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    • Publications of Diskin Clay

      • Books

          • Archilochos Heros: The Cult of Poets in the Greek States.
          • Harvard University Press,
          • 2004.
          • Sophocles' Philoctetes (translated by Carl Phillips, with an Introduction and Notes by Diskin Clay).
          • Greek Tragedy in New Translation,,
          • Oxford University Press,
          • 2003.
          • Euripides, The Trojan Women, Translated with Introduction and Notes.
          • Focus Classical Library,
          • 2003.
          • (Newburyport, Massachusetts).
          • D. Clay and Carl Phillips.
          • Sophocles, Philoctetes.
          • Oxford University Press,
          • 2002.
          • Platonic Questions: Dialogues with the Silent Philosopher.
          • The Pennsylvania State University Press,
          • 2000.
          • (University Park, Pennsylvania).
          • D. Clay and Andrea Purvis.
          • Four Island Utopias: Being Plato's Atlantis, Euhemeros of Messene's Panchaia, Iamboulos' Island of the Sun, and Francis Bacon's New Atlantis.
          • Focus Publishing,
          • 1999.
          • (Newburyport, Massachusetts).
          • Introduction, Translation, and Notes, translated by David Konstan, Diskin Clay, Terence E. Glad, Johan C. Tom, and James P. Ware.
          • Philodemus: On Frank Criticism.
          • The Society for Biblical Literature, Scholars Press,
          • 1998.
          • (Atlanta).
          • Paradosis and Survival: Three Chapters in the History of Epicurean Philosophy.
          • The University of Michigan Press,
          • 1998.
          • (Ann Arbor, Michigan).
          • John Locke: Questions concerning the Law of Nature.
          • Cornell University Press,
          • 1990.
          • (Ithaca and London).
          • Lucretius and Epicurus.
          • Cornell University Press,
          • 1983.
          • (Ithaca and London).
          • D. Clay and Stephen Berg.
          • Sophocles' Oedipus the King.
          • Oxford University Press,
          • 1978.
          • (New York).
          Publication Description

          Paperback edition 1988. The translation is anthologized in Donald Hall, To Read Literature: Fiction, Poetry, and Drama, Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, New York 1989, and The Riverside Anthology of Literature, Houghton Mifflin (now in its third edition 1997)

          • Oxyrhynchan Poems.
          • Press 22,
          • 1973.
          • (Portland Oregon).
      • Monographs

          • D. Clay.
          • Lucian of Samosata: Four Philosophical Lives (Nigrinus, Demonax, Peregrinus, Alexander Pseudomantis.
          • 1992.
          • (Berlin and New York).
          • D. Clay.
          • The Philosophical Inscription of Diogenes of Oenoanda: New Discoveries 1969-1983.
          • 1990.
          • (Berlin and New York).
      • Papers Published

          • "Plato Philomythos."
          • The Cambridge Companion to Greek Mythology.
          • Ed. Roger Woodard.
          • Cambridge,
          • 2007.
          • 210-236.
          • "The philosophical writings of Demetrius of Laconia” “The philosophical inscription of Diogenes of Oenoanda,” and “A Census of Known or Suspected Epicureans: 100 BC -200 AD."
          • Greek and Roman Philosophy 100 BC to 200 AD.
          • Ed. Richard Sorabji and Robert W. Sharples.
          • BICS Supplement 94 – 2 vols,
          • London,
          • 2007.
          • 207-211 & 283-291.
          • "“l’Épicurisme: école et tradition,” trans. Claudine Tiercelin."
          • Lire Épicure et les épicuriens.
          • Ed. ed. Alain Gigandet and Jean-Marie Morel.
          • Paris,
          • 2007.
          • 11-27.
          • "Dialogue and Dialectic."
          • New Dictionary of the History of Ideas.
          • Waterville, Maine,
          • 2007.
          • 574-6.
          • "The Islands of the Odyssey."
          • Mapping the Mediterranean Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies
          • 37
          • .1
          • (2007)
          • :
          • 141-161..
          • ""Meditating on the Meditations," Introduction to Martin Hammom, translator, The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius."
          • Penguin Books,
          • 2006.
          • "Reflections of the Marble Past in the early Poetry of George Seferis."
          • Antiphilesis: Studies in Honor of J. Th. A. Papademetriou
          • (2006)
          • .
          • Steiner Verlag.
          • "The Comic Poet of Plato’s Symposium."
          • Skepsis
          • (2006)
          • :
          • 25:73-81.
          • (in Festschrift for John Anton in Honor of his 85th Birthday)
          • "The Hangover of Plato’s Symposium in Renaissance Italy:."
          • Plato’s Symposium: Issues in Interpretation and Reception.
          • Ed. James Lesher, Debra Nails, and Frisbee Sheffield.
          • Helenic Studies 22,
          • Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard University Press,
          • 2006.
          • 341-359.
          • "Translation of George Seferis' Delphi, Arion."
          • NS 12:3: 1-16
          • (2005)
          • .
          • ""Plato's Atlantis and the Exploding Planet," review of A.F. Alford: The Atlantis Secret: A Complete Decoding of Plato's Lost Continent."
          • The Classic Review 56-58
          • 2001,
          • (2005)
          • .
          • "Vergil's Farewell to Education (Catalepton V) and Epicurus' Letter to Pythocles."
          • Philodemus, Vergil, and the Augustans
          • .
          • Ed. Patricia Johnston and Marilyn Skinner.
          • University of Texas Press, Austin,
          • (2004)
          • :
          • 54-76.
          • "Lucretius' Honeyed Muse: The History and Meaning of an Analogy."
          • Mèlanges offerts à Mayotte Bollack: Le jardin romain. Épicurisme et poèsie à Rome
          • .
          • Ed. Annick Monet and Philippe Rouseau.
          • Lille,
          • (2003)
          • :
          • 1-14.
          • "Lucretius' Gigantomachy."
          • Lucretius and His Intellectual Background
          • .
          • Ed. K.A. Algra, M.H. Koenen, and P.H. Schrijvers.
          • (2003)
          • :
          • 187-192.
          • (K.A. Algra, M.H. Koenen, and P.H. Schrijvers)
          • "Selections from "The Poetry of Greece"."
          • The Charioteer: an Annual Review of Modern Greek Culture
          • 39
          • .40
          • (2003)
          • :
          • 87-105.
          • "The Trial of Socrates at Herculaneum."
          • Atti del Colloquio Internazionale: I Papiri Ercolanesi e la Storia della Filosofia antica.
          • 33
          • Chronache Ercolaneis,
          • 2003.
          • (Naples)
          • "Philodemus on the Plain Speaking of the Other Philosophers."
          • Philodemus and the New Testament World.
          • Ed. John Fitzgerald.
          • Leiden,
          • 2003.
          • ((55-71) (Chapter 6 of Paradosis and Survival, 1998)
          • "The Scandal of Dionysos on Paros: The Mnesiepes Inscription E3."
          • Prometheus
          • 27
          • (2002)
          • :
          • 97-111.
          • "Translation of Aristotle’s Hymn to Virtue."
          • Athens: From the Classical Period to the Present Day (5th century B. C. – A. D. 2000).
          • 2002.
          • 128.
          • (Athens)
          • "Homer: The Song of the Sirens."
          • The American Poetry Review
          • 31
          • .6
          • (2002)
          • :
          • 45.
          • "Plato (the Republic)."
          • The Encyclopedia of Literary Translation into English.
          • Ed. Olive Classe.
          • 2
          • Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers,
          • 2001.
          • 1080-1082.
          • (London)
          • "Diogenes and his Gods."
          • Epikureismus in der späten Republik und der Kaiserzeit
          • (2000)
          • .
          • "Heroes and heroines."
          • Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition.
          • Ed. Graham Speake.
          • 2000.
          • 742-744.
          • "The Metamorphosis of Ovid in the Commedia."
          • Mito e Poesia: Atti del secondo seminario dantesco internazionale
          • .
          • Ed. Michelangelo Picone and Tatiana Crivelli.
          • (1999)
          • :
          • 69-87.
          • "The Invention of Atlantis: The Anatomy of a Fiction."
          • Proceedins of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy
          • .
          • Ed. ed. John J. Cleary and Gary M. Gurtler, S. J., E. J. Brill, Leiden.
          • 15
          • Köln,
          • (1999)
          • :
          • 1-21.
          • (Boston)
          • "The Theory of the Literary Persona in Antiquity."
          • Materiali e discussioni per l'analisi dei testi classici
          • 40
          • (1998)
          • :
          • 9-40.
          • "Translation of Plato's Critias."
          • The Complete Dialogues of Plato
          • .
          • Ed. J. M. Cooper.
          • Hackett Publishing Co.,
          • (1997)
          • :
          • 1292-1306.
          • (Indianapolis and Cambridge, Mass)
          • "Articles on Dialogue (Greek and Latin), Diogenes of Oenoanda, Phaedrus (Epicureus), Poets, Lyric and Elegiac, Polystratus, Zeno (Sidonius)."
          • Encyclopedia of Classical Philosophy.
          • Ed. Donald J. Zeyl.
          • Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc,
          • 1997.
          • (Westport, Connecticut)
          • "The Fate of Fortuna."
          • Oxymoron
          • (1997)
          • :
          • 73-78.
          • "Greek Poets and Strangers."
          • A Dedication to George Seferis, The New Griffin
          • 2
          • (1997)
          • :
          • 39-47.
          • "The Essential Karaghiozis."
          • American School of Classical Studies at Athens Newsletter
          • 40
          • (1997)
          • :
          • 5.
          • "Picturing Diogenes."
          • The Cynics: The Cynic Movement in Antiquity and its Legacy
          • .
          • Ed. R. Bracht Branham and Marie-Odile Goulet-Cazé.
          • University of California Press,
          • (1996)
          • :
          • 366-387.
          • (Berkeley, Los Angeles and London)
          • "Framing the Margins of Philodemus and Poetry."
          • Philodemus & Poetry: Poetic Theory & Practice in Lucretius, Philodemus, & Horace
          • .
          • Ed. Dirk Obbink.
          • Oxford University Press,
          • (1995)
          • :
          • 3-14.
          • (New York and Oxford)
          • "The Origins of the Socratic Dialogue."
          • The Socratic Movement
          • .
          • Ed. Paul A. Vander Waerdt.
          • Cornell University Press,
          • (1994)
          • .
          • (Ithaca and London)
          • "Plato's Magnesia."
          • Nomodeiktes: Greek Studies in Honor of Martin Ostwald
          • .
          • Ed. Joseph Farrell and Ralph M. Rosen.
          • University of Michigan Press,
          • (1993)
          • :
          • 435-445.
          • "William Ayers Arrowsmith: The Years at Johns Hopkins."
          • In Memoriam William Arrowsmith, Arion
          • Third Series 2 & 3,
          • (1993)
          • :
          • 263-267.
          • "Plato's First Words."
          • Beginnings in Classical Literature: Yale Classical Studies
          • .
          • Ed. F. M. Dunn and Thomas Cole.
          • 29
          • (1992)
          • :
          • 113-129.
          • "Columbus' Senecan Prophecy."
          • Brief Mention, American Journal of Philology
          • 113
          • (1992)
          • :
          • 617-620.
          • "The World of Hesiod."
          • The Ramus Essays on Hesiod II: Ramus
          • .
          • Ed. Apostolos N. Athanassakis.
          • 21.2
          • (1992)
          • :
          • 131-155.
          • "On a Forgotten Kind of Reading."
          • Leo Strauss's Thought: Toward a Critical Engagement
          • .
          • Ed. Alan Udoff.
          • (1991)
          • :
          • 252-266.
          • (Boulder and London)
          • "Alcman's Partheneion."
          • Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica
          • 39
          • (1991)
          • :
          • 47-67.
          • "Missing Persons: or The Selfless Greeks."
          • The Search for the Individual: Roots of Western Civilization
          • .
          • Ed. W. J. Carroll, Jr., J. J. Furlong, C. Stephen Mann, Peter Lang.
          • (1990)
          • :
          • 13-22.
          • (New York)
          • "A Lost Epicurean Community."
          • Tradition and Innovation in Epicureanism: Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies
          • .
          • Ed. Paul A. Vander Waerdt.
          • 30
          • (1989)
          • :
          • 313-335.
          • (reprinted as Chapter 15 of Paradosis and Survival, 1998)
          • "Dante's Broken Faith: The Sin of the Second Circle."
          • Dante Today
          • .
          • Ed. Amilcare Ianucci, Quaderni di Italianistica.
          • 10
          • (1989)
          • :
          • 91-108.
          • "Reading the Republic."
          • Chapter 1 in Platonic Readings / Platonic Writings
          • .
          • Ed. Charles Griswold, Jr., Routledge and Kegan Paul.
          • (1988)
          • :
          • 19-33, 269-272.
          • (reprinted with corrections , Penn State University Press, 2002)
          • "The Archaeology of the Temple to Juno in Carthage (Aen. 1.446-93)."
          • Classical Philology
          • 832
          • (1988)
          • :
          • 195-205.
          • "C. P. Cavafy: The Poet in the Reader."
          • Journal of Modern Greek Studies
          • 5
          • (1987)
          • :
          • 65-83.
          • "Gaps in the Universe of the Platonic Dialogues."
          • Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy
          • .
          • Ed. John J. Cleary.
          • 3
          • University Press of America,
          • (1987)
          • :
          • 71-94.
          • "The Cults of Epicurus."
          • Cronache ercolanesi
          • 16
          • (1986)
          • :
          • 12-28.
          • (reprinted as Chapter 5 of Paradosis and Survival, 1998)
          • "The Art of Glaukos (Plato, Phaedo 108D4-9)."
          • American Journal of Philology
          • 106
          • (1985)
          • :
          • 230-236.
          • "The Cult of Epicurus: An Interpretation of Philodemus On Epicurus (PHERC. 1232) and Other Texts."
          • Atti del XVII Congresso Internazionale di Papirologia
          • (1984)
          • :
          • 677-679.
          • "The Means to Epicurus' Salvation: The 'Crux' at Diogenes of Oenoanda, NF 7 II 12."
          • Studi in onore di Adelmo Barigazzi I, Sileno
          • 10
          • (1984)
          • :
          • 169-175.
          • (reprinted as Chapter 12 of Paradosis and Survival, 1998)
          • "Individual and Community in the First Generation of the Epicurean School."
          • SUZHTHSIS: Studi sull'epicureismo greco e romano offerti a Marcello Gigante
          • I
          • (1983)
          • :
          • 255-279.
          • (reprinted as Chapter 4 of Paradosis and Survival, 1998)
          • "Epicurus in the Archives of Athens."
          • Studies in Attic Epigraphy, History, and Topography presented to Eugene Vanderpool, Hesperia
          • XIX
          • (1982)
          • .
          • (reprinted as Chapter 3 of Paradosis and Survival, 1998)
          • "Georg Luck and a Decade of AJP."
          • American Journal of Philology
          • 103
          • (1982)
          • :
          • 1-3.
          • "Unspeakable Words in Greek Tragedy."
          • American Journal of Philology
          • 103
          • (1982)
          • :
          • 277-298.
          • (reprinted in Greek Literature, ed. Gregory Nagy, London 2001)
          • "An Epicurean Interpretation of Dreams."
          • American Journal of Philology
          • 101
          • reprinted as Chapter 14 of Paradosis and Survival, 1998,
          • (1980)
          • :
          • 342-365.
          • "Socrates' Prayer to Pan."
          • Arktouros: Hellenic Studies presented to Bernard M. W. Knox
          • .
          • Ed. G. Bowersock, W. Burkert, and M. Putnam.
          • Berlin,
          • (1979)
          • :
          • 345-353.
          • (New York)
          • "Philippson's 'Basilica' and Diogenes' Stoa."
          • American Journal of Philology
          • 99
          • (1978)
          • :
          • 120-123.
          • (reprinted as Chapter 13 of Paradosis and Survival, 1998)
          • "The Silence of Hermippos: Greece in the Poetry of Cavafy."
          • Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
          • 3
          • (1977)
          • :
          • 95-116.
          • (reprinted in The Mind and Art of C. P. Cavafy, Denise Harvey & Co., Athens, 1983: Athens: 157-181)
          • "Lucretius contra Empedoclen: A Textual Note."
          • The Classical Journal
          • 73
          • (1977)
          • :
          • 27-29.
          • "A Gymnasium Inventory from the Athenian Agora."
          • Hesperia
          • 46
          • (1977)
          • :
          • 259-267.
          • "The Sources of Lucretius' Inspiration."
          • Études sur l'epicurisme antique, Cahiers de Philologie I
          • .
          • Ed. Jean Bollack and André Laks.
          • (1976)
          • :
          • 203-227.
          • (reprinted as Chapter 8 of Paradosis and Survival, 1998)
          • "The Tragic and Comic Poet of the Symposium."
          • Arion
          • 2
          • (1975)
          • :
          • 238-261.
          • (reprinted in Studies in Ancient Greek Philosophy II, Ed. J. Anton and A. Preus, State University of New York Press: Albany: 186-202 and Greek Literature, ed. Gregory Nagy, London 2001)
          • "Sailing to Lampsacus: Diogenes of Oenoanda, New Fragment 7."
          • Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies
          • 14
          • (1973)
          • :
          • 49-59.
          • (reprinted as Chapter 11 of Paradosis and Survival,1998)
          • "Epicurus' Last Will and Testament."
          • Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie
          • 55
          • (1973)
          • :
          • 252-280.
          • (Chapter 1 of Paradosis and Survival, 1998)
          • "Classical Studies in Small Liberal Arts Colleges."
          • The Classical Journal
          • 68:2
          • (1972/73)
          • :
          • 155-160.
          • "Socrates' Mulishness and Heroism."
          • Phronesis
          • 17
          • (1972)
          • :
          • 53-60.
          • "Epicurus' Kyria Doxa XVII."
          • Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies
          • 13
          • (1972)
          • :
          • 59-66.
          • (reprinted as Chapter 2 of Paradosis and Survival, 1998)
          • "Fragmentum Adespotum 976."
          • Transactions of the American Philological Association
          • 101
          • (1970)
          • :
          • 119-129.
          • (reprinted in Greek Literature, ed. Gregory Nagy, London 2001)
          • "Aeschylus' Trigeron Mythos."
          • Hermes
          • 97
          • (1969)
          • :
          • 1-9.
          • "De Rerum Natura: Greek Physis and Epicurean Physiology (Lucretius 1.1-148)."
          • Transactions of the American Philological Association
          • 100
          • (1969)
          • :
          • 119-129.
          • (reprinted as Chapter 7 of Paradosis and Survival, 1998)
          • "The Aspiration of ethmos."
          • Glotta
          • 46
          • (1968)
          • :
          • 15-18.
          • "The Daggers at Agamemnon 714-715."
          • Philologus
          • 110
          • (1966)
          • :
          • 128-131.
      • Forthcoming

          • "Reports on Demetrios of Lakonia, Lucretius, and Diogenes of Oenoanda for Post Hellenistic Philosophy: 100BC-AD200."
          • Ed. ed. R. W. Sharples and Richard Sorabji.
          • 2007.
          • "Archlochos of Paros: Cult and Image."
          • Proceedings of the Second Congresss on the Cyclades, Archilochos and his Age.
          • 2007.
          • "The Athenian Garden."
          • The Cambridge Companion to Epicurus.
          • Ed. James Warren.
          • 2007.
          • "Dialogue and Dialectic, Socratic."
          • Scribners New Dictionary of the History of Ideas.
          • 2004.
          • "The Survival of Apollo: From Dante's Buono Appollo to Bernini's Apollo and Daphne."
          • Apolline Politics and Poetics, The European Cultural Center at Delphi
          • (July, 2003)
          • .
      • Papers Submitted

          • "In the Wake of Plato's Atlantis: Emerging Utopian Islands."
          • Syllecta Classica
          • (forthcoming)
          • .
      • Reviews

          • Review of Martin Ferguson Smith.
          • Supplement to Diogenes of Oinoanda: The Epicurean Inscription (La Scuola di Epicuro, Supplement 3).
          • Naples 2003
          • Bryn Mawr Classical Review,
          • (2004)
          • .
          • The Slightest Swerve, review of Don Fowler: Lucretius on Atomic Motion.
          • The Times Literary Supplement
          • 14
          • .32
          • (March, 2003)
          • .
          • Review of Maurizio Bettini, The Portrait of the Lover (Berkeley . Los Angeles . London 1998).
          • The Classical World
          • 95
          • (2002)
          • :
          • 456-457.
          • Review of Gregory Claeys and Liman Tower Sargent, The Utopian Reader (New York London 1999).
          • International Journal of the Classical Tradition
          • (2001)
          • :
          • 548-554.
          • Plato's Atlantis and the Exploding Planet, review of A. F. Alford: The Atlantis Secret: A Complete Decoding of Plato's Lost Continent.
          • The Classical Review
          • (2001)
          • :
          • 56-68.
          • Review of Roger Shattuck, Forbidden Knowledge: From Prometheus to Pornography (1997).
          • International Journal of the Classical Tradition
          • 6
          • (1998)
          • :
          • 259-262.
          • Review of Tiziano Dorandi, Filodemo, Storia dei filosofi: La Stoà da Zenone a Panezio (PHerc. 1018) (Leiden 1994).
          • American Journal of Philology
          • 118
          • (1997)
          • :
          • 146-149.
          • Review of Paul Zanker, The Mask of Socrates: The Image of the Intellectual in Antiquity (Berkeley . Los Angeles and London1995).
          • The Classical Journal
          • 92
          • (1997)
          • :
          • 425-429.
          • Review of Martha Nussbaum, The Therapy of Desire: Theory and Practice in Hellenistic Ethics (1994).
          • Literature and Philosophy
          • 20
          • (1996)
          • :
          • 501-505.
          • Review of David Ricks, The Shade of Homer: A Study of Modern Greek Poetry (1989).
          • Arion
          • Third Series,
          • 4
          • (1996)
          • :
          • 206-221.
          • Charles Segal, Lucretius on Death and Anxiety (Princeton 1990).
          • American Journal of Philology
          • 89
          • (1994)
          • :
          • 87-91.
          • Review of Malcolm Davis, Poetarum Melicorum Graecorum Fragmenta I (1991).
          • American Journal of Philology
          • 115
          • (1994)
          • :
          • 453-456.
          • Review of Gabriele Giannantoni, Socratis et Socraticorum Reliquiae (1990).
          • The Classical Journal
          • 88
          • (1993)
          • :
          • 296-300.
          • Hellenistic Philosophy: Schools, Systems, and Scepticism, Review of A. A. Long and David Sedley, The Hellenistic Philosophers (Cambridge 1987).
          • Ancient Philosophy
          • 13:3
          • (1993)
          • :
          • 379-393.
          • Review of Philip Mitsis, Epicurus' Ethical Theory: The Pleasures of Invulnerability (1988).
          • Classical World
          • 84
          • (1990)
          • :
          • 62.
          • Review of Bernard Frisher, The Sculpted Word: Epicureanism and Philosophical Recruitment in Ancient Greece (1982).
          • American Journal of Philology
          • 105
          • (1984)
          • :
          • 484-489.
          • Review of Tullia Ritti, Iscrizioni e relievi greci nel Museo Maffeiano di Verona (1981).
          • Classical World
          • 78
          • (1984)
          • :
          • 130.
          • Review of J. M. Snyder, Puns and Poetry in Lucretius' De Rerum Natura (1980).
          • American Journal of Philology
          • 103
          • (1982)
          • :
          • 220-223.
          • Review of Edmund Keeley, Cavafy's Alexandria (1976).
          • Modern Language Notes
          • 92
          • (1977)
          • :
          • 1145-1159.
          • Review of Martin West, Elegi et Iambi Graeci II (1972).
          • American Journal of Philology
          • 96
          • (1975)
          • :
          • 397-398.
          • Platonic Studies and the Study of Plato, Review of Gregory Vlastos, Platonic Studies (1973).
          • Arion
          • 2
          • (1975)
          • :
          • 116-132.
          • Review of Martin Ferguson Smith, Thirteen New Fragments of Diogenes of Oenoanda (1974).
          • American Journal of Philology
          • 97
          • (1975)
          • :
          • 306-309.
          • Review of Edelstein and Kidd, Posidonius: The Fragments I (1972).
          • Classical Folia
          • 28
          • (1974)
          • :
          • 115-117.
          • Review of Bollack, Bollack, and Wisman, La lettre d'Epicure (1971).
          • Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie
          • 56
          • (1974)
          • :
          • 188-193.
          • Review of L. Perelli, Lucrezio: poeta dell'angoscia (1969).
          • American Journal of Philology
          • 92
          • (1971)
          • :
          • 119-121.
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