Gray, V. J. "Continuous History and Xenophon, Hellenica" In American Journal of Philology 112, No. 2 (Summer 1991): 201-28.
Argues for an "essential unity" in the Hellenica, refuting critics who perceive the work to have been composed at largely disparate points in time.
Henry, W. P. Greek Historical Writing: A Historiographical Essay Based on Xenophon 's "Hellenica. " Chicago: Argonaut, 1966, 219 p.
A detailed analytical study of the Hellenica, often cited by later critics as the authority on the dating and composition of Xenophon's history.
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