Category:Ancient Classics for English Readers

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It is proposed to give, in these little volumes, some such introduction to the great writers of Greece and Rome as may open to those who have not received a classical education—or in whose case it has been incomplete and fragmentary—a fair acquaintance with the contents of their writings, and the leading features of their style.

 

CONTENTS OF THE SERIES.

 

 
HOMER: THE ILIAD, By the Editor.
HOMER: THE ODYSSEY, By the Same.
HERODOTUS, By George C. Swayne, M.A.
CÆSAR, By Anthony Trollope.
VIRGIL, By the Editor.
HORACE, By Theodore Martin.
ÆSCHYLUS, By the Right Rev. the Bishop of Colombo.
XENOPHON, By Sir Alex. Grant, Bart., LL.D.
CICERO, By the Editor.
SOPHOCLES, By Clifton W. Collins, M.A.
PLINY, By A. Church, M.A., and W. J. Brodribb, M.A.
EURIPIDES, By William Bodham Donne.
JUVENAL, By Edward Walford, M.A.
ARISTOPHANES, By the Editor.
HESIOD AND THEOGNIS, By the Rev. James Davies, M.A.
PLAUTUS AND TERENCE, By the Editor.
TACITUS, By William Bodham Donne.
LUCIAN, By the Editor.
PLATO, By Clifton W. Collins.
THE GREEK ANTHOLOGY, By Lord Neaves.
LIVY, By the Editor.
OVID, By the Rev. A. Church, M.A.
CATULLUS, TIBULLUS, & PROPERTIUS, By J. Davies, M.A.
DEMOSTHENES, By the Rev. W. J. Brodribb, M.A.
ARISTOTLE, By Sir Alex. Grant, Bart., LL.D.
THUCYDIDES, By the Editor.
LUCRETIUS, By W. H. Mallock, M.A.
PINDAR, By the Rev. F. D. Morice, M.A.
 

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