CLST 311 - Greek and Roman Epic (W)
A study of the most important epic poems of the Greeks and Romans, including, but not necessarily limited to the Iliad, Odyssey and Aeneid.
ASSESSMENT: Each student will prepare a “graphic novel” presentation of a passage from one of the epics we are studying for 50% of the mark. A final exam (probably multiple-choice in format) will account for the remaining 50% of the mark.
- The Iliad of Homer. Richmond Lattimore. University of Chicago Press
- The Odyssey of Homer. Richmond Lattimore. Harpercollins Trade Sales.
- The Aeneid of Vergil. Sarah Ruden. Yale University Press
INSTRUCTOR: Dr. Drew Griffith