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A Short Guide to Classical Mythology
 
A concise, user-friendly, quick reference for general readers, students and teachers, Kirkwood's text provides a user-friendly, quick reference guide for teachers, students, and general readers.
 
 

Classical Mythology & More: A Reader Workbook
 

Using Greek and Roman primary sources, this workbook for the twenty-first century offers middle- and high-school aged students in Classics, English and Language Arts classes a fresh retelling of timeless tales from Hesiod, Homer, Ovid and other authors. A wide variety of exercises, reflections, and vocabulary enrichment tasks accompany each myth. Students preparing for the ACL Medusa Myth Exam and the ACL National Mythology Exam will find in this an indispensable tool. Creation myths, stories of the Olympians and Titans, legends of the Trojan War cycle, love stories and tales of transformation are all included here. A teacher resource section provides historical, archaeological, artistic and psychological background, ideas for further research and exploration, as well as hands-on class activities.

 
 

Classical Mythology & More: A Reader Workbook - TG
 

Teacher's Guide: This Guide provides background information and suggestions for further research to stimulate student involvement with the text, along with teacher aids to aid assessment of student progress: Chapter Answer Keys and Chapter Tests with their own Answer Keys.

 
 

From Romulus to Romulus Augustulus: Roman History for the New Millennium
 

Readers will delight in the fascinating stories of Rome—the quirky, the gory, and the momentous. This book will serve as the perfect companion for the student beginning to study Latin or as an accessible introduction to Roman history for the general reader. Recognizing the symbiotic relationship between literature and the period in which it was produced, From Romulus to Romulus Augustulus: Roman History for the New Millennium provides a comprehensive overview of Roman history and Latin literature.

 
 

Gilgamesh: A Reader
 

Gilgamesh: A Reader provides 25 interpretive essays on the epic that stands at the dawn of literature. This collection is designed to enrich the reader's background with selections from experts on Near Eastern literature; to draw connections between Gilgamesh and other literature with interdisciplinary selections; to enliven interest in the world's oldest epic; and to stimulate thought and discussion. Influences of Gilgamesh on later literature, philological and literary studies since 1982, and Gilgamesh from other perspectives are the three broad areas covered.

 
 

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