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EDITED BY CHARLES W ELIOT LLD

LECTURES ON THE HARVARD CLASSICS

BY

WILLIAM ALLAN NEILSON PHD

GENERAL EDITOR

AND

GEORGE PIERCE BAKER, A. B.
ERNEST BERNBAUM, Ph. D.
CHARLES J. BULLOCK, Ph. D.
THOMAS NIXON CARVER, Ph. D., LL. D.
GEORGE H. CHASE, Ph. D.
WILLIAM MORRIS DAVIS, M. E., Ph. D.,

Sc. D.
ROLAND BURRAGE DIXON, A. M., Ph. D.
WILLIAM Scott FERGUSON, Ph. D.
J. D. M, FORD, Ph. D.
KUNO FRANCKE, Ph. D., LL. D.
CHARLES HALL GRANDGENT, A. B.
CHESTER NOYES GREENOUGH, Ph. D.
CHARLES BURTON GULICK, Ph. D.
LAWRENCE JOSEPH HENDERSON, M. D.
FRANK W. C. HERSEY, A, M.
HENRY WYMAN HOLMES, A. M.
WILLIAM GUILD HOWARD, A. M.
ROBERT MATTESON JOHNSTON, M. A.

(Cantab.) CHARLES ROCKWELL LANMAN, Ph. D.,

LL. D.

GUSTAVUS HOWARD MAYNADIER, Ph. D. CLIFFORD HERSCHEL MOORE, Ph. D. WILLIAM BENNETT MUNRO,

LL, B., Ph. D., LL. D. A. O. NORTON, A. M. CARLETON NOYES, A. M. CHARLES POMEROY PARKER, B. A.

(Oxon.) GEORGE HOWARD PARKER, S. D. BLISS PERRY, L. H. D., Litt. D., LL. D. RALPH BARTON PERRY, Ph. D. CHANDLER RATHFON Post, Ph. D. MURRAY ANTHONY POTTER, Ph. D. Roscoe POUND, Ph. D., LL.M. FRED NORRIS ROBINSON, Ph. D. ALFRED DWIGHT SHEFFIELD, A. M. 0. W. SPRAGUE, A. M., Ph. D. OLIVER MITCHELL WENTWORTH

SPRAGUE, Ph. D. WILLIAM Roscoe THAYER, A. M. FREDERICK JACKSON TURNER, Ph. D.,

LL. D., Litt. D. CHARLES HENRY CONRAD WRIGHT, M. A.

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MAR 20 1928
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Charles & Coolidge

Copyright, 1914
By P. F. COLLIER & SON

MANUFACTURED IN U, S. A.

Designed, Printed, and Bound at
The Collier Press, New York

CONTENTS

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HISTORY.

I. GENERAL INTRODUCTION. By Robert Matteson Johnston, M.A.

(Cantab.), Assistant Professor of Modern History in Har.

vard University.
II. ANCIENT HISTORY. By William Scott Ferguson, Ph.D., Pro-

fessor of History in Harvard University.
III. THE RENAISSANCE. By Murray Anthony Potter, Ph. D., Assist.

ant Professor of Romance Languages in Harvard University.
IV. THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. By Robert Matteson Johnston,

M.A. (Cantab.)

V. THE TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE UNITED STATES. By

Frederick Jackson Turner, Ph.D., LL.D., Litt. D., Pro-

fessor of History in Harvard University.

POETRY

I. GENERAL INTRODUCTION. By Carleton Noyes, A. M., formerly

Instructor in English in Harvard University. .

II. HOMER AND THE Epic. By Charles Burton Gulick, Ph.D.,

Professor of Greek in Harvard University, and (1911-1912)

in the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.
III. Dante. By Charles Hall Grandgent, A. B., Professor of Ro.

mance Languages in Harvard University.
IV. THE POEMS or Jonn Milton. By Ernest Bernbaum, Ph.D.,

Instructor in English in Harvard University. :

V. THE ENGLISH ANTHOLOGY. By Carleton Noyes, A.M.

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NATURAL SCIENCE .

I. GENERAL INTRODUCTION. By Lawrence Joseph Henderson,

M. D., Assistant Professor of Biological Chemistry in Har:

vard University.

II. ASTRONOMY. By Lawrence Joseph Henderson, M.D.
III. Physics AND CHEMISTRY, By Lawrence Joseph Henderson,

M.D.
IV. THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES. By Lawrence Joseph Henderson,

M. D.
V. KELVIN ON "Light" AND "THE Tides.” By William Morris

Davis, M. E., Ph. D., Sc. D., Sturgis-Hooper Professor of
Geology, Emeritus, in Harvard University, Fellow of the
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Exchange Pro-

fessor to the University of Berlin and to the Sorbonne.

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