A Commentary on Demosthenes's Philippic I: With Rhetorical Analyses of Philippics II and III

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Abbreviations and Bibliography

A complete annotated bibliography of work on Demosthenes, arranged topically and by speech, can be found in Donald Jackson and Galen Rowe, “Demosthenes 1915–1965,” Lustrum 14 (1969): 7–109, and for the period after 1965 in Felipe G. Hernández Muñoz, “Demostenes 1965–1997: Repertorio Bibliografico,” Tempus 21 (1999): 37–71. The line numbers in the analysis refer to the Oxford Classical Text by M. R. Dilts (Oxford, 2002).

AristidesAristidis Qui Feruntur Libri Rhetorici II, ed. W. Schmid (Leipzig, 1926)
AristotleArs Rhetorica. ed. W. D. Ross (Oxford, 1959). All translations from this work come from George Kennedy, Aristotle: On Rhetoric (Oxford, 1991)
BersVictor Bers, Speech in Speech: Studies in Incorporated “Oratio Recta” in Attic Drama and Oratory (London, 1997)
BlackE. Black, “The Second Persona,” Quarterly Journal of Speech 56 (1970): 109–19.
BlassFriedrich Blass, Die Attische Beredsamkeit, 2nd ed., vol. 3.1 (Leipzig, 1893).
BorzaEugene N. Borza, In the Shadow of Olympus: The Emergence of Macedon (Princeton, 1990).
CarlierPierre Carlier, Démosthène (Paris, 1990).
CawkwellG. L. Cawkwell, “Eubulus,” Journal of Hellenic Studies 83 (1963): 47–67.
CIACorpus Inscriptionum Atticarum (Berlin, 1873–95)
[Cicero]Rhetoric to Herennius. All quotations from this work come from the translation by H. Caplan in the Loeb Classical Library (Cambridge, Mass., 1954).
DaviesGilbert A. Davies, ed., Demosthenes: Philippics I, II, and III (Cambridge, 1907).
Denniston GPJ. D. Denniston, The Greek Particles (Oxford, 1954).
Denniston GPSJ. D. Denniston, Greek Prose Style (Oxford, 1952).
DemetriusOn Style. All quotations from this work come from the translation by Doreen Innes, based on that of W. Rhys Roberts, in the Loeb Classical Library (Cambridge, Mass., 1995).
Devine and StephensA. M. Devine and Laurence Stephens, Discontinuous Syntax: Hyperbaton in Greek (Oxford, 2000)

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A Commentary on Demosthenes's Philippic I: With Rhetorical Analyses of Philippics II and III
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Abbreviations and Bibliography xi
  • Introduction- Philippic I 3
  • Structure of the Speech 17
  • ΔHmoΣΘEnoyΣ Kata ΦiΛiΠΠoy A' 19
  • Commentary 37
  • Appendix 1- Philippic II 123
  • Appendix 2- Philippic III 137
  • Appendix 3- The Longer and Shorter Versions of Philippic III 167
  • Historical Index 175
  • Rhetorical Index 177
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