The Nature of Sappho's Seizure in FR. 31 LP as Evidence of her Inversion

Classical Quarterly 20 (01):17- (1970)
It is proposed to reappraise the nature of Sappho's seizure , to demonstrate that it constitutes proof positive of her lesbianism and to delimit, on the basis of psycho-physiological considerations, the sense any emendation of must have, if it is to match the clinical precision and to fit the rest of the seizure she describes
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DOI 10.1017/S0009838800044542
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