Thinking Men: Masculinity and its Self-Representation in the by Lin Foxhall,John Salmon

By Lin Foxhall,John Salmon

Thinking Men explores creative and highbrow expression within the classical global because the self illustration of guy. It begins from the basis that the background of classical antiquity because the ancients inform it's a background of fellows. in spite of the fact that, the point of interest of this quantity is the construction, new version and new release of that male self as offered in language, poetry, drama, philosophical and medical inspiration and paintings: guy developing himself as topic in classical antiquity and past. This superbly illustrated quantity, which incorporates a preface via Nathalie Kampen, offers a thought-provoking and stimulating perception into the representations of fellows in Classical culture.

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