Among the topics are Aristophanic expurgation and its phallacies, Greek epigram in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, anxiety and expurgation in the publication of Lucretius' De rerum natura, modifying Martial in 19th-century Britain, and sexual and scatological references in the Loeb Classical Library.
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Of special interest are new editions of Isocrates, one in three volumes for the Loeb Classical Library and another published in the University of Texas's Oratory of Classical Greece series.
For decades, the Loeb Classical Library published watered-down versions of Greek and Roman texts, only to reverse itself after the 1960s and put back in the dirty words of Aristophanes and others.
Jeffrey Henderson (Cambridge, Mass: Loeb Classical Library, Harvard University Press, 2004), 360, line 274.
Scholarship in the nineteenth century was committed to the large-scale collection, editing, and publishing of documents in the classical and medieval fields: the Oxford Classical Texts, Monumenta Germaniae Historica, and the Loeb Classical Library, to name only a few series.
Butterworth's in the Loeb Classical Library series, and many books on him, notably that by S.
The clean-shaven artist shies away from any autobiographical/oedipal import suggested by the presence of his own father, but the psychological symbolism of the beard seems obvious: masculinity, power, authority, wisdom, but also dirtiness, sloth, marginality, insanity--a chain of signifiers blandly incorporating numerous authors from the Loeb Classical Library, nameless homeless guys, and scruffy art boys.
A later check of the index to The Greek Bucolic Poets in the Loeb Classical Library confirmed this lack.