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Classics - A Very Short Introduction

Mary Beard & John Henderson , Oxford University Press , 2000
This Very Short Introduction to Classics links a haunting temple on a lonely mountainside to the glory of ancient Greece and the grandeur of Rome, and to Classics within modern culture-from Jefferson and Byron to Asterix and Ben-Hur.
Classical World
  • 978-0192853851
  • 7725
  • UPCH
  • 2 copies

English for Language and Linguistics in Higher Education Studies:Course Book and Audio CDs

Anthony Manning , Garnet Publishing Ltd , 2008
English for Language and Linguistics is a skills-based course designed specificially for students of language and linguistics who are about to enter English-medium tertiary level studies. (Please ask at Reception for CD)
Classical World
  • 978185964938-1
  • 8875
  • UPCH
  • 1 copies
  • B2 C1 C2

Phaedrus: With a Selection of Early Greek Poems and Fragments About Love

Plato , Hackett Publishing Co, Inc , 1995
A reissue in paperback of a title first published in 1949. Highet has assembled a vast quantity of material concerning the manifold aspects of his subject, filled in gaps where no adequate work has been done, and presented a story characterized by lucidity, charm, and scholarly good sense."--Classical Philology
Classical World
  • 872202208
  • 8817
  • UPCH
  • 1 copies

The Classical Tradition - Greek and Roman Influences on Western Literature

Gilbert Highet , Oxford University Press , 1985
A reissue in paperback of a title first published in 1949. Highet has assembled a vast quantity of material concerning the manifold aspects of his subject, filled in gaps where no adequate work has been done, and presented a story characterized by lucidity, charm, and scholarly good sense."--Classical Philology
Classical World
  • 0-195-00206-7
  • 7724
  • UPCH
  • 1 copies

The Greeks & Greek Love

James Davidson , Phoenix , 2007
A radical reappraisal of homosexuality In Ancient Greece
Classical World
  • 978-0-7538-2226
  • 8043
  • UPCH
  • 1 copies

The Iliad

Homer , Penguin Books Ltd , 2003
One of the foremost achievements in Western literature, Homer's Iliad tells the story of the darkest episode in the Trojan War. At its centre is Achilles, the greatest warrior-champion of the Greeks, and his refusal to fight after being humiliated by his leader Agamemnon.
Classical World
  • 0-140-44794-1
  • 7722
  • UPCH
  • 1 copies

The Odyssey

Homer , Penguin Books Ltd , 2003
The epic tale of Odysseus and his ten-year journey home after the Trojan War forms one of the earliest and greatest works of Western literature. Confronted by natural and supernatural threats - shipwrecks, battles, monsters and the implacable enmityof the sea-god Poseidon - Odysseus must test his bravery and native cunning to the full if he is to reach his homeland safely and overcome the obstacles that, even there, await him.
Classical World
  • 0-140-44911-2
  • 7723
  • UPCH
  • 1 copies

The Oxford Dictionary of the Classical World

John Roberts , Oxford University Press , 2007
"This perfect gem of a book...provides a fascinating glimpse into the Greekand Roman classical world."--Choice
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  • 0-192-80146-3
  • 7726
  • UPCH
  • 1 copies

The World of Athens

Joint Association of Classical Teachers , Cambridge University Press; reprint edition , 1984
The World of Athens is a serious, up-to-date account of the history and culture of fifth century Athens for adults, university students and sixth-formers with an intelligent interest in ancient Greece.
Classical World
  • 521273897
  • 8828
  • UPCH
  • 1 copies

The World of Rome: An Introduction to Roman Culture

Peter V. Jones and Keith C. Sidwell , Cambridge University Press , 1997
The World of Rome is an introduction to the history and culture of Rome for students at university and at school as well as for anyone seriously interested in the ancient world. Drawing on the latest scholarship, it covers all aspects of the city - its rise to power, what made it great, and why it still engages and challenges us today.
Classical World
  • 978-0521386005
  • 8829
  • UPCH
  • 1 copies