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In this study of early Greek lyrics, Fowler attempts to determine the extent that Homer and epic poetry generally influenced the lyric poets, studies the organization of individual poems, and explores the nature of genres in the archaic period, starting from the vexed question of the definition of elegy.
Robert L. Fowler (1942-2014) was a professor of Classical Studies, University of Waterloo.
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