Time and Narrative in Classical Literature: Epic Poetry, Phenomenology and Literary History. / Kahane, Ahuvia.

The Oxford Handbook of Literary Theory in Antiquity. ed. / Nancy Worman; Joy Connolly. Oxford University Press, 2019.

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Time and Narrative in Classical Literature: Epic Poetry, Phenomenology and Literary History. / Kahane, Ahuvia.

The Oxford Handbook of Literary Theory in Antiquity. ed. / Nancy Worman; Joy Connolly. Oxford University Press, 2019.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Kahane, A 2019, Time and Narrative in Classical Literature: Epic Poetry, Phenomenology and Literary History. in N Worman & J Connolly (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Literary Theory in Antiquity. Oxford University Press.

APA

Kahane, A. (2019). Time and Narrative in Classical Literature: Epic Poetry, Phenomenology and Literary History. Manuscript submitted for publication. In N. Worman, & J. Connolly (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Literary Theory in Antiquity Oxford University Press.

Vancouver

Kahane A. Time and Narrative in Classical Literature: Epic Poetry, Phenomenology and Literary History. In Worman N, Connolly J, editors, The Oxford Handbook of Literary Theory in Antiquity. Oxford University Press. 2019

Author

Kahane, Ahuvia. / Time and Narrative in Classical Literature: Epic Poetry, Phenomenology and Literary History. The Oxford Handbook of Literary Theory in Antiquity. editor / Nancy Worman ; Joy Connolly. Oxford University Press, 2019.

BibTeX

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