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The Book of Luke
 

The Book of Luke
by Luke the Evangelist

The Iliad
 

The Iliad
by Homer

Beowulf
 

Beowulf
by Francis Gummere

Dante in Translation
 

Dante in Translation
by Giuseppe Mazzotta

Motivational Speeches
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by Marcus Aurelius
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Download Meditations by Marcus Aurelius. This classic work of Stoic philosophy by the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius has been a source of guidance and self-improvement for thousands of years.

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by Homer
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Listen to Homer's epic poem The Odyssey which follows the Greek hero Odysseus on his journey from Troy to his home of Ithaca after the Trojan War.

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by Hubert L. Dreyfus
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This course will compare and contrast the Greek, Medieval, and modern worlds, as reflected in their greatest literature...

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by Homer
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Listen to Homer's ancient Greek epic poem The Iliad, translated by Samuel Butler. Learn about the wrath of Achilles, the Greek hero of the Trojan War, along with a whole cast of Greeks, Trojans, and gods that battle throughout the final year of the siege of Troy.

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by Peter Meineck
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In this lecture professor Peter Meineck introduces Ancient Greek drama and explains why he feels it is still so popular and powerful today.

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by Joseph Campbell
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Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth is a 1988 documentary series featuring six hour-long conversations between journalist Bill Moyers and mythologist Joseph Campbell. Campbell was a professor at Sarah Lawrence College in New York, and he authored many books, including his most famous book in 1949 entitled The Hero With a Thousand Faces.

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by E.A. Wallis Budge
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The Egyptian Book of the Dead, or the Book of Coming Forth by Day, is an Ancient Egyptian funerary text consisting of spells to protect the soul on its journey to Duat, or Afterlife.

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by Virgil
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With the Aeneid, the Roman poet Virgil provides his home country with a nationalistic origin grounded squarely in Homeric myth. The poem follows Aeneas, one of the few survivors of Troy's destruction, as he leads the last of his men through a series of trials as they make their way to Italian shores.

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by Saint Augustine
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Download this free classic Christian audio book. The Confessions of St. Augustine was written by St. Augustine of Hippo between AD 397 and AD 398.

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by William Smith
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Here we present 14 brief audio sketches of each of the major Greek Deities; providing the listener with information on lineage, characteristics, historical significance and artistic renditions.

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