The Bible and the classics as a literary background. Addresses delivered at the meeting of the Conference at the Johns Hopkins University on November 27, 1920

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245 0 4 ‡aThe Bible and the classics as a literary background. ‡bAddresses delivered at the meeting of the Conference at the Johns Hopkins University on November 27, 1920.
260 ‡aNewark, Delaware, ‡bCollege Conference ‡c[1921]
300 ‡a19 p.
490 0 ‡aBulletin of the College Conference on English in the Central Atlantic states ; ‡vNo. 1, January 1921
505 0 ‡aThe Bible and the classics as a literary background, by W.S. Hinchman.--How can the student secure a knowledge of the classics? by B.S. Allen.--A course in classics in translation, by F.M.K. Foster.--The historical development of literature, by H.M. Ayres.--The classics for their own sake, by Tenney Frank.
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630 0 0 ‡aBible ‡xIn literature.
650 0 ‡aClassical literature ‡xAppreciation.
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