Hesiod (Google eBook)

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Valpy, 1832 - Greek poetry - 288 pages
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User Review  - humdog - LibraryThing

i love this book because it says that somebody castrated his father, and aphrodite, goddess of love and beauty was the result. i am enchanted with that notion, relative to aesthetics. it makes freud look, well, PALE. Read full review

Review: Hesiod I: Theogony. Works and Days. Testimonia. (Loeb Classical Library, #57)

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I'd been meaning to read Hesiod since the freshman year of high school when we were subjected to Edith Hamilton's Mythology. Finally, being on summer break from Loyola University and having obtained a ... Read full review

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Page 79 - Spread mingling fire with darkness. But to see With human eye, and hear with ear of man, Had been as on a time the Heaven and earth Met hurtling in mid-air, as nether earth Crash'd from the centre, and the wreck of Heaven Fell ruining from high. Not less, when Gods Grappled with Gods, the shout and clang of arms Commingled, and the tumult roar'd from Heaven.
Page 15 - Sin, by troops she shall beside thee stand ; Smooth is the track, her mansion is at hand : Where Virtue dwells the gods have placed before The dropping sweat that springs from every pore ; And ere the foot can reach her high abode, Long, rugged, steep th...
Page 5 - Cloud-gatherer ; oh unmatched in art! Exultest thou in this the flame retrieved, And dost thou triumph in the God deceived ? But thou, with the posterity of man, Shalt rue the fraud whence mightier ills began: I will send evil for thy stealthy fire, An ill which all shall love, and all desire.
Page 27 - O'er the broad sea the whirlwind of the North, And moves it with his breath: the ocean floods Heave, and earth bellows through her wild of woods. Full many an oak of lofty...
Page 149 - Alas! the meanest flowers which gardens yield, The vilest weeds that flourish in the field, Which dead in wintry sepulchres appear, Revive in spring, and bloom another year: But we, the great, the brave, the learn'd, the wise, Soon as the hand of death has closed our eyes, In tombs forgotten lie; no suns restore; We sleep, for ever sleep, to wake no more.
Page 68 - This was an unnecessary embarrassment; for they were all titles of the same god; there being originally by no means that diversity which is imagined, as Sir John Marsham has very justly observed.
Page 170 - WOULD Jove appoint some flower to reign In matchless beauty on the plain, The rose (mankind will all agree), The rose the queen of flowers should be, The pride of plants, the grace of bowers, The blush of meads, the eye of flowers: Its beauties charm the gods above; Its fragrance is the breath of love; Its foliage wantons in the air Luxuriant, like the flowing hair : It shines in blooming splendour gay, While zephyrs on its bosom play.
Page 13 - Dwells in their borders, and their youth increase : Nor Jove, whose radiant eyes behold afar, Hangs forth in heaven the signs of grievous war.
Page 13 - The God sends down his angry plagues from high, Famine and pestilence; in heaps they die...
Page 181 - Joy at the news, and follow with delight; 80 !Not to the gods to pay the rites divine, Or offer incense at some sacred shrine; Few are their offerings, and concise their prayer, Who give their whole devotion to the fair. As through the temple pass'd the Sestian maid, Her face, a soften'd dignity display'd; Thus silver Cynthia's milder glories rise, To glad the pale dominion of the skies. Her lovely cheeks a pure vermilion shed, Like roses beautifully...

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Homeric Hymns and Hesiod dj Rayor: The Homeric Hymns . A ...
In the second edition of A.’s translation of Hesiod, too (Theogony, Works and ... I should imagine that A.’s revised edition of Hesiod will be very welcome ...
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Hesiod
Hesiod Harvard University Press. ... Hesiod describes himself as a Boeotian shepherd who heard the Muses call him to sing about the gods. ...
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Hesiod: Hesiod / Shield Catalogue Of Women, Other Fragments | ISBN ...
Contains "The Shield" and extant fragments of other poems, including the "Catalogue of Women", that were attributed to Hesiod in antiquity. ...
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attributed to Hesiod in antiquity. None of these is now thought to be by Hesiod himself, but all have considerable literary and historical interest. ...
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Hesiod. Por Hesiod, Most, Glenn W.,. Precio: 20 USD Pasta Dura - 346 Páginas (Diciembre 2006) Harvard University Press. ISBN-13:9780674996229 ...
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POE 04_03_2008
29, 9780674996229, 0674996224, Hesiod, I, Theogony. Works and Days. Testimonia, Hesiod, Cloth, 01/15/2007, Loeb, 24.00, 15.95, 22.50, LITERARY CRITICISM: ...
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INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL STUDIES: NOVEMBER 2004 ACCESSIONS LIST
Theogony ; Works and days ; Shield / Hesiod ; translation, introduction, and notes by Apostolos N. Athanassakis. 2nd ed. Baltimore ; London : Johns Hopkins ...
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45 Panorama of the Classical World by Nigel Spivey and Michael ...
From Hesiod’s Works and Days, to Herodotus and Periclean Athens, .... 8th century BC, Hesiod’s view of the world and cosmos and his now disputed authorship ...
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