Ennius and the Annales in Cicero's Philosophical works: Reflections on Cicero's citational strategies (2019)
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Citation and quotation are two distinct and yet related strategies used to reproduce or invoke words previously spoken or written by someone else in order to strengthen an argument or a specific point. Citation, properly speaking, is often equated with paraphrasing or summarizing. At times, it simply relates to invoking the name of an author or a speaker because of the authority that the person carries.
CitationSciarrino E (2019). Ennius and the Annales in Cicero's Philosophical works: Reflections on Cicero's citational strategies. Armidale, Australia: The 50Th Australasian Society for Classical Studies Conference. 28/01/2019.
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ANZSRC Fields of Research43 - History, heritage and archaeology::4303 - Historical studies::430305 - Classical Greek and Roman history
47 - Language, communication and culture::4703 - Language studies::470316 - Latin and classical Greek languages
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