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The Norton Anthology of World Masterpiecies, 7th Vol.2

 
지은이 : S. Lawall, General Editor
출판사 : Norton
판수 : 7 edition
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Offering a splendid collection of literary masterpieces in the best available translations, The Norton Anthology of World Masterpieces is a literal library of Western literature in two portable volumes. Most major works, from Homer's Odyssey to Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart, are offered complete or in substantial, readable excerpts. New authors and works abound, including pieces by Plautus, Lucian, Ariosto, de Vega, Shakespeare, Joyce, O'Connor, Munro, and Silko, and new sections of Medieval lyrics and tales, Romantic poetry in translation, and Dada-Surrealist poetry. Informative period introductions and author headnotes guide readers through the cultural and historical contexts surrounding the literature
Preface to the Seventh Edition xvii
Acknowledgments xxiii
Phonetic Equivalents xxv
Masterpieces of the Ancient World
Map: Greece and Western Asia Minor, Ca.
Fifth Century B.C.
Introduction 1 (15)
Map: The Roman Empire, CA. 117 9 (5)
Timeline 14 (2)
Gilgamesh (Akkadian, ca. 2500--1500 B.C.) 16 (31)
N. K. Sandars
The Bible: The Old Testament (Hebrew, ca. 47 (51)
1000--300 B.C.)
Genesis 1--3 [The Creation---The Fall] 51 (3)
Genesis 4 [The First Murder] 54 (1)
Genesis 6--9 [The Flood] 55 (3)
Genesis 11 [The Origin of Languages] 58 (1)
Genesis 22 [Abraham and Isaac] 58 (1)
Genesis 25, 27 [Jacob and Esau] 59 (2)
Genesis 37, 39--46 [The Story of Joseph] 61 (11)
From Job 72 (16)
Psalm 8 88 (1)
Psalm 19 88 (1)
Psalm 23 89 (1)
Psalm 104 89 (2)
Psalm 137 91 (1)
The Song of Songs 91 (4)
Jonah
(The King James Version) 95 (3)
Homer (eighth century B.C.) 98 (416)
The Iliad (Greek) 104 (105)
Book I [The Rage of Achilles] 104 (16)
From Book VI [Hector Returns to Troy] 120 (11)
From Book VIII [The Tide of Battle Turns] 131 (1)
Book IX [The Embassy to Achilles] 131 (19)
From Book XVI [Patroclus Fights and Dies] 150 (11)
Book XVIII [The Shield of Achilles] 161 (15)
Book XXII [The Death of Hector] 176 (13)
Book XXIV [Achilles and Praim] 189 (20)
Robert Fagles
The Odyssey (Greek) 209 (305)
Book I [A Goddess Intervenes] 209 (11)
Book II [A Hero's Son Awakens] 220 (10)
Book III [The Lord of the Western 230 (12)
Approaches]
Book IV [The Red-Haired King and His Lady] 242 (20)
Book V [Sweet Nymph and Open Sea] 262 (11)
Book VI [The Princess at the River] 273 (8)
Book VII [Gardens and Firelight] 281 (8)
Book VIII [The Songs of the Harper] 289 (14)
Book IX [New Coasts and Poseidon's Son] 303 (13)
Book X [The Grace of the Witch] 316 (15)
Book XI [A Gathering of Shades] 331 (16)
Book XII [Sea Perils and Defeat] 347 (13)
Book XIII [One More Strange Island] 360 (12)
Book XIV [Hospitality in the Forest] 372 (13)
Book XV [How They Came to Ithaka] 385 (15)
Book XVI [Father and Son] 400 (13)
Book XVII [The Beggar at the Manor] 413 (18)
Book XVIII [Blows and a Queen's Beauty] 431 (11)
Book XIX [Recognitions and a Dream] 442 (16)
Book XX [Signs and a Vision] 458 (9)
Book XXI [The Test of the Bow] 467 (11)
Book XXII [Death in the Great Hall] 478 (13)
Book XXIII [The Trunk of the Olive Tree] 491 (9)
Book XXIV [Warriors, Farewell] 500 (14)
Robert Fitzgerald
Sappho of Lesbos (born ca. 630 B.C.) 514 (3)
Lyrics (Greek) 515 (2)
[Throned in Splendor, Deathless, O 515 (1)
Aphrodite]
[Like the Very Gods in My Sight Is He] 516 (1)
[Some There Are Who Say That the Fairest 516 (1)
Thing Seen]
Richmond Lattimore
Aeschylus (524?--456 B.C.) 517 (79)
The Oresteia (Greek) 521 (75)
Agamemnon 521 (45)
The Libation Bearers (summary) 566 (1)
The Eumenides 567 (29)
Robert Fagles
Sophocles (ca. 496--406 B.C.) 596 (44)
Oedipus the King (Greek) 599 (41)
Robert Fagles
Euripides (480--406 B.C.) 640 (32)
Medea (Greek) 642 (30)
Rex Warner
Aristophanes (450?--385? B.C.) 672 (54)
Lysistrata (Greek) 674 (52)
Douglass Parker
Plato (429--347 B.C.) 726 (20)
The Apology of Socrates (Greek) 727 (19)
Benjamin Jowett
Aristotle (384--322 B.C.) 746 (4)
From Poetics (Greek) 747 (3)
James Hutton
Plautus (254?--184? B.C.) 750 (58)
Pseudolus (Latin) 755 (53)
Peter L. Smith
Catullus (84?--54? B.C.) 808 (6)
Lyrics (Latin) 809 (5)
5 (``Lesbia, let us live only for 809 (1)
loving'')
2 (``Sparrow, you darling pet of my 809 (1)
beloved'')
51 (``To me that man seems like a god in 809 (1)
heaven'')
86 (``Many find Quintia stunning'') 810 (1)
87 (``No other woman can truthfully say 810 (1)
she was cherished'')
109 (``Darling, we'll both have equal 810 (1)
shares in the sweet love you offer'')
83 (``Lesbia hurls abuse at me in front 811 (1)
of her husband'')
70 (``My woman says there is no one whom 811 (1)
she'd rather marry'')
72 (``You used to say that you wished to 811 (1)
know only Catullus'')
85 (``I hate & love'') 811 (1)
75 (``To such a state have I been brought 811 (1)
by your mischief'')
8 (``Wretched Catullus! You have to stop 812 (1)
this nonsense'')
58 (``Lesbia, Caelius---yes, our 812 (1)
darling'')
11 (``Aurelius & Furius, true comrades'') 812 (1)
76 (``If any pleasure can come to a man'') 813 (1)
Charles Martin
Virgil (70--19 B.C.) 814 (81)
The Aeneid (Latin) 817 (78)
From Book I 817 (1)
[Prologue] 817 (1)
[Aeneas Arrives in Carthage] 818 (7)
Book II [How They Took the City] 825 (22)
Book IV [The Passion of the Queen] 847 (21)
From Book VI [Aeneas in the Underworld] 868 (18)
From Book VIII [The Shield of Aeneas] 886 (4)
From Book XII [The Death of Turnus] 890 (5)
Robert Fitzgerald
Ovid (43 B.C.--A.D. 17) 895 (48)
Metamorphoses (Latin) 899 (44)
From Book I 899 (1)
[Prologue] 899 (1)
[Apollo and Daphne] 899 (3)
[Io and Jove] 902 (6)
From Book II 908 (1)
[Europa and Jove] 908 (2)
From Book V 910 (1)
[Ceres and Proserpina] 910 (12)
From Book IX 922 (1)
[Iphis and Ianthe] 922 (5)
From Book X 927 (1)
[Pygmalion] 927 (1)
[Myrrha and Cinyras] 928 (7)
[Venus and Adonis] 935 (8)
Allen Mandelbaum
Petronius (died A.D. 66) 943 (17)
The Satyricon (Latin) 944 (16)
[Dinner with Trimalchio] 944 (16)
J. P. Sullivan
The Bible: The New Testament (Greek, ca. 960 (16)
first century)
Luke 2 [The Birth and Youth of Jesus] 962 (1)
Matthew 5--7 [The Teaching of Jesus: The 963 (4)
Sermon on the Mount]
Luke 15 [The Teaching of Jesus: Parables] 967 (2)
Matthew 13 [Why Jesus Teaches in Parables] 969 (1)
Matthew 26 [The Betrayal of Jesus] 970 (2)
Matthew 27 [The Trial and Crucifixion of 972 (3)
Jesus]
Matthew 28 [The Resurrection]
(The King James Version) 975 (1)
Lucian (A.D. 120?--190?) 976 (28)
A True Story (Greek) 979 (25)
Lionel Casson
Augustine (A.D. 354--430) 1004 (31)
Confessions (Latin) 1005 (30)
From Book I [Childhood] 1005 (4)
From Book II [The Pear Tree] 1009 (3)
From Book III [Student at Carthage] 1012 (2)
From Book V [Augustine Leaves Carthage 1014 (1)
for Rome]
From Book VI [Worldly Ambitions] 1015 (3)
From Book VIII [Conversion] 1018 (3)
From Book IX [Death of His Mother] 1021 (14)
F. J. Sheed
Masterpieces of the Middle Ages
Map: Europe, Ca. 1150
Introduction 1035 (5)
Timeline 1038 (2)
The Koran (Arabic, 610--632) 1040 (17)
Sura 1. The Exordium 1042 (1)
Sura 5. The Table 1042 (9)
Sura 12. Joseph 1051 (6)
N. J. Dawood
Beowulf (Old English, ca. ninth century) 1057 (47)
E. Talbot Donaldson
From The Song of Roland (French, ca. 1100) 1104 (65)
Frederick Goldin
Marie De France (twelfth century) 1169 (9)
Lais (French) 1170 (8)
Lanval 1170 (6)
Laustic 1176 (2)
Glyn S. Burgess
Keith Busby
Thorstein the Staff-Struck (Old Norse, 1178 (6)
thirteenth century)
Hermann Palsson
Medieval Lyrics: A Selection 1184 (44)
Walahfrid Strabo ?Elegy on Reichenau 1189 (2)
Notker Balbulus ?A Hymn to Holy Women 1191 (2)
Anonymous ?The Ruin 1193 (1)
Anonymous ?Song of Summer 1194 (1)
Ibn Arfa `Ra'suh ?The Singing Lute 1194 (1)
William IX, duke of Aquitaine ?Spring 1195 (1)
Song
Judah Halevi ?Summer 1196 (1)
Abu-l-Hasan ibn Al-Qabturnuh ?In 1197 (1)
Battle
Hildegard of Bingen ?A Hymn to St. 1197 (2)
Maximinus
The Archpoet ?His Confession 1199 (3)
Jaufre Rudel ?Love Song 1202 (1)
Rabbi Ephraim ben Jacob ?The 1203 (3)
Sacrifice of Isaac
Beatrice, countess of Dia ?A Lover's 1206 (1)
Prize
Bertran de Born ?In Praise of War 1207 (1)
Heinrich von Morungen ?The Wound of 1208 (1)
Love
Arnaut Daniel ?The Art of Love 1209 (1)
Walther von der Vogelweide ?Dancing 1210 (1)
Girl
Meir Halevi Abulafia ?A Letter from 1211 (1)
the Grave
Hadewijch of Brabant ?The Cult of Love 1212 (1)
Alfonso X ?The Scorpion 1213 (2)
Guido Guinizzelli ?Love and Nobility 1215 (1)
Guido Cavalcanti ?An Encounter 1216 (1)
Dante Alighieri ?Love and Poetry 1217 (1)
?Sonnet 1217 (1)
Anonymous ?Calvary 1218 (1)
Alexander the Wild ?Strawberry Picking 1218 (2)
Dafydd ap Gwilym ?The Fox 1220 (1)
Anonymous ?Aubade 1221 (1)
Christine de Pizan ?Alone in Martyrdom 1222 (1)
Anonymous ?Lament of the Virgin 1222 (3)
Charles d'Orleans ?Balade 1225 (1)
Francois Villon ?From The Testament 1225 (3)
Medieval Tales: A Selection 1228 (65)
Petrus Alfonsi ?From The Scholar's 1232 (2)
Guide
Four Fabliaux 1234 (23)
The Trial of Renard 1257 (33)
Robert Mannyng ?The Cursed Dancers of 1290 (3)
Colbeck
Dante Alighieri (1265--1321) 1293 (136)
The Divine Comedy (Italian) 1303 (126)
Inferno 1303 (106)
From Purgatorio 1409 (17)
From Paradiso 1426 (3)
Allen Mandelbaum
Giovanni Boccaccio (1313--1375) 1429 (29)
The Decameron (Italian) 1431 (27)
[The First Story of the First Day] 1431 (9)
[The Ninth Story of the Fourth Day] 1440 (3)
[The Eighth Story of the Fifth Day] 1443 (4)
[The Sixth Story of the Ninth Day] 1447 (3)
[The Tenth Story of the Tenth Day] 1450 (8)
G. H. McWilliam
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (Middle 1458 (54)
English, 1380?)
Marie Borroff
Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?--1400) 1512 (74)
The Canterbury Tales (Middle English) 1517 (69)
General Prologue 1517 (17)
The Miller's Prologue and Tale 1534 (1)
The Prologue 1534 (2)
The Tale 1536 (13)
The Wife of Bath's Prologue and Tale 1549 (1)
The Prologue 1549 (17)
The Tale 1566 (7)
The Pardoner's Prologue and Tale 1573 (1)
The Prologue 1573 (3)
The Tale 1576 (10)
"Overall, this book provides an excellent survey of world literature from the Age of Reason to Post-Modernism.

The translations were very well done for all languages. I especially enjoyed the German works written by Goethe, Freud, Rilke, and Kafka. The footnotes served as a great tool in explaining that certain words chosen may not have been the exact equivalent, and definitions and examples are sometimes included to give the reader a better understanding of the messages conveyed by authors.

Unfortunately, I see some overlap in this book and in Norton's American Literature II and British Literature II. Also, the pronunciation guides in the beginning some stories such as Achebe's Things Fall Apart are quite limited.

The durability of the pages and covers of Norton's books have greatly improved. The type, font, kerning and spacing is fairly easy to read without too much eye strain, especially since the character size is so small."
 
"exactly what to be expected from an anthology. good introductions to the pieces, authors, etc. 'salright.'
 
   
 
   
 
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