By Thomas Williams
A narrative Williams wrote for his children—spinning it from The Hair of Harold Roux, his nationwide ebook Award–winning novel. youngsters input a mystery valley inside a mountain and come across a individuals with whom they percentage an odd kinship.
Thomas Williams released 8 novels and a set of brief tales over 3 many years starting in 1955. In 1975 he gained a countrywide publication Award for The Hair of Harold Roux, which, like any of his works, was once set within the fictionalized Leah, New Hampshire.
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1011 (no. 28), from the end of the fourth century, actually begins with the last seventy-seven verses of what was at least the sixth elegy of Book 3 (Acontius and Cydippe). Given that fragment 75 Pf. coincides with pages 151 and 152 of the 44 45 “Epigr. adesp. saec. VI p. C. vel potius posterioris aetatis” (vv. 1–7), test. 23 Pf. On the Aetia and Iambi as a superstructure, see Clayman 1988. 38 luigi lehnus papyrus, and that its pages contain between thirty-seven and forty-two lines each, the missing initial part of the codex must have amounted to some 5,900 verses, far too many for only two and a half books of the Aetia; therefore one can reasonably conclude that the Hymns and the Hecale, or the Hecale and the Hymns, did precede.
Payne, and R. Scodel. 16 susan stephens avoided repeating the work of recent scholars on Callimachus and his poetic contemporaries, and we have no chapters devoted to such questions as performance versus text, intertextuality, or audience,28 or the poet’s relationship to non-Greek Egypt29—though, again, discussion of such topics is interwoven into many of the chapters. We have given considerable thought to shaping this Companion to capture recent developments in Callimachean scholarship, especially the growing trend toward reading his poetry within its political, social, and art-historical contexts, and to take account of recent publications of new commentaries on the Aetia, the Hecale, and the Iambi.
10 M. [Lobel] (cod. 2211: Aetia 3 27. 13 M. [Pfeiffer; Lobel] (cod. 2258: Hecale (from A fr. 9v, fr. 11), Aetia 3, Aetia 4 (Lock of Berenice) + Victory of Sosibius 28. 11 M. [Hunt] (cod. 1011 = Bodl. inv. MS. Gr. class. c. 72 (olim d. 114) (P)/1–7: Aetia 3 and 4, Iambi 29. 4 M. 4427: Aetia 3 30. 7 M. 2213: Aetia 3+ 31. 2 M. 1092: Aetia 4 (Lock of Berenice) 32. , 499 LDAB [Koenen, Luppe & Pagán] (II/III) PMich inv. ) 33. ) 34. , 477 LDAB [Gronewald] (beginning of II) PMich inv. ) 35. 1362 = Bodl.
Tsuga's Children by Thomas Williams