Joe Knows Latin by Joe Paterno
Penn State’s legendary coach tells what Virgil’s Aeneid has to do with football—and life.
Why Read Homer’s Iliad by Cheryl Lowe
I don’t know any substitute for Latin for training the intellect and sharpening the mind. And I don’t know any substitute for the Iliad for humanizing and civilizing the young.
Harry Potter And the Attack of the Critics by Martin Cothran
Literature is dangerous except when taken in large doses.
Ordering Knowledge to the Child’s Nature by Andrew Campbell
What’s so Great About Great Books? by Martin Cothran
There are some books we set apart from the rest and call “great.”
Saturday, May 31, 2008
The last edition of The Classical Teacher, of which I am editor, is up on the web: