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“epistemic” – which above all medi- ate between student experience and pure abstraction, and invite students to think with and about tools and texts rather than blindly apply models. The rela- tionship of the tool with literary theory and the appropriate age for learning such a tool are also discussed. Keywords: modality; literary semantics; secondary education; thinking tool, thinking skill; literary and cultural analysis Daniel Candel: Universidad de Alcalá de Henares. E-mail: This article presents a tool of fictional analysis for secondary

literature and arts in general; see Noë 2015 ; Bundgaard and Stjernfelt 2015 ). In our example, Campos’ insight that the duplication of morphemes, graphemes, and phonemes observed in the poem is an “echo” of the semantic idea of “double death” in interpreted as the discovery of a multilevel constraint. Strategies for reading the poem (whether silently or aloud), comparing verses, hypothesizing constraints between different levels of the poem, all count as semiotic experiments, in which the agent (experimenter) is employing thinking tools in more or less precise and

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Robin Osborne, Greece in the Making, 1200–479 BC. 2nd Ed (M. Meier) [S. 153]

Eckart Schütrumpf, Praxis und Lexis. Ausgewählte Schriften zur Philosophie von Handeln und Reden in der klassischen Antike (B. Lienemann) [S. 154]

Brooke Holmes, The Symptom and the Subject. The Emergence of the Physical Body in Ancient Greece (L. Thommen) [S. 156]

R. Malcolm Errington, A History of the Hellenistic World 323–30 BC (C. Schäfer) [S. 157]

Kay Ehling, Untersuchungen zur Geschichte der späten Seleukiden (164–63 v. Chr.). Vom Tode des Antiochos IV. bis zur Einrichtung der Provinz Syria unter Pompeius (K. Bringmann) [S. 159]

Lukas Grossmann, Roms Samnitenkriege. Historische und historiographische Untersuchungen zu den Jahren 327–290 v. Chr (H. Heftner) [S. 160]

Hartmut Wulfram, Ex uno plures. Drei Studien zum postumen Persönlichkeitsbild des alten Cato (T. Hantos) [S. 162]

Iris Samotta, Das Vorbild der Vergangenheit. Geschichtsbild und Reformvorschläge bei Cicero und Sallust (D. Bühler) [S. 163]

Augustus, Schriften, Reden und Aussprüche. Hrsg., übers. u. kommentiert v. Klaus Bringmann u. Dirk Wiegandt (M. Strothmann) [S. 164]

Patrasso colonia di Augusto e le trasformazioni culturali, politiche ed economiche della Provincia di Acaia agli inizi dell’età imperiale romana. Atti del Convegno internazionale, Patrasso 23–24 marzo 2006 (K. Freitag) [S. 166]

Ulrike Roth, Thinking Tools. Agricultural Slavery between Evidence and Models (S. Knoch) [S. 167]

Simon Swain/Stephen Harrison/Jaś Elsner (Eds.), Severan Culture (H. M. Zilling) [S. 168]

Gregg Gardner/Kevin L. Osterloh (Eds.), Antiquity in Antiquity. Jewish and Christian Pasts in the Greco-Roman World (J. Wilker) [S. 170]

Caroline Humfress, Orthodoxy and the Courts in Late Antiquity (H. Schlange-Schöningen) [S. 172]

Volker L. Menze, Justinian and the Making of the Syrian Orthodox Church (A. Hasse-Ungeheuer) [S. 173]

Three Political Voices from the Age of Justinian. Agapetus, Advice to the Emperor, Dialogue on Political Science. Paul the Silentiary, Description of Hagia Sophia. Transl. with an Introduction and Notes by Peter N. Bell (D. Brodka) [S. 174]

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