These differences bring with them different cultures and values.

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In Odysseus' time, honor was valued above nearly all else.

Among scholars, one of the most significant types of dedications is a festschrift. A festschrift is a collection of essays or studies in book form, dedicated to a former teacher or professor in his or her advanced age. The individual scholarly writings come from his or her students, who typically collaborate to organize the work and contact the publisher, and they present the collection to the teacher upon its publication.


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In the time period Everett, Pete and Delmar lived, honor was not as valued.


David Lloyd (yes, that David lloyd) wrote:
Interesting and useful to scholars and explorers. Must let you know that all content is not strictly linked to central themes. Works on bookshelves in first Shadow Gallery scene, and posters, etc., are a mixed choice to show V was as much interested in pop culture as the higher arts - an everyman. (Lloyd, personal email, January 31, 2002)


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Bookworms will enjoy the bytes they find in this lesson as they research and share information about online library services in places around the world.

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Paint a vivid picture in your reader's mind with good descriptive writing! Artwork provides the perfect starting point for practicing descriptive writing that conveys color, shape, line, and mood.

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VALERIUS FLACCUS was a Roman poet who flourished in the late C1st A.D

DEDUCTUM CARMEN (Latin, "drawn-out song"): Ovid's term in Eclogue 6.3-5 for the type of poem he will create in his own poetry, in contrast with the older epic. He claims that a "modern" (i.e., imperial) poet of his day should not be writing epics, but instead should follow the example of Callimachus, in which the poem's narrative structure is drawn out in a manner akin to the way a thread is drawn outin spinning, so the story become a fine, tight thread pulled out of the original chaotic tangle of unprocessed wool (Feeney xxiii). This method contrasts with the epic, in which a single narrative focusing on kings and conquerors broadly dominates the entire poem.

during the reign of the Emperor Vespasian

DECADENCE, THE: A literary movement in late Nineteenth-Century England, France, Germany, and Spain associated with dark or "amoral" symbolism, focusing on the theme of artifice as opposed to naturalism. In particular, Théophile Gautier, Charles Baudelaire, Oscar Wilde, and Audrey Beardsley are representative writers and poets in this movement.