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Literature of the Western World : The Ancient World Through the Renaissance,9780132208727

Literature of the Western World : The Ancient World Through the Renaissance

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4/1/1997
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Summary

A total rundown of the Western World: The Ancient World through the Renaissance.

Table of Contents

Preface xiii
The Ancient World 1(1162)
Introduction 1(15)
GILGAMESH (C.2000 B.C.)
16(51)
GILGAMESH
19(48)
David Ferry
Tablet I
19(5)
Tablets II and III
24(6)
Tablets IV and V
30(5)
Tablet VI
35(4)
Tablet VII
39(4)
Tablet VIII
43(3)
Tablet IX
46(3)
Tablet X
49(7)
Tablet XI
56(11)
THE OLD TESTAMENT (HEBREW BIBLE) (Tenth Century B.C. to Second Century B.C.)
67(62)
THE OLD TESTAMENT--King James Version
70(59)
FROM Genesis
70(23)
The Creation of the World
70(1)
The Fall
71(3)
Cain and Abel
74(1)
The Flood
75(3)
The Tower of Babel
78(1)
The Story of Abraham and Isaac
79(2)
The Story of Jacob
81(12)
FROM Job
93(30)
FROM Psalms
123(6)
Psalm 8
123(1)
Psalm 23
123(1)
Psalm 91
124(1)
Psalm 103
125(1)
Psalm 114
126(1)
Psalm 130
126(1)
Psalm 137
127(1)
Psalm 139
128(1)
HOMER (Eighth Century B.C.)
129(468)
FROM The Iliad
133(142)
Robert Fitzgerald
Book One: Quarrel, Oath, and Promise
134(19)
FROM Book Six: Interludes in Field and City
153(9)
Book Nine: A Visit of Emissaries
162(20)
FROM Book Twelve: The Rampart Breached
182(2)
Book Sixteen: A Ship Fired, a Tide Turned
184(23)
FROM Book Seventeen: Contending for a Soldier Fallen
207(1)
Book Eighteen: The Immortal Shield
208(17)
Book Nineteen: The Avenger Fasts and Arms
225(2)
Book Twenty-Two: Desolation Before Troy
237(14)
Book Twenty-Four: A Grace Given in Sorrow
251(24)
The Odyssey
275(322)
Robert Fitzgerald
Book One: A Goddess Intervenes
275(12)
Book Two: A Hero's Son Awakens
287(11)
Book Three: The Lord of the Western Approaches
298(13)
Book Four: The Red-Haired King and His Lady
311(21)
Book Five: Sweet Nymph and Open Sea
332(12)
Book Six: The Princess at the River
344(8)
Book Seven: Gardens and Firelight
352(8)
Book Eight: The Songs of the Harper
360(15)
Book Nine: New Coasts and Poseidon's Son
375(14)
Book Ten: The Grace of the Witch
389(15)
Book Eleven: A Gathering of Shades
404(18)
Book Twelve: Sea Perils and Defeat
422(13)
Book Thirteen: One More Strange Island
435(13)
Book Fourteen: Hospitality in the Forest
448(14)
Book Fifteen: How They Came to Ithaka
462(15)
Book Sixteen: Father and Son
477(14)
Book Seventeen: The Beggar at the Manor
491(18)
Book Eighteen: Blows and a Queen's Beauty
509(12)
Book Nineteen: Recognitions and a Dream
521(16)
Book Twenty: Signs and a Vision
537(11)
Book Twenty-One: The Test of the Bow
548(11)
Book Twenty-Two: Death in the Great Hall
559(13)
Book Twenty-Three: The Trunk of the Olive Tree
572(10)
Book Twenty-Four: Warriors, Farewell
582(15)
SAPPHO (Seventh Century B.C. to Sixth Century B.C.)
597(9)
Poems
599(7)
Mary Barnard
30: We drink your health
599(1)
34: Lament for a maidenhead
600(1)
37: You know the place
600(1)
38: Prayer to my lady of Paphos
601(1)
39: He is more than a hero
602(1)
40: Yes, Atthis, you may be sure
602(1)
41: To an army wife, in Sardis
603(1)
42: I have had not one word from her
604(1)
43: It was you, Atthis, who said
604(1)
97: I have often asked you
605(1)
AESCHYLUS (C.525-456 B.C.)
606(129)
The Oresteia
609(126)
Robert Fagles
Agamemnon
610(53)
The Libation Bearers
663(36)
The Eumenides
699(36)
SOPHOCLES (496-406 B.C.)
735(98)
Oedipus the King
737(48)
Stephen Berg
Diskin Clay
Antigone
785(48)
Robert Fagles
EURIPIDES (C.480-406 B.C.)
833(36)
Medea
836(33)
Philip Vellacott
ARISTOPHANES (C.450-c.386 B.C.)
869(55)
Lysistrata
872(52)
Dudley Fitts
PLATO (C.427-C.348 B.C.)
924(38)
Ion
927(11)
Benjamin Jowett
FROM The Republic: The Parable of the Cave
938(4)
Benjamin Jowett
The Apology
942(20)
Benjamin Jowett
ARISTOTLE (384-322 B.C.)
962(18)
FROM Poetics
965(15)
Samuel Henry Butcher
Louise Ropes Loomis
CATULLUS (C.84-C.54 B.C.)
980(11)
Poems
982(9)
Horace Gregory
1: Who shall receive my new-born book
982(1)
51: He is changed to a god
983(1)
3: Dress now in sorrow
983(1)
5: Come, Lesbia, let us live and love
984(1)
85: I hate and love
984(1)
109: My life, my love, you say our love will last forever
985(1)
39: Egnatius has white teeth
985(1)
8: Poor damned Catullus
986(1)
76: If man can find rich consolation
986(1)
11: Furius, Aurelius, bound to Catullus
987(1)
62: Twilight and star we hope to see arise
988(2)
101: Dear brother, I have come these many miles
990(1)
VIRGIL (70-19 B.C.)
991(112)
FROM The Aeneid
997(106)
Rolfe Humphries
Book I: The Landing near Carthage
997(18)
Book II: The Fall of Troy
1015(18)
Book III: The Wanderings of Aeneas
1033(16)
Book IV: Aeneas and Dido
1049(16)
FROM Book V: The Funeral Games for Anchises
1065(1)
Book VI: The Lower World
1066(24)
FROM Book VIII: Aeneas at the Site of Rome
1090(3)
FROM Book XII: The Final Combat
1093(10)
OVID (43 B.C.-17 A.D.)
1103(51)
FROM Amores
1107(19)
Peter Green
FROM Book 1
1107(1)
FROM Book 2
1118(3)
FROM Book 3
1121(5)
FROM Heroides
1126(17)
Daryl Hine
Paris to Helen (XVI)
1127(10)
Helen to Paris (XVII)
1137(6)
Metamorphoses
1143(11)
Rolfe Humphries
FROM Book I:
1143(11)
The Creation
1143(2)
The Four Ages
1145(2)
Jove's Intervention
1147(1)
The Story of Lycaon
1148(1)
The Flood
1149(2)
Deucalion and Pyrrha
1151(3)
THE NEW TESTAMENT (First and Second Centuries A.D.)
1154(9)
THE NEW TESTAMENT--King James Version
1157(6)
FROM The Gospel According to Saint Matthew: The Sermon on the Mount
1157(6)
The Middle Ages 1163(584)
Introduction 1163(10)
THE KORAN (QUR'AN) (Seventh Century)
1173(13)
FROM THE KORAN
1176(10)
Arthur J. Arberry
The Opening
1176(1)
FROM The Cow
1176(1)
Light
1177(4)
Ya Sin
1181(4)
Sincere Religion
1185(1)
BEOWULF (Eighth Century?)
1186(72)
BEOWULF
1191(67)
Kevin Crossley-Holland
THE SONG OF ROLAND (C.1100 A.D.)
1258(55)
FROM The Song of Roland
1262(51)
Patricia Terry
ANDREAS CAPELLANUS (Late Twelfth Century)
1313(31)
FROM The Art of Courtly Love
1316(28)
John Jay Parry
FROM Book One: Introduction to the Treatise on Love
1316(1)
Chapter I: What Love Is
1316(1)
Chapter IV: What the Effect of Love Is
1317(1)
Chapter VI: In What Manner Love May Be Acquired, and in How Many Ways
1318(1)
Fifth Dialogue: A Nobleman Speaks with a Noblewoman
1318(10)
Seventh Dialogue: A Man of the Higher Nobility Speaks with a Woman of the Simple Nobility
1328(10)
FROM Book Two: How Love May Be Retained
1338(1)
Chapter VIII: The Rules of Love
1338(6)
MARIE DE FRANCE (Late Twelfth Century)
1344(20)
Bisclavret (The Werewolf)
1346(7)
Robert Hanning
Joan Ferrante
Yonec
1353(11)
Robert Hanning
Joan Ferrante
ANSELM AND AQUINAS: THE EXISTENCE OF GOD (Eleventh and Thirteenth Centuries)
1364(3)
SAINT ANSELM (1033-1109)
1367(5)
FROM Proglogium
1367(5)
S. N. Deane
SAINT THOMAS AQUINAS (1226-1274)
1372(5)
FROM Summa Theologica
1372(5)
DANTE ALIGHIERI (1265-1321)
1377(174)
The Divine Comedy
1384(167)
H. R. Huse
Inferno
1384(140)
FROM Purgatory
1524(18)
FROM Paradise
1542(9)
SIR GAWAIN AND THE GREEN KNIGHT (Late Fourteenth Century)
1551(57)
SIR GAWAIN AND THE GREEN KNIGHT
1553(55)
Theodore Howard Banks, Jr.
GEOFFREY CHAUCER (1340?-1400)
1608(92)
FROM The Canterbury Tales
1612(88)
Theodore Morrison
Prologue
1612(18)
Prologue to the Miller's Tale
1630(2)
The Miller's Tale
1632(14)
Prologue to the Wife of Bath's Tale
1646(18)
The Wife of Bath's Tale
1664(8)
Prologue to the Pardoner's Tale
1672(3)
The Pardoner's Tale
1675(10)
The Knight's Interruption of the Monk's Tale
1685(1)
The Nun's Priest's Tale
1686(14)
CHRISTINE DE PIZAN (1364-1430?)
1700(21)
FROM The Book of the City of Ladies
1703(18)
Earl Jeffrey Richards
EVERYMAN (Late Fifteenth Century)
1721(26)
EVERYMAN
1724(23)
The Renaissance 1747(480)
Introduction 1747(16)
FRANCIS PETRARCH (1304-1374)
1763(11)
Rhymes
1766(8)
Anthony Mortimer
I: All you that hear in scattered rhymes
1766(1)
III: It was that very day on which the sun
1767(1)
XC: Upon the breeze the spread her golden hair
1767(1)
CXXVI: Waters fresh and sweet and clear
1768(2)
CXXIX: From thought to thought, from mountainside to mountain
1770(2)
CXXXIV: I find no peace, and have no arms for war
1772(1)
CCLXV: Fierce heart and bitter, and most cruel will
1772(1)
CCXCII: The eyes I spoke of once in words that burn
1772(1)
CCCLXV: I keep lamenting over days gone by
1773(1)
GIOVANNI BOCCACCIO (1313-1375)
1774(40)
The Decameron
1776(38)
Richard Aldington
The First Day
1776(10)
Third Day, Tenth Tale
1786(6)
Fourth Day, Second Tale
1792(6)
Fifth Day, Tenth Tale
1798(6)
Tenth Day, Tenth Tale
1804(8)
FROM Conclusion
1812(2)
NICCOLO MACHIAVELLI (1469-1527)
1814(16)
FROM The Prince
1816(14)
Luigi Ricci
E. R. P. Vincent
MARGUERITE DE NAVARRE (1492-1549)
1830(28)
The Heptameron
1835(23)
P. A. Chilton
Story Eight
1836(4)
Story Eighteen
1840(4)
Story Nineteen
1844(9)
Story Thirty-Six
1853(3)
Story Fifty-Five
1856(2)
MICHEL DE MONTAIGNE (1533-1592)
1858(43)
Essays
1862(39)
Donald M. Frame
Of Cannibals
1862(10)
FROM Apology for Raymond Sebond
1872(29)
MIGUEL DE CERVANTES SAAVEDRA (1547-1616)
1901(113)
Don Quixote
1904(110)
Walter Starkie
FROM Part I
1904(40)
FROM Part II
1944(70)
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (1564-1616)
2014(74)
Henry IV, Part I
2019(74)
JOHN DONNE (1572-1631)
2093(12)
The Good-Morrow
2095(1)
Song: Go, and catch a falling star
2096(1)
The Canonization
2097(1)
The Funeral
2098(1)
The Flea
2099(1)
A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning
2100(1)
Love's Diet
2101(1)
Elegy XIX: To His Mistress Going to Bed
2102(1)
Holy Sonnets:
2103(1)
X: Death be not proud
2103(1)
XIV: Batter my heart
2104(1)
A Hymn to God the Father
2104(1)
JOHN MILTON (1608-1674)
2105(104)
Paradise Lost
2110(1)
FROM Book I
2111(11)
FROM Book II
2122(14)
FROM Book III
2136(7)
FROM Book IV
2143(19)
Book IX
2162(29)
FROM Book X
2191(9)
FROM Book XII
2200(9)
Chronology 2209(14)
Acknowledgments 2223(4)
Index 2227


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