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Author: Jeffrey S. Rusten
ISBN: 0199206198
Pages: 570 pages
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (September 28, 2009)
Language: English
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e-Book Thucydides (Oxford Readings in Classical Studies) epub download

by Jeffrey S. Rusten



Oxford Readings in Classical Studies

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Oxford Readings in Classical Studies. Surveys the chronology and thematic controversies among Thucydides’ readings from Antiquity to the present. Oxford: Oxford University Press. E-mail Citation . back to top. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content on this page.

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Items related to Thucydides (Oxford Readings in Classical Studies). Series: Oxford Readings in Classical Studies. A first-rate collection that well serves both those encountering Thucydides for the first time and those who know (or think they know) him well. Jeffrey S. Rusten Thucydides (Oxford Readings in Classical Studies). ISBN 13: 9780199206193. Thucydides (Oxford Readings in Classical Studies). ISBN 10: 0199206198 ISBN 13: 9780199206193. Classical World (Publisher's information). Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory 36374.

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Thucydides' account of the war between Athens and Sparta is the first great work of political history and still a fundamental text for political science and international relations today; it is also a compelling story, full of vivid characters and tragic miscalculations. This collection of essays is designed to accompany, instruct, and stimulate readers of Thucydides by making accessible some classic and influential studies that are frequently cited but not always easy to access. (One-third of the essays appear here in English for the first time.) All Greek is translated, and an introductory chapter surveys the chronology and thematic controversies among Thucydides' readings from antiquity to the present.
Mysterious Wrench
Professor Rusten nearly equals Clyde Pharr in his presentation of Book II. The only advantage which Rusten does not provide is a vocabulary list. Commentary is helpful, if in the form of end notes, and fairly thorough. He presents a useful text for students of Attic Greek and to instructors of Thucydides. Either as an advanced [very] undergraduate Greek course or as part of an introductory graduate one, Rusten's edition is a valuable adjunct to the Loeb or the OCT in conjunction with the Crawley translation or the Landmark volume.
Xaluenk
This customer review is long overdue, since my students and I have been using this book since it first came out. I call it a gift to mankind. The introduction is a jewel and the grammatical help it gives on some of the most difficult Greek we have is invaluable. I cannot wait until Rusten's commentary on Thucydides I.
Molace
For an author with as small a core vocabulary as Thucydides, chewing this Greek can feel pretty tough. Sentences pile on to a dizzying length, many words come heavily loaded, and he can be awfully terse in stringing together several individual and important ideas in otherwise simple narrative. Thankfully, Rusten has done a very good job with the notes. At points I was hoping for more insight, and there are numerous references to Gomme's much fuller commentary where Rusten did not deem it worthwhile to spend anymore time. But his unique treatment of the funeral oration was superb and even if one were to discount everything else in the book it would be valuable to have for this alone.
Dominator
Thuc is generally acknowledged as being a difficult writer to read, especially for students only a few years into their studies, but this edition eases the reader into his style. Copious notes aid the reader with the more trying sentences and helpful "summaries" give an overview of important sections. I think I've read someone describing the treatment here of Perikles' Funeral Oration as a "tour de force" - and, considering Perikles' (or Thuc's?) at times bafflingly scattered sentence structure, it is certainly helpful to have someone such as this author to guide you along. I did come out of this experience with a bittersweet affection for Thuc, and it was partly due to this edition of the Greek text. J F Rusten knows his stuff and it's wonderful he's chosen to share that knowledge.