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This distinguished journal is known for publishing original literary and cultural studies of the ancient world that combine contemporary theoretical perspectives with traditional approaches to literary and material evidence. Arethusa introduced the world of classics to the application of new methods in literary theory, and continues to be an exciting venue for innovative and stimulating approaches.
published byJohns Hopkins University Press
viewing issueVolume 34, Number 2, Spring 2001
Table of Contents
- Like a Woman: Hector and the Boundaries of Masculinity
- pp. 221-235
- DOI: 10.1353/are.2001.0013
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