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By Nancy Worman

ISBN-10: 0521182565

ISBN-13: 9780521182560

ISBN-10: 0521857872

ISBN-13: 9780521857871

This research of the language of insult charts abuse in classical Athenian literature that centres at the mouth and its appetites, particularly speaking, consuming, ingesting, and sexual actions. Attic comedy, Platonic discussion, and fourth-century oratory usually set up insulting depictions of the mouth and its excesses on the way to deride expert audio system as sophists, demagogues, and girls. even if the styles of images explored are very widespread in historical invective and later western literary traditions, this can be the 1st booklet to debate this phenomenon in classical literature. It responds to a starting to be curiosity in either abusive speech genres and the illustration of the physique, illuminating an iambic discourse that isolates the intemperate mouth as a visual brand of behaviours ridiculed within the democratic arenas of classical Athens.

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This examine of the language of insult charts abuse in classical Athenian literature that centres at the mouth and its appetites, specially speaking, consuming, consuming, and sexual actions. Attic comedy, Platonic discussion, and fourth-century oratory frequently installation insulting depictions of the mouth and its excesses with a view to deride expert audio system as sophists, demagogues, and ladies.

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