A Handbook for Latin Clubs eBook

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PLAY.—­Persephone.
  Children’s Classics in Dramatic Form.  Augusta Stevenson.  Vol. iv.

RECITATION.—­Mangled Mythology.
  Literary Digest.  Vol. xxxix, p. 1110.

THE ANCIENT MYTH IN MODERN LITERATURE

  “The debt of literature to the myth-makers of the Mediterranean has
  been an endless one starting at Mt.  Olympus, and flowing down in
  fertilizing streams through all the literary ages.” 
    —­James A. Harrison

ICARUS.
  Poetical Works.  Bayard Taylor.  P. 88.

ORPHEUS WITH HIS LUTE.
  Henry VIII.  William Shakespeare.  Act. iii, scene i.

IPHIGENIA AND AGAMEMNON. 
  The Shades of Agamemnon and Iphigenia. Poems and Dialogues in
    Verse
.  Walter Savage Landor.  Vol. i, p. 78.

VENUS AND VULCAN.
  Poetical Works.  John G. Saxe.  P. 238.

PANDORA.
  Poetical Works.  Bayard Taylor.  P. 203.

THE LEGEND OF ST. MARK.
  Poetical Works.  John G. Whittier.  P. 36.

ICARUS:  OR THE PERIL OF THE BORROWED PLUMES.
  Poetical Works.  John G. Saxe.  P. 229.

LAODAMIA.
  Complete Poetical Works.  William Wordsworth.  P. 525.

THE LOTUS EATERS
  Poetical Works.  Alfred Tennyson.  P. 51.

THE SHEPHERD OF KING ADMETUS.
  Complete Poetical Works.  James Russell Lowell.  P. 44.
  Classic Myths in English Literature.  C.M.  Gayley.  P. 131.

CERES. 
  Bliss Carman. Literary Digest.  Vol. xlv, p. 347.

PERSEPHONE.
  Poetical Works.  Jean Ingelow.  P. 181.

WHAT ENGLISH OWES TO GREEK

  “We are all Greeks.  Our laws, our literature, our religion, our
  arts, have their root in Greece.”

THE INFLUENCE OF GREEK ON ENGLISH. 
  The Iliad in Art.  Eugene Parsons. Chautauqua.  Vol. xvi. p. 643. 
  The Greek in English.  E.L.  Miller. School Review.  Vol. xiii,
    p. 390.

THE SOCIAL LIFE OF ANCIENT GREECE. 
  Edward Capps. Chautauqua.  Vol. xxiv, p. 290.
  The Life of the Greeks and Romans.  Guhl and Koner.  P. 183.

THE MODERN MAID OF ATHENS AND HER BROTHERS OF TO-DAY. 
  William E. Waters. Chautauqua.  Vol. xvii, p. 259.

OUR POETS’ DEBT TO HOMER. 
  English Poems on Greek Subjects.  James Richard Joy. Chautauqua
    Vol. xvii, p. 271.

ATHENS AS IT APPEARS TO-DAY. 
  In and about Modern Athens.  William E. Waters. Chautauqua.  Vol.
    xvii, p. 131. 
  Skirting the Balkan Peninsula.  Robert Hichens. Century Magazine
    Vol. lxiv, p. 84.

GREECE REVISITED.
  Martin L. D’Ooge. Nation.  Vol. xcvi, p. 569.

THE INFLUENCE OF GREEK ARCHITECTURE IN THE UNITED STATES. 
  W.H.  Goodyear. Chautauqua.  Vol. xvi, pp. 3, 131, 259.

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