Greek Classics: Notes

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GREEK CLASSICS
NOTES

SUMMARIES AND CONCISE COMMENTARIES ABOUT THE
MAJOR WORKS OF CLASSIC GREEK WRITERS, INCLUDING

Homer • Hesiod • Aeschylus • Sophocles
Euripides • Aristophanes • Menander • Lysias
Demosthenes • Aesop • Sappho • Pindar
Herodotus • Thucydides • Plato • Aristotle
and others

Mary Ellen Snodgrass, M.A.
University of North Carolina


Wiley Publishing, Inc.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Contents 3
  • Greek Classics 7
  • Introduction 9
  • Greek Epic Poetry 11
  • Homer 15
  • The Odyssey 47
  • Hesiod 73
  • Greek Drama 79
  • Greek Drama 81
  • Greek Tragedy 93
  • Aeschylus 97
  • Sophocles 123
  • Euripides 147
  • Greek Comedy 221
  • Aristophanes 225
  • Menander 245
  • Greek Prose Writers 263
  • Lysias 265
  • Demosthenes 267
  • Aesop 269
  • Greek Lyric Poets 271
  • Sappho 273
  • Pindar 276
  • Alcaeus 281
  • Lesser Lyric Poets 284
  • Greek Historians 289
  • Herodotus 295
  • Thucydides 303
  • Xenophon 311
  • Greek Philosophers 317
  • Plato 321
  • Aristotle 365
  • Glossary 393
  • Timeline 395
  • Selected Bibliography 397
  • Index 415
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