Building on the very best-selling custom of previous editions, Classical Mythology, 11th Edition, (PDF) is the most thorough study of classical mythology offered — and the very first complete-color etextbook of its kind. Featuring the authors’ substantial and clear translations of initial sources, it brings to life the misconceptions and legends of Greece and Rome in an appealing and lucid design. The book includes a variety of consistently equated passages from Latin and Greek sources, consisting of Hesiod, Homer, all the Homeric Hymns, Aeschylus, Pindar, Euripides, Sophocles, Plato, Lucian, Herodotus, Vergil, Ovid, Lucretius, and Seneca.
Acclaimed authors Mark Robert J. Lenardon, P.O. Morford, and Michael Sham include a vibrant mix of poetic stories and informing commentary to make the misconceptions come alive for college student. Offering cultural and historic background, they likewise take a look at the long-lasting survival of classical mythology and its impact in the fields of literature, art, dance, music, and movie.
- Provides adequate interpretive product
- Offers cultural and historic background
- Features robust pedagogy, adequate knowing resources, and sensational complete-color art
- Examines the sustaining reception of classical mythology and its impact in the arts
- Brings classical misconceptions to life through a vibrant mix of poetic stories and informing commentary
“This ebook provides abundant, broad, yet in-depth protection and transcends to all rivals I understand. This has actually been my primary book (with a couple of disturbances) for significantly more than 20 years. It is trustworthy and attract trainees.” — Zoja Pavlovskis-Petit, Binghamton University
“Classical Mythology, Eleventh Edition, includes a thoughtful and appealing discussion of product, excellent usage of graphics and color, and an exceptional design. The variety and protection of subjects are extremely comprehensive; the majority of what a mythology trainer or class may try to find is here in some kind.” — Glen Robert Gill, Montclair State University
“I especially like the glossary, which discusses how principles or names that stem with Greek misconception have actually entered into the language. This is fantastic for improving trainee literacy and structure vocabulary. The phonetic pronunciations offered in one index are extremely handy, as is the audio aspect on the site, which states words aloud so that university student (and trainers) can hear how they are noticable.” — Alice Goode-Elman, Suffolk Community College