Ancient World Through the Renaissance

ISBN-10: 013018666X

ISBN-13: 9780130186669

Edition: 5th 2001 (Revised)

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Book details

List price: $113.87
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 8/29/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 2384
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.50" long x 2.75" tall
Weight: 4.268
Language: English

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The Ancient World Through the Renaissance
The Ancient World
The Old Testament (Hebrew Bible) King James Version: Genesis
Job
Psalms
Homer: from The Iliad
The Odyssey
*Aesop: Fables
Aeschylus: The Oresteia
Agamemnon
The Libation Bearers
The Eumenides
Sophocles: Oedipus the King
Antigone
Euripides: Medea
Aristophanes: Lysistrata
Virgil: from The Aeneid
Ovid: from Amores
Heroides
Metamorphoses
The New Testament (King James Version): from The Gospel According to Saint Matthew
Greek and Latin Lyric Poetry
Sappho: Poems
Pindar: First Olympian Ode
Theocritus: Idyll 1: Song of Thyrsis
Catullus: Poems
Horace: Odes, Book 1
Propertius: Elegies
Book I, no
6: I Am No Ordinary Coward
Book II, no
15: No Man More Blest!
Book III, no
16: Midnight, and a Letter Comes to Me
Book IV, no
7: A Ghost Is Someone
Cultural Texts of the Ancient World
From The Republic and The Apology
Aristotle, from Nicomachean Ethics and Poetics
From The History
From The Peloponnesian War
From The History of Rome
From Meditations
The Middle Ages
From The Koran
*The Cattle Raid of Cooley: Exile of the Sons of Uisliu
*Hrafnkel the Priest of Frey
Marie de France: Lais
From *Fables
From Renard the Fox
The Divine Comedy
*The Thousand and One Nights: The Story of Sindbad the Sailor
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
From The Canterbury Tales
From The Book of the City of Ladies
Everyman
Cultural Texts of the Middle Ages
From Polycraticus
General Summons to a Crusade
From Memoirs
From The Art of Courtly Love
From The Topography of Ireland
The Canticle of the Sun
From Opus Majus
From Summa Contra Gentiles
Pope Boniface VIII: The Bull Unum Sanctum
The Goodman of Paris: from The Goodman of Paris
The Renaissance
Rhymes
The Decameron
The Heptameron
Essays: Of Cannibals, From Apology for Raymond Sebond
Don Quixote
The Tempest
Paradise Lost
Renaissance Lyric Poetry
Your Face Is Written in My Soul
While There Is Still the Color of a Rose...
If, Lord, Thy Love for Me Is Strong
Let Nothing Disturb Thee
Regrets, XXXI
From a Winnower of Wheat to the Winds
To Cassandre
On the Death of Marie
To Helene
Sonnet to an Unnamed Person
Ode to Francisco Salins
The Life of the Blessed
At the Ascension
The Assumption of the Virgin.San Juan de la Cruz: One Dismal Night
O Living Flame of Love
I Entered Where I Did Not Know
A Shepherd, Young and Mournful, Grieves Alone
I Know Full Well the Water's Flowing Power
Epithalamion
A Rose
A Nightingale
The Spring
Soar High, My Love
Life's Greatest Misery
Allegory of the Brevity of Things Human. T<$$$>
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