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Database articles and website resources for ancient, medieval and Renaissance literature as well as biographies of classical writers. How do classical writers reflect important issues of their time and how do these writers influence later cultures?
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Books on Classical Writers and Literature

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The Oxford Companion to Classical Literature - Margaret Howatson
Call Number: REF 880.9 HOW
ISBN: 0198661215
Publication Date: 1989-05-25
Covers classical authors, character entries, plot summaries, literary forms, historical events of the period, maps, and Latin and Greek translations.

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The Oxford Classical Dictionary - Simon Hornblower (Editor); Antony Spawforth (Editor)
Call Number: REF 938 OXF
ISBN: 019866172X
Publication Date: 1996-12-12
Contains six thousand entries addressing everyday life in the Greco-Roman world looking at the arts, law, science, culture, marriage, attitudes about sex, and information on key persons who shaped their world.

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The Oxford Companion to Classical Civilization - Simon Hornblower (Editor); Antony Spawforth (Editor)
Call Number: REF 938.003 CLA
ISBN: 0198601654
Publication Date: 1998
From military history to architecture, ancient law to mythology, the sciences to the arts, these meticulously detailed entries breathe life into the people, places and events that shaped the development of classical civilization.

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History in Quotations - M. J. Cohen; John Major; Simon Schama (Foreword by)
Call Number: REF 909 COH
ISBN: 0304353876
Publication Date: 2004
Presents a comprehensive historical reference containing nine thousand quotations arranged in ninety thematic chapters covering five thousand years of world history and includes statements from those such as Winston Churchill, Elizabeth I, Julius Caesar, and George Washington.


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