Greek Chapter Three
Thomas Bulfinch, as one reviewer put it, "created an anthology of mythology." This audiobook contains the first fourteen chapters of The Age of Fable, the first of three volumes, comprising Bulfinch's complete work. The Age of Fable recounts stories of Greek gods, demigods, and best-known characters in mythology. In our times, many references are made to these stories and characters in the arts, especially in the fine arts, theater, and literature.
The Book of Exodus chapters 15 - 23 provides information about Moses and how he received commandments from God. It includes details about a new beginning for the descendants of Israel, manna from God, judgments, Mount Sinai, ten words of command, three feasts, and the righteous actions of law. This book includes verses translated from the Greek old covenant writing, sometimes referred to as the Septuagint.
In this introduction aimed at the late school and undergraduate reader, Marion Baldock traces the development of Greek tragedy with detailed chapters on each of the three tragic poets - Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides. Specific plays
This volume offers an extensive overview of the various ways in which Sophocles use of the Greek language is currently being studied. Greatly admired in antiquity, Sophocles style only became a serious subject of investigation with Campbell s Introductory essay "On the language of Sophocles" (1879). Fourteen chapters, divided into three sections (diction, syntax, pragmatics), discuss the linguistic register and use of "gnomai" in Ajax deception speech, Homeric intertextuality, the style of the Sophoclean satyr-plays in relation to tragedy and comedy, the relation between the repetition of words and focalization, the language of blindness, the image of fire, the use of deictic pronouns, the semantics of the middle-passive and of counterfactuals, the historic present and the constitution of the text, the suggestive power of descriptions, speech-acts, and strategies of politeness.