By Marilyn B. Skinner
This agenda-setting textual content has been totally revised in its moment version, with insurance prolonged into the Christian period. It is still the main complete and fascinating advent to the sexual cultures of historical Greece and Rome.
- Covers quite a lot of matters, together with Greek pederasty and the symposium, old prostitution, representations of ladies in Greece and Rome, and the general public rules of sexual behavior
- Expanded assurance extends to the arrival of Christianity, comprises additional illustrations, and gives student-friendly pedagogical features
- Text bins provide exciting information regarding tangential topics
- Gives a radical evaluation of present literature whereas encouraging extra interpreting and discussion
- Conveys the complexity of historic attitudes in the direction of sexuality and gender and the trendy debates they've got engendered
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