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Guide to comparative literature of western civilization 1-2

Irving E. Cox

Guide to comparative literature of western civilization 1-2

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Published by Long Beach Unified School District, Office of Curriculum and Instruction in Long Beach, Calif .
Written in English

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  • Literature, Comparative -- Study and teaching.

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    Cover title: Comparative literature of western civilization 1-2.

    Other titlesComparative literature of western civilization 1-2.
    Statementprepared by Irving E. Cox ; Marilouise Kreidler, English consultant.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination70 p. ;
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16559410M

    B.A. Comparative Literature and Ethnic Studies, Brown University (magna cum laude, ) My teaching and research focus on “anthropologizing” Western Civilization and exploring the role of cultural production in communal survival and sustainability. Research. My book, The Life of Paper: Letters and a Poetics of Living Beyond Captivity. Key works of literature, history, and philosophy (read in English translation) will be examined in their political and social context, and in relation both to other ancient Mediterranean cultures and to subsequent developments in Western civilization. Introduction to Greek Civilization: Read More [+]. Requirements for the Classical Civilizations Major (1) Prerequisites. (8 units) Classics 10A (Intro. Greek Civilization) or Classics 17A (Intro. Greek Archaeology) Classics 10B (Intro. Roman Civilization) or Classics 17B (Intro. Roman Archaeology) Classics R44 (Roots of Western Civilization) may be substituted for either 10A/17A or 10B/17B.


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