Abusive Mouths in Classical Athens
- Publication date:June 2008
- Dimensions: 228 x 152 mm
- Weight: 0.79kg
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In this fascinating study of the language of insult in classical Athens, Professor Worman demonstrates that the abuse of public speakers - particularly political leaders and dramatic poets - often uses the mouth as a focus for mockery, isolating it as a visible emblem of behaviours pilloried in the democratic arena.