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Eros at the banquet
Greek language--Textbooks for foreign speakers--English.
Greek language--Problems, exercises, etc.
Greek language--Grammar.
Greek, Ancient (to 1453)
English and Greek, Classical
Illustrative Content
LCC: PA258 .P76 2011 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 488.2/421 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2010032806
Table Of Contents
Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 Readings and Notes
Reading 1 The Frame
Reading 1A
Reading 1B
Reading 2 The Drinking Party
Reading 2A
Reading 2B
Reading 2C
Reading 3 The Speech of Phaedrus
Reading 3A
Reading 3B
Reading 4 Pausanias's Purified Pederasty
Reading 4A
Reading 4B
Reading 5 Scientific and Medical Conceptions of Love: The Speech of the Doctor Eryximachus
Reading 5A
Reading 5B
Reading 6 Aristophanes' Comic Myth
Reading 6A
Reading 6B
Reading 6C
Reading 6D
Reading 6E
Reading 7 A Tragic Oration
Reading 7A
Reading 7B
Reading 7C
Reading 7D
Reading 8 Plain-Speaking: Socrates Responds
Reading 8A
Reading 8B
Reading 9 A Woman Speaks: Diotima's Erotic Wisdom
Reading 9A
Reading 9B
Reading 9C
Reading 9D
Reading 9E
Reading 9F
Reading 9G
Reading 9H
Reading 9I
Reading 9J
Reading 10 Socrates as Satyr: Alcibiades' Drunken Satyr-Play
Reading 10A
Reading 10B
Reading 10C
Reading 10D
Reading 10E
Reading 10F
Reading 10G
Reading 10H
Reading 11 The End of the Symposium
pt. 2 Review Exercises
Review Exercise 1A
a. Indirect statement with infinitive
b. Participle forms
c. Circumstantial, supplementary, and substantival participles
d. Verb drills: μενω, πυνθανμαι and αΧυω
Review Exercise 1B
a. Genitive absolute
b. Relative clauses
c. Challenge passages
Review Exercise 2A
a. Common independent uses of the subjunctive: hortatory, prohibitive, deliberative
b. Common dependent uses of the subjunctive: αν in generalizing or indefinite clauses, in purpose clauses, in fear (for the future) clauses
c. Verb drills: λεγω and αγ ω
d. Sight-reading: an edifying tale from Aesop
E. Challenge passages
Review Exercise 2B
a. Sight-reading: ancient quotations on wine, water, and drinking
b. Optative replacing subjunctive in secondary sequence: purpose clauses, fear clauses, generalizations about the past
c. Optative in indirect statements and questions in secondary sequence
d. Independent uses of the optative: wishes, potential optative
e. Verb drills: πνω and εΣθιω
Review Exercise 2C
a. Indicative + αν
b. Subjunctive + αν
c. Optative + αν
d. Challenge passages: mixed constructions
e. Verb drills: αω, αιεω, and εΧμαι
Review Exercise 3
a. Common uses of the accusative, especially accusatives of respect
b. Common uses of the genitive
c. Challenge passages
Review Exercise 4
a. Common uses of the dative
B. Result clauses
c. Uses of the infinitive
d. Challenge passages
Review Exercise 5
a. Uses of ωσ
b. Verbal adjectives in τεσ
c. Challenge passages
d. Verb drills: πιπτω and φεω
Review Exercise 6
a. Accusative absolute
b. Fear clauses: subjunctive and optative (fears for the future)
c. Numbers
d. Challenge passage
1. Major Characters in the Symposium
2. Time Line of Events Relevant to the Symposium
3. Seating Arrangement at Agathon's Symposium
4. Structure of the Symposium.
Authorized Access Point
Pratt, Louise H., 1960- Eros at the banquet