CLAS230 Classical Mythology In Epic

Fall Semester 2007-2008, Department of Classics, Monmouth College

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CLAS230 and General Education /
Course Description / Required Texts /
Semester Theme: Classical Mythology In Epic /
About the Instructor / Grading Scale / Class Format and Expectations / Goals and Requirements / Schedule of ActivitiesReserve Book List / Writing Guidelines for Professor Sienkewicz' Classes / Guidelines for Reviews and Reports / Course Documents:  Myth / Epic

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The Blinding of Polyphemus

The theme of CLAS230 Classical Mythology this semester is "Classical Mythology in Epic." For a fuller discussion of this theme, click here.

Whenever possible, course handouts, including this syllabus, will be available in electronic form on the Classics Dept. webpage (http:\\\academic\classics).  

Material intended only for use by members of this course will be posted in the college's Public Folders in Outlook at:

A word on plagiarism:

Plagiarism is copying someone else's work without giving credit. Such copying--from a book, another classmate's paper, or any other source--is dishonest. Any student submitting plagiarized work will receive a failing grade for that assignment. If two papers with identical or nearly-identical work are submitted by different students, both papers will receive a failing grade.


This syllabus is subject to revision by the instructor, provided that written or verbal notice is given in class.

This material has been published on the web by Prof. Tom Sienkewicz for his students at Monmouth College. If you have any questions, you can contact him at

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