2 edition of way of the Greeks found in the catalog.
way of the Greeks
F. R. Earp
|Statement||by F. R. Earp.|
|LC Classifications||DF77 .E3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii,  223,  p.|
|Number of Pages||223|
|LC Control Number||30000027|
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Quotes from The Greek Way “Egypt is a fertile valley of rich river soil, low-lying, warm, monotonous, a slow-flowing river, and beyond the limitless desert. Greece is a country of sparse fertility and keen, cold winters, all hills and mountains sharp cut in stone, where strong men must work hard to get their bread/5.
The Greek Way and millions of other books are available for instant access. view Kindle eBook This is a lovely book that delves into the psychological aspects of Ancient Greeks, and tries to explain exactly why, on a tiny piece of real estate for a brief moment in time, everything that we call "Western Democracy" suddenly burst forth.
Cited by: Robert F. Kennedy and the Ancient Greeks of Edith Hamilton. Jackie Kennedy gave Robert a copy of Hamilton’s The Greek Way while they were in Antigua for the Easter holiday weekend.
Robert, transfixed by the book, barely left his room after that.) The Aeschylus quote Kennedy repeated in Indianapolis—along with another ancient Greek quote.
Twelve chapters of the book were published in under the Title "The Greek Way." Infive new chapters were published with the original twelve under the title "The Great Age of Greek Literature." Current editions have retained the original title for the complete book and included the preface to the edition.
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