English 240: Ancient Literature
Syllabus Page for Interterm 2004
Alfred J. Drake. Hours: Classroom, by Appt. | email@example.com
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Course Policies and Required Texts. (Please
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Term Paper 5
pages; see instructions. Final draft
due on day of final exam. See General
Draft Comments for Everyone.
Classics Sites: Didaskalia |
Perseus | Diotima | Forum
General: College | Sample
Paper | Grammar
Guide | Deductive
Essays | Citation | Analysis | Editing | Plagiphrasing | Rubric | Links
Questions: Bible |
Gita | Aeschylus | Euripides |
Chapman Links: Home
Page | Wilkinson
College | Communication
Arts | English
Dept. | Undergrad
Catalog | Clarke
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01 (January 6-8)
T. Course Introduction.
W. King James Bible, Job.
Th. King James Bible, Gospel Acc. to Saint Matthew. [#1] | [#2]
Week 02 (January 13-15)
W. Aeschylus. Prometheus Bound.
Th. Euripides. Medea. (film)
Week 03 (January 20-22)
Euripides. Medea. (Discussion)
W. Apuleius. The Golden Ass, approx. first half
Th. Apuleius. The Golden Ass, second half.
Week 04 (January 27-29)
T. Augustine. Confessions.
W. Augustine. Confessions.
Th. Final Exam.