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This book is dedicated in honour of Albert Rijksbaron on the occasion of his retirement from the position of Professor of Greek Linguistics at the University of Amsterdam. In his scholarly work, Albert has always demonstrated the great importance of linguistic analysis for literary interpretation. Shining examples of this work are his grammatical commentary on Euripides' Bacchae, and his studies on the expression of emotions in Homer. In order to appreciate the full range and depth of Albert Rijksbaron’s scholarship, a complete list of his publications has been included in this volume. The contributions to this volume aim to explore the still considerable terra nullius between the literary and linguistic approaches to classical texts.

Keywords: Albert Rijksbaron; classical texts; Greek Linguistics; University of Amsterdam



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