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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Kathryn MattisonFall

[CLASSICS 1B03] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (406 pages long)

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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Stephen RussellSummer

CLASSICS 1B03 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Zeus, Wool, Wine

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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Kathryn MattisonFall

CLASSICS 1B03- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 25 pages long!)

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9 years after start of trojan war, poet invokes aid of a muse to tell story of rage of. Greeks capture chryseis and briseis- agamemnon takes chryseis,
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Kathryn MattisonFall

CLASSICS 1B03- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 26 pages long!)

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Subject to human desires: hera, wife and sister of zeus; queen of the olympians, but not the mother to most of them, very jealous of zeus, hermes: Son
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Kathryn MattisonFall

[CLASSICS 1B03] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 37 pages long Study Guide!

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Heroic past: stories of gods and men. Epithets: adjective phrases to describe a hero, an army, a place. Book divisions, final editions: after 323 bce.
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Kathryn MattisonFall

CLASSICS 1B03- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 26 pages long!)

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Background to the iliad: myths of the trojans; myths of the greeks. Heroic past: stories of gods and men. Helpful tricks for the bards: traditional sto
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Kathryn MattisonFall

CLASSICS 1B03- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 39 pages long!)

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Myth= mythos= story its as a beginning middle and end. No one myth is correct ( the story always varies from each version) Common knowledge/ history li
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Stephen RussellSummer

CLASSICS 1B03- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 123 pages long!)

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Topic #1 introductions: dr. stephen russell, tsh 731 friday 1:00-4:00pm. Greek tragedies: only 33 survive, slide with all of them were only reading thr
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Kathryn MattisonFall

[CLASSICS 1B03] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (62 pages long)

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Heroic past: stories of gods and men. Iliad & odyssey became the standard: beginning of literature, little known poetry before. Composed on the spot (u
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Kathryn MattisonFall

[CLASSICS 1B03] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (55 pages long)

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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Kathryn MattisonFall

CLASSICS 1B03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Trojan War, Patroclus, Achilles

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Myth= mythos= story its as a beginning middle and end. No one myth is correct ( the story always varies from each version) Common knowledge/ history li
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Kathryn MattisonFall

CLASSICS 1B03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Odysseus, Argonautica

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CLASSICS 1B03 Lecture 4: Gobbit Assignment Fact sheet

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Where is the passage from: the passage is from book 22. In this book the main focal point is the death of hector. Book 22 is very important because it
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Kathryn MattisonFall

CLASSICS 1B03 Lecture 7: Ovid part 2

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The art of love: timing: avoid her birthday, though counter-intuitive to love poetry, women wear and receive fancy clothes so avoid spending on her. Ro
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Kathryn MattisonFall

CLASSICS 1B03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Odysseus, Epic Poetry, Tragic Hero

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Typically the birthday is seen as a time to give a gift. Flattery will get you everywhere but don"t be prude. Wear her down through anticipation and co
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CLASSICS 1B03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Aeneid, Rutuli, Latinus

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Aeneas has fled his city, dangerous sea crossing. Story of the fall of troy told by flashback in accord of dido. Nice connection between homer and virg
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CLASSICS 1B03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Eurycleia, Dactylic Hexameter, Epic Poetry

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CLASSICS 1B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter Tutorial Note: Sappho 31, Catullus, Sophocles

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Readings 20- sappho 31, catullus 51: 239-240. **make sure there is a work cited page** Heroes for iliad, odyssey and oedipus works cited for all three
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CLASSICS 1B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Sappho 31, Catullus, Lesbia

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CLASSICS 1B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Aeneid, Euripides, Amata

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From euripides the bacchae to tomorrow"s reading. Comparing book 1 to book 7 of the aeneid: Shift from a big focus on the gods to one of aeneas finally
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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Kathryn MattisonFall

CLASSICS 1B03 Chapter Tutorial note: Review and Exam preparation

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MCMASTERCLASSICS 1B03Stephen RussellSummer

CLASSICS 1B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter All: Chryses, Chryseis, Myrmidons

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CLASSICS 1B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter Catullus 64: Aegeus, Cupid

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CLASSICS 1B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter Aeneid 2: Aeneid, Calchas

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Tells the story about how the greeks defeated troy. Greeks managed to build a wooden horse and acted as if it was an offering to help them get a safe r
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CLASSICS 1B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter Horace Satire 5: Terracina, Brindisi, Gaius Maecenas

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Readings 22 - horace satire 5: 251-254. Having left rome for aricia, an inn welcomes him. Orator helidorus = his companion: he was the most studied man
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CLASSICS 1B03 Chapter Notes - Chapter Aeneid 1: Trojan War, Aeneid, Simile

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