A review of Jerzy Danielewicz’s Antologia liryki hellenistycznej, an anthology that not only makes Hellenistic poetry accessible for Polish readers, but also supplies a critical text and, thanks to the introduction and commentaries, is an important contribution to studies of that literary period.
The review covers Ruselina Nicolova’s The Bulgarian Grammar. This is a revised version of Bǔlgarska gramatika. Morfologiia (Sofiia 2008) edited in English by Frank & Timme (Berlin 2017). This outstanding achievement is appraised highly by the review author. The review compares the new work with an earlier academic morphology of Bulgarian (Gramatika na sǔvremenniia bǔlgarski knižoven ezik, t. 2: Morfologiia, Sofiia 1983). It concludes that the Grammar of R. Nicolova makes important progress in semantically and functionally oriented type of Bulgarian linguistic description as well as that publication of this study translated to English is important because it provides a widened reception of the work.
Pavol Żigo’s work, which opens the development of morphological maps in the OLA team, is worthy of the highest praise. It offers an interpretation of selected maps concerning declination of nouns, accompanied by detailed theoretical considerations of the process of changes in the declination system in Slavic languages. Drawing on extensive dialectal records, the Atlas offers an excellent overview of the complex development of declination of nouns in Slavic languages. This publication may serve as a model for further studies in this field.
ARGUMENTUM In Gedaniensi Theatro Litoris spectari possunt Euripidis Troades a Ioanne Klata directae. Qui director omnia fecit, ut spectatoris rerum novarum cupidi benivolentiam captaret, sensumque Troadum oblitteravit multas scaenas delendo et pro eis locos ex aliis tragoediis Euripideis sumptos inducendo. Digna laude videtur sola Dorothea Kolak, quae optime Hecubae partes agat.