Compromising Traditions

Compromising Traditions

The Personal Voice in Classical Scholarship

eBook - 1997
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David Brown Book Co
From the time schoolchildren write their first essays, they are taught never to use the word `I', that the intervention of the personal pronoun - and thus their own opinions, rather than those of the scholarly tradition - negates the value of their work. This challenging, provocative and illuminating volume of ten papers very much challenges that idea, forming as it does the first collection of theoretically-informed autobiographical writing in the field of classical studies.
From the time schoolchildren write their first essays, they are taught never to use the word `I', that the intervention of the personal pronoun - and thus their own opinions, rather than those of the scholarly tradition - negates the value of their work.

Taylor
& Francis Publishing

First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Compromising Traditions is the first collection of theoretically informed autobiographical writing in the field of classical studies which aims to create a more expansive and authoritative form of classical scholarship.

Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 1997
ISBN: 9780203130681
0203130685
0415142830
0415142849
Characteristics: 1 online resource (196 pages)
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