Thursday, June 05, 2014


At Age 24

William M. Calder III, "A Scholar's First Article," Classical World 77.6 (July-August, 1984) 361-366 (at 362):
Choose a narrowly defined subject where you can control all previous work. The need to do this makes an epigraphical or papyrological subject peculiarly attractive, or a single crux, textual or exegetical, in a literary work. At age 24 you are not experienced enough nor have you read enough to tell the world what Antigone means.
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