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Given by Members of the Department of Classics
Students should refer to the essay published under "Classics".
See also "MGR"Section 4 for Key to Course Descriptions)
An intensive language course for students who have no knowledge of the ancient Greek language; preparation for the reading of Greek literature.
An intensive language course for students who have had some ancient Greek, but have not reached OAC level. This course is equivalent to the Spring term of GRK 100Y.
Review of grammar and further language training with readings in classical Greek prose.
Continued language training with readings in classical Greek prose and verse.
Reading of one tragedy of Euripides in Greek and others in English.
Reading in Greek of Epic poetry (Homer, Hesiod, or Homeric hymns) amounting to four books of the Homeric poems or equivalent.
Reading of one or more dialogues in Greek, e.g., Euthyphro, Apology, Crito/Symposium/Meno.
The beginning of the writing of history. Reading in Greek of selections from Herodotus.
A course designed to enhance language skills. Prose composition, sight translation, stylistic analysis of classical Greek prose.
A study in Greek of a play of Aeschylus; reading of one play by Sophocles in Greek (e.g., Oedipus Rex/Antigone).
Co- or prerequisite: GRK330H
For Distribution Requirement purposes, all GRK courses are classified as HUMANITIES courses.
Greek comedy, its origin and evolution, with the reading in Greek of one play by Aristophanes and one or more by Menander.
Extensive reading in Greek of epic poetry (Homer, Hesiod, Homeric Hymns) with study of significant topics in early Greek poetry.
Study of Plato's mature philosophy with extensive reading in Greek from dialogues such as Phaedrus, Gorgias.
Reading of selections from Thucydides.
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