It has become customary for reviews of handbooks to express misgivings toward the genre and its ever-increasing presence. But whatever one might think of companion volumes, this is a useful book. It boasts a wide range of generally high-quality essays by a parade of eminent scholars. Perhaps its most praiseworthy feature is the clarity and accessibility of many of its contributions, which makes them ideal starting points for the non-specialist. We will no doubt be assigning several of these chapters in our classes.
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Goldstein, David. M. and Dieter Gunkel. Review of A Companion to the Ancient Greek Language, by E. J. Bakker ed. Bryn Mawr Classical Review (2011): 1-7.