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Aaron Woldhagen - Finding Digital Texts

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Digital Texts

 

 

  1. Aeschylus by Aeschylus, 1871 William Heinemann Edition (Plain text found here)
  2. Homer by Homer, 1833 A.J. Valpy Edition (Plain text found here)
  3. Sophocles with English notes by the Rev. F.H.M. Blaydes, 1859 (Plain text found here)
  4. Euripides by Euripides, 1955 University of Chicago Press (Plain text found here)
  5. Aristophanes and the Political Parties at Athens by Maurice Croiset, 1909 Macmillan (Plain text found here)
  6. The Heroes: Or, Greek Fairy Tales for My Children by Charles Kingsley, 1900 Robertson Press (Plain text found here)
  7. Hesiod, the Homeric hymns, and Homerica by Hesiod, 1914 W. Heinemann, Putnam (Plain text found here)
  8. Tales of Troy and Greece by Andrew Lang, 1912 Longmans (Plain text found here)
  9. Adventures of Odysseus and the tale of Troy by Padraic Colum, 1918 Macmillan Company (Plain text found here)
  10. Achilles and Hector by Agnes Spofford Cook Gale, 1903 Rand, Mcnally (Plain text found here)

 

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