The Greek genius and its influence; select essays and extracts, edited by Lane Cooper.

New Haven, Yale University Press;, 1917.

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Subjects Greece -- Civilization.
Greece -- Intellectual life.
Greek literature -- History and criticism.
National characteristics, Greek (Ancient)
Description ix pages, 1 leaf, 306 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1917.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 281-285).
Contents Introduction: The significance of the classics -- Shelley, from Hellas -- John Clarke Stobart, The legacy of Greece -- Francis G. and Anne C.E. Allison, External nature in Greek poetry -- Milton, from Paradise regained -- John Henry Newman, Attica and Athens -- Sir Richard Jebb, The age of Pericles -- Arthur Elam Haigh, The Attic audience -- Maurice Croiset, The Greek race and its genius -- August Boeckh, The nature of antiquity -- Abby Leach, Fate and free will in Greek literature -- Marjorie L. Barstow, Oedipus Rex: a typical Greek tragedy -- Ulrich von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff, The character and extent of Greek literature -- Gilbert Murray, The 'tradition' of Greek literature -- Edward Kennard Rand, The classics in European education -- Charles Grosvenor Osgood, Milton's use of classical mythology -- Samuel Lee Wolff, The Greek gift to civilization -- Thaddaeus Zielinski, Our debt to antiquity -- Basil L. Gildersleeve, Americanism and Hellenism -- Ernest Renan, Paganism -- Gilbert K. Chesterton, Paganism and Mr. Lowes Dickinson -- Browning, from Old pictures in Florence.
Geographic Area Greece
Network Numbers (OCoLC)2732711
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WorldCat Identities Cooper, Lane, 1875-1959,
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