Month: March 2015

Allegro non troppo

Tchaikovsky’s first piano concerto is not what you thought. Tessa Carman talks about the Bells of Ordinary Time in seven liturgical hours, more or less. Libby Nelson presents Twenty-Five Maps that Explain the English Language, as if such a thing were possible. Linda Rodriguez explains how World War One made wristwatches happen.

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William Harris

The essays of the late William Harris, professor of classics at Middlebury College, are archived on the college website under the title of Humanities and Liberal Arts. Of interest to Latin and Greek students: The Intelligent Person’s Guide to Greek and The Prolegomena to Latin. The index to Greek Language and Literature includes a good deal on Homer as well as commentaries on Sappho and Heraclitus.