Studies of the Greek Poets- John Addington Symonds

948 Pages
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Summary

"Studies of the Greek Poets" in 2 volumes is one of the best-known works by the English poet and literary critic John Addington Symonds that features a comprehensive survey of Greek poetry. This edition includes: The Periods of Greek Literature_x000D_ Mythology_x000D_ Achilles_x000D_ The Women of Homer_x000D_ Hesiod_x000D_ Parmenides_x000D_ Empedocles_x000D_ The Gnomic Poets_x000D_ The Satirists_x000D_ The Lyric Poets_x000D_ Pindar_x000D_ Aeschylus_x000D_ Sophocles_x000D_ Greek Tragedy and Euripides_x000D_ The Fragments of Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides_x000D_ The Fragments of the Lost Tragic Poets_x000D_ Ancient and Modern Tragedy_x000D_ Aristophanes_x000D_ The Comic Fragments_x000D_ The Idyllists_x000D_ The Anthology_x000D_ Hero and Leander_x000D_ The Genius of Greek Art_x000D_ Conclusion
Format:
E-book
Pages E-book:
948
Languages:
English
Published:
17/05/2022
Publisher E-Book:
DigiCat
ISBN E-book:
8596547006244

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