See and Be Scene: Posture, Posturing, and Preposterous Imposters
International Journal of the Classical Tradition
Connoisseurs of scholarly intitulation will have noticed my title mimics contemporary standard practice: a subject phrase (but often a gerund) followed by a colon that permits further definition, usually in an ascending tricolon of valueladen words. The colon permits authors two tries on the potential customer. Both these books provide substantial nourishment as well as attractive packaging; both include color photographs and reconstructions (Roller: 18 figures & 8 color plates; Clarke: a generous 119 photographs and figures & 24 color plates laid on a handsome semi-gloss paper).
Lateiner, Donald, "See and Be Scene: Posture, Posturing, and Preposterous Imposters" (2008). Classics Faculty Work. 24.
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