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A Greek anthology.

Author: Joint Association of Classical Teachers. Greek Course.
Publisher: Cambridge, U.K. ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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First reader in ancient Greek presenting extracts from almost a thousand years of Greek literature.

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Genre/Form: Literary collections
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Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Joint Association of Classical Teachers. Greek Course.
ISBN: 0521000262 9780521000260
OCLC Number: 47805055
Notes: Text in Greek with translation and vocabulary aids.
Description: xx, 179 pages : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm
Contents: Time chart; Map of the Greek world; 1. Homer Iliad: Zeus, fate and the death of Sarpedon; 2. Homer Odyssey: Calypso is ordered by the gods to release Odysseus; 3. Herodotus The Histories: the battle of Salamis; 4. Aeschylus Persians: the battle of Salamis; 5. Sophocles Antigone: Antigone confronts Creon; 6. Euripides Alcestis: Alcestis' farewell to Admetus; 7. Thucydides History of the Peloponnesian War: the revolt of Mytilene; 8. Sophocles Philoctetes: Neoptolemus tries to persuade Philoctetes; 9. Euripides Bacchae: Pentheus and Dionysus; 10. Aristophanes Frogs: Dionysus in the underworld; 11. Plato Apology of Socrates: Socrates and the nature of death; 12. Aristophanes Ecclesiazusae (Assemblywomen): power to women?; 13. Xenophon Oeconomicus (The estate manager): the duties of husband and wife; 14. Demosthenes On the Crown: news of disaster at Elatea; 15. Demosthenes Against Conon: harassment on military service; 16. Aristotle Poetics: tragic action and the tragic hero; 17. Menander Perikeiromene (The girl with the cut hair): how to get your mistress to forgive you; 18. Plutarch Life of Antony: the death of Cleopatra; 19. Plutarch On the Decline of Oracles: Great Pan is dead; 20. New Testament Acts of the Apostles: St Paul in Athens; Metrical appendix; General vocabulary.
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