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(November 08, 2016 - December 08, 2016)

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Cosmology and the polis : the social construction of space and time in the tragedies of Aeschylus by Seaford, Richard, (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2014-2012)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) PA3829 .S37 2014
Roman audience : classical literature as social history by Wiseman, T. P. (Timothy Peter), (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2015)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) PA6003 .W57 2015
Viva il latino : storie e bellezza di una lingua inutile by Gardini, Nicola, (Milano : Garzanti, 2016-05)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) PA2057 .G373 2016
Greek interjections : syntax, semantics and pragmatics by Nordgren, Lars, 1976- (Boston : De Gruyter Mouton, 2015)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) PA369 .N67 2016
From agent to spectator : witnessing the aftermath in ancient Greek epic and tragedy by Allen-Hornblower, Emily, (Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, 2016)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) PA4037 .A6117 2016
Greek tragedy : themes and contexts by Swift, Laura, 1979- (London ; New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2016)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) PA3136 .S948 2016
Studies in the language of Hipponax by Hawkins, Shane, 1972- (Bremen : Hempen Verlag, 2013)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) PA4017.H3 H39 2013
At twilight they return : a novel in ten tales by Zatelē, Zyranna, (New Haven : Yale University Press, 2016)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) PA5637.A8 K3513 2016
Linguistic interaction in Roman comedy by Barrios-Lech, Peter, 1977- (Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2016)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) PA6069 .B37 2016
Reproducing Rome : motherhood in Virgil, Ovid, Seneca, and Statius by McAuley, Mairéad, (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) PA6030.W7 M38 2016

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