A Handbook of Greek Literature: From Homer to the Age of by H. J. Rose
By H. J. Rose
A significant other version to Rose's A instruction manual of Latin Literature, A guide of Greek Literature is a superb source for someone who reads, stories, teaches, or writes literature. The Handbook:
- is a conveyable, cheap, and complete remedy of the authors, works and times
- includes astute and delicate analysis
- covers all authors, classical and post-classical, from Homer to Lucian
- incorporates a bibliography
- has an index of names, areas, and terms
Greek Readings for evaluate: First classes in Greek - ISBN 0865165491
Ancient Epic Poetry: Homer, Apollonius, Virgil With A bankruptcy at the Gilgamesh Poems - ISBN 0865166072
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