Humanities Connection
5:32 pm
Thu May 8, 2014

Classics in the Modern Classroom

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The enduring value of classic literature lies in its exploration of the human condition and also its ability for modern interpretation.

Can today’s students in our modern world relate to classics that were written centuries before their time? Towson University Professor John McLucas provides this reflection on a recent class on Ariosto’s epic 16th century Italian poem, Orlando furioso. 

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