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This section contains a list of reference sources relevant to discussion of Dionysius? views on language, linguistics, and literature. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order. In his rhetorical works and to a lesser extent in his history of Rome, Dionysius makes use of a great variety of theories that had been developed in different language disciplines. He borrows numerous ideas from earlier and contemporary scholars, including philosophers, philologists, grammarians, metricians, musical theorists, critics and rhetoricians, and he integrates these ideas into an effective programme of rhetorical theory.

Keywords: Dionysius; grammarians; language; linguistics; literature; rhetorical theory



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