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Great authors of the western literary tradition

Author: James A W HeffernanSusan Sage HeinzelmanRonald B HerzmanThomas F X NobleElizabeth VandiverAll authors
Publisher: Chantilly, Va. : Teaching Co., [2005]
Series: Great courses (Audiocassette)
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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This series presents some of the finest teachers in America, lecturing on some of the greatest literature ever written.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: James A W Heffernan; Susan Sage Heinzelman; Ronald B Herzman; Thomas F X Noble; Elizabeth Vandiver; Teaching Company.
ISBN: 156585974X 9781565859746
OCLC Number: 58480625
Performer(s): Lecturers: James A.W. Heffernan, Susan Sage Heinzelman, Ronald B. Herzman, Thomas F.X. Noble, Elizabeth Vandiver.
Description: 42 sound cassettes (ca. 2520 min.) : analog, Dolby processed + 7 course guidebooks (22 cm.)
Contents: Foundations --
The Epic of Gilgamesh --
Genesis and the documentary hypothesis --
The Deuteronomistic history --
Isaiah --
Job --
Homer: the Iliad --
Homer: the Odyssey --
Sappho and Pindar --
Aeschylus --
Sophocles --
Euripides --
Herodotus --
Thucydides --
Aristophanes --
Plato --
Menander and hellenistic literature --
Catullus and Horace --
Virgil --
Ovid --
Livy, Tacitus, Plutarch --
Petronius and Apuleius --
The Gospels --
Augustine --
Beowulf --
The Song of Roland --
El Cid --
Tristan and Isolt --
The Romance of the rose --
Dante Alighieri: Life and works --
Dante Alighieri: The Divine comedy --
Petrarch --Giovanni Boccaccio --
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight --
Geoffrey Chaucer: Life and work --
Geoffrey Chaucer: The Canterbury tales --
Christine de Pizan --
Erasmus --
Thomas More --
Michel de Montaigne --
Franȯis Rabelais --
Christopher Marlowe --
William Shakespeare: The Merchant of Venice --
William Shakespeare: Hamlet --
Lope de Vega --
Miguel de Cervantes --
John Milton --
Blaise Pascal --
Molir̈e --
Jean Racine --
Sister Juana Inš de la Cruz --
Daniel Defoe --
Alexander Pope --
Jonathan Swift --
Voltaire --
Jean-Jacques Rousseau --
Samuel Johnson --
Denis Diderot --
William Blake --
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe --
William Wordsworth --
Jane Austen --
Stendha --
Herman Melville --
Walt Whitman --
Gustave Flaubert --
Charles Dickens --
Fyodor Dostoevsky --
Leo Tolstoy --
Mark Twain --
Thomas Hardy --
Oscar Wilde --
Henry James --
Joseph Conrad --
William Butler Yeats --
Marcel Proust --
James Joyce --
Franz Kafka --
Virginia Woolf --William Faulkner --
Bertolt Brecht --
Albert Camus --
Samuel Beckett --
Conclusion.
Series Title: Great courses (Audiocassette)

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This series presents some of the finest teachers in America, lecturing on some of the greatest literature ever written.

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