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Published by The University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English


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Statementedited after the Paris manuscript with introduction, translation, facsimiles, etc. by W. Rhys Roberts.
ContributionsDemetrius, of Phaleron, b. ca. 350 B.C., Roberts, William Rhys, 1858-1929.
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LC ClassificationsPA3948 D55
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Paginationxi, 328 p. :
Number of Pages328
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17382095M

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Demetrius On Style: Rhetoric Timeline. Primary Source Synopses. Demetrius (1st cent. A.D.) Compact Outline: Book I: Preliminary Remarks on the Period, etc. Book II: The Four Types of Style: The Elevated Style: Book III: The Four Types of Style: The Elegant Style: Book IV: The Four Types of Style: The Plain Style: Book V. The most famous critic by this name is Demetrius of Phaleron (ca. – b.c.), the student of Aristotle who governed Athens – b.c. and wrote on a number of literary and rhetorical subjects, 2 and On Style is mistakenly attributed to him in the superscription of the tenth-century manuscript P. 3 But this attribution is a later addition, as we can see from the simpler version in the subscription of the same . The latest known persons 7 to be named in On Style roughly of the first half of the third century b.c.: Praxiphanes, Sotades, Demetrius of Phaleron, and Clitarchus (§§57, , , and ), and the references to Demetrius and Sotades both suggest a date after their deaths.   texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK Demetrius On style. Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Demetrius On style. by Demetrius; Roberts, W. Rhys (William Rhys), Publication date Topics Greek language.

Demetrius on style.: The Greek text of Demetrius De elocutione. W Rhys Roberts, Demetrius Phalereus, W. Rhys Roberts Published in in Hildesheim by G OlmsCited by: 6. Book online with demetrius cunningham, a Stylist in Columbia, SC. See reviews, services, and pictures of demetrius cunningham’s work. Book Now. Demetrius of Phalerum was an Athenian orator originally from Phalerum, a student of Theophrastus, and perhaps of Aristotle, and one of the first Peripatetics. Demetrius was a distinguished statesman who was appointed by the Macedonian king, Cassander, to govern Athens, where he ruled as sole ruler for ten years, introducing important reforms of the legal system while maintaining pro-Cassander oligarchic . Master Barber Demetrius Clements is from Peoria IL. Has been cutting hair for over 25 years. Love the business of the barbering. Enjoy art and sports. Family oriented and a hard worker. Cancellation Policy You will not be charge if you cancel at least 24 hours before your appointment starts.

Studies in Demetrius On style. [D M Schenkeveld] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Phalereus Demetrius; Demetrius (Phalereus). Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D M Schenkeveld. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Distributor from label covering. Demetrius would have inserted a fourth style into the traditional system of three styles by dividing the middle style into the elegant style on the one hand, and the forceful style on the other. According to this reconstruction, Demetrius would come at the end of the development of stylistic theory, after rhetoricians like Cicero and Dionysius. In Poetics, Aristotle ( BCE) treats Greek tragedy and epic. The subject of On the Sublime, attributed to an (unidentifiable) Longinus and probably composed in the first century CE, is greatness in writing. On Style, attributed to an (unidentifiable) Demetrius and perhaps composed in the second century BCE, analyzes four literary styles. Lee Jamieson has a M.A. in theater studies and is the author of numerous books. He lectured for six years on theater studies at Stratford-upon-Avon College in the U.K. When first introduced, Helena demonstrates the insecurities she has about her looks and her jealousy towards her friend Hermia who has unwittingly stolen the affections of Author: Lee Jamieson.