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The Greek Way : Greece, Pholosphy

A study of the intellectual life of Greece at the peak of its achievements. The author interprets the literature, art, and philosophy of the Greeks and discusses what this heritage means to the world today.

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  • "Great age of Greek literature"@en

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  • "An account of the Greek way of life, including an interpretation of Greek civilization as reflected in its literature."
  • "A study of the intellectual life of Greece at the peak of its achievements. The author interprets the literature, art, and philosophy of the Greeks and discusses what this heritage means to the world today."@en
  • "A picture of Greek thought and arts as revealed in the works of the writers of the Periclean Age."
  • "A perennial favorite in many different editions, Edith Hamilton's best-selling The Greek Way captures the spirit and achievement of Greece in the fifth century B.C."@en

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  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"@en
  • "Criticism, interpretation, etc"
  • "Publishers' advertisements"@en

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  • "Athanatē Ellada : ē ellēnikē syneisphora ston dytiko kosmo"
  • "Athanatē ellada"
  • "The Greek Way : Greece, Pholosphy"@en
  • "The Greek Way"@en
  • "The Greek Way"
  • "... The Greek way"@en
  • "The Greek way"
  • "The Greek way"@en
  • "Greek way"
  • "Greek way"@en

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