158, [publisher: University of California Press] Hardcover A+ Customer service! Satisfaction Guaranteed! Book is in Used-Good condition. Pages and cover are clean and intact. Used items may not include supplementary materials such as CDs or access codes. May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting.
[Hawthorne, CA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1997]
Conte, Gian Biagio
USD
52.00
Ancient World Books /Booksandcollectibles
Near Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket Hardcover Paperclip indent to first 2 pages. Else book is fine. DJ has very minor shelfwear. ; The Satyricon of Petronius, a comic novel written in the first century A. D. , is famous today primarily for its amazing banquet tale, "Trimalchio's Feast." But this episode is only one part of the larger picture of life during Nero's rule presented in the work. In this accessible discussion of Petronius's masterful use of parody, Gian Biagio Conte offers an interpretation of the Satyricon as a whole. He combines the scholarly precision of close reading with a significant, original theoretical model. At the heart of his interpretation, Conte reveals the technique of the "hidden author" that Petronius employs at the expense of his characters, in particular the teller of the story, Enclopius. By remaining hidden outside the narrative, Petronius invites the reader to smile at the folies de grandeur that occur in a culture of scholars and declaimers. Yet as Conte shows, behind the parody and inexhaustible humor of the Satyricon lies an unexpectedly serious lament. For those familiar with the Satyricon, as well as for new readers, Conte's book will be a reliable, enjoyable guide to the wonders the Satyricon contains. ; Sather Classical Lectures 60; 224 pages 0520207157 University of California Press 1997
[, CA]
Conte, Gian Biagio
USD
52.00
Ancient World Books /Abebooks
ISBN10: 0520207157, ISBN13: 9780520207158, [publisher: University of California Press] Hardcover Paperclip indent to first 2 pages. Else book is fine. DJ has very minor shelfwear. ; The Satyricon of Petronius, a comic novel written in the first century A. D. , is famous today primarily for its amazing banquet tale, "Trimalchio's Feast." But this episode is only one part of the larger picture of life during Nero's rule presented in the work. In this accessible discussion of Petronius's masterful use of parody, Gian Biagio Conte offers an interpretation of the Satyricon as a whole. He combines the scholarly precision of close reading with a significant, original theoretical model. At the heart of his interpretation, Conte reveals the technique of the "hidden author" that Petronius employs at the expense of his characters, in particular the teller of the story, Enclopius. By remaining hidden outside the narrative, Petronius invites the reader to smile at the folies de grandeur that occur in a culture of scholars and declaimers. Yet as Conte shows, behind the parody and inexhaustible humor of the Satyricon lies an unexpectedly serious lament. For those familiar with the Satyricon, as well as for new readers, Conte's book will be a reliable, enjoyable guide to the wonders the Satyricon contains. ; Sather Classical Lectures 60; 224 pages
[Toronto, ON, Canada] [Publication Year: 1997]
Gian Biagio Conte
USD
53.59
Ergodebooks /Biblio
University of California Press, Date: 1997-03-15. Hardcover. Good. 1997. University of California Press ISBN 0520207157 [US]
Gian Biagio Conte
USD
60.80
Chiron Media /AbebooksUK
ISBN10: 0520207157, ISBN13: 9780520207158, [publisher: University of California Press 1997-02-25] Hardcover
[Wallingford, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 1997]
Gian Biagio Conte
USD
76.40
International Bookstore /AbebooksUK
ISBN10: 0520207157, ISBN13: 9780520207158, [publisher: University of California Press 1997-02-25] Hardcover
[Wallingford, OXON, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 1997]
Conte, B. G.
USD
82.60
Calepinus, la librairie latin-grec /AbebooksFR
ISBN10: 0520207157, ISBN13: 9780520207158, [publisher: University of California Press] Hardcover translated by Elaine Fantham en anglais Sather classical lectures X + 226 pages 16 x 23,5
[La Chèvrerie, France] [Publication Year: 1996]
Gian Biagio Conte
USD
86.65
Chiron Media /AbebooksUK
ISBN10: 0520207157, ISBN13: 9780520207158, [publisher: University of California Press 1997-02-25] Hardcover
[Wallingford, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 1997]
Conte, Gian Biagio
USD
101.11
BennettBooksLtd /Abebooks
ISBN10: 0520207157, ISBN13: 9780520207158, [publisher: University of California Press] Hardcover New.
[San Diego, CA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1997]

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