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Thu Oct 16 17:58:58 2014 UTClccn-n850228790.13Watson's apology0.590.92Famous trials re-told some society causes cľb̈res /40557713John_Selby_Watsonn 850228791345750Selby Watson, John 1804-1884Watson, J.S.Watson, J. S. 1804-1884Watson, John Selby 1804-1884Watson, John Selby Reverendlccn-n80036673Xenophonnp-cicero, marcus tulliusCicero, Marcus Tulliuslccn-n79145714Bainbridge, Beryl1932-2010lccn-n80046563Quintilianlccn-n79139459Platolccn-n83061564Welwood, James1652-1727trllccn-n50023384Fielding, Sarah1710-1768trllccn-n79018348Sallust86 B.C.-34 B.C.lccn-nr98011145Wright, J.(Josiah)1842-1894trllccn-no2003079544Stawell, F. M.(Florence Melian)1869-1936trlWatson, J. S.(John Selby)1804-1884PoetryEpic poetry, GreekEpic poetryHistoryDidactic poetry, LatinFictionAnecdotesBiographyTextbooksCriticism, interpretation, etcEpic poetry, GreekOdysseus (Greek mythology)Achilles (Greek mythology)Trojan WarPhilosophy, AncientDidactic poetry, LatinGreek poetryHomerLucretius Carus, TitusOratoryWatson, J. S.--(John Selby),SocratesLatin literatureOratory, AncientGreek literatureBattlesRome (Empire)Iliad (Homer)IranCyrus,--the Younger,EducationEpic poetryLatin poetryGreeceClassical literatureOdyssey (Homer)Mythology, GreekEpic poetry, EnglishCyrus,--the Great, King of Persia,Achilles (Greek mythology) in literatureLiteratureExpedition of Cyrus (Greece : 401 B.C.)Trojan War--Literature and the warOratorsTrialsHistory, AncientEpic poetry, ClassicalCobbett, William,Wilkes, John,Rhetoric, AncientAnimal intelligenceJustinus, Marcus JunianusXenophonPorson, Richard,Lindsay, Vachel,SciencePeloponnesian War (Greece : 431-404 B.C.)Turkey--Troy (Extinct city)GreeksButler, Samuel,18041884180818441848185118521853185418551856185718581859186018611862186318641865186618671868186918701871187218731875187618771878187918801881188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071909191019121913191419151916192019241925192919311933193619371940194419471959196119651970197519761978197919801982198419851986198819911992199720012005200720092010201120137169141602883.1PA4025.A5ocn003714499ocn011569900ocn775769228ocn000614674ocn000271481ocn007445712ocn002528727ocn005218367ocn007432968ocn005864264ocn006713371ocn009398338ocn004836774ocn003644292ocn002476505ocn010707405ocn018972231ocn005880900ocn003360175ocn02437229377432ocn000081822book18550.59Cicero, Marcus TulliusCicero on oratory and orators+-+K84768453554515ocn003714499book19100.56PlatoSocratic discourses+-+895310789648855ocn015700215book18540.66XenophonThe Anabasis, or Expedition of Cyrus, and the Memorabilia of SocratesHistory4444ocn000757313book19650.63QuintilianOn the early education of the citizen-orator. Institutio oratoria, book I, and book II, chapters one through ten44052ocn000614674book18520.77SallustSallust, Florus, and Velleius PaterculusHistory35929ocn011569900book18560.77QuintilianQuintilian's Institutes of oratory; or, Education of an orator. In twelve books. Literally tr. with notes31720ocn820922580book18550.77Cicero, Marcus TulliusCicero on oratory and orators with his letters to Quintus and Brutus28633ocn005864264book18530.70Watson, J. SJustin, Cornelius Nepos, and Eutropius, literally translated, with notes and a general indexHistoryBiographySources+-+K08612400525525ocn007445712book18550.70XenophonThe Cyropaedia, or, Institution of Cyrus, and the Hellenics, or Grecian history. Literally translated from the Greek of XenophonHistoryFiction20426ocn007432968book18570.79XenophonXenophon's minor works, comprising the Agesilaus, Hiero, Oeconomicus, Banquet, Apology of Socrates, the treatises on the Lacedaemonian and Athenian governments, On revenues of Athens, On horsemanship, On the duties of a cavalry officer, and On hunting1579ocn775769228book18510.70Lucretius Carus, TitusOn the nature of things : a philosophical poem, in six booksPoetry1186ocn002649067book18820.31Lucretius Carus, TitusLucretius: On the nature of things ; and, The Discourses of Epictetus ; and, The Meditations of Marcus AureliusHistoryPoetryDidactic poetry, Latin1175ocn001540629book18700.86Watson, J. SBiographies of John Wilkes and William CobbettBiography10212ocn005954763book18580.35HomerThe Odyssey of HomerCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksFictionPoetryParodies, imitations, etcEpic poetryEpic poetry, GreekA complete translation of the Greek poem recounting the experience of Odysseus during his return from the Trojan War10116ocn006804284book18570.39HomerThe IliadCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryTextbooksEpic poetry, GreekA line-by-line rendering of the great epic retells, in free-running lines of six-beat verse, the great matter of the Trojan War, Achilles' and Hector's fallible heroism and deaths, and the comings and goings of gods and men+-+59169795161005ocn037418344book18510.31Lucretius Carus, TitusOn the nature of thingsPoetryOnce we understand this, we free ourselves of superstitious fears, becoming as human and as godlike as we can be. The poem, then, is about the universe and how human beings ought to live in it. Epicurean physics and morality converge+-+84267482068910ocn005153552book18670.84Watson, J. SThe reasoning power in animalsFolkloreAnecdotes8810ocn000271481book18560.66QuintilianQuintilian's Institutes of oratory; or, Education of an orator877ocn004729842book18610.77Watson, J. SThe life of Richard Porson, M.A. : professor of Greek in the University of Cambridge from 1792 to 1808Biography865ocn775771531book18990.82XenophonThe memorabilia of Socrates92410ocn012216591book19840.23Bainbridge, BerylWatson's apologyFictionDomestic fictionOn Thursday 12th October 1871, the Rev. J. S. Watson bludgeoned his wife to death on their return from church+-+4084521325651ocn506012513com19240.92Wyndham, HoraceFamous trials re-told some society causes cľb̈resTrials, litigation, etc382ocn014765319rcrd19860.13Bainbridge, BerylWatson's apologyFictionStrange circumstances of the Stockwell Tragedy have led Beryl Bainbridge to speculate upon its causes. The bare bones of the case emerge from letters, newspapers, and home office files, but it is the novelist's imagination that fills in the gaps to present a horrific, if somewhat comic, portrait of a marriage22ocn062339736book18750.47Watson, ein unglücklicher Ehemann : psychologische Studien über die EheHistorySources+-+K847684535+-+K847684535Thu Oct 16 15:25:22 EDT 2014batch24605