Timeline of Classics: Historical Context for the Good and Great Books is a 121-page reference guide that equips you to enjoy literature, connect with history, and think deeply about the good and great books. You could arrange all of your study of history and literature for elementary through high school using this one guide.
History doesn't have to be confusing. Using the literature of the ages, Timeline of Classics provides familiar points of reference for people, places, and events throughout world history.
This chronological index organizes classic world literature, selected writings, biographies, plays, audio recordings, and films into four broad divisions of world history: Ancients, The Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation, and The Modern World. Its pages are arranged in a spread-sheet format for quick reference.
Now in its second edition, Timeline of Classics includes instruction for journaling through literature. Watch comprehension soar as you apply these simple yet powerful methods in your home or classroom.
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