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    Cassiodorus, Seneca, Plato, Augustine, Dante, Shakespeare, Cicero, Horatius, Alcuin, Tolkien, Dante, Dostoevsky
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  1. j.rae.rallens

    Why study poetry?

    Because Christine is teaching it
  2. j.rae.rallens

    Four Arts of Language?

    Traditionally the 'language arts' (artes sermocinales, starting, I think, with Cassiodorus) were the Trivium: grammar, dialectic, rhetoric. To the functions of listening, speaking, reading, writing, we might add 'thinking' perhaps!
  3. j.rae.rallens

    Who we are and why we are glad you are here

    Thank you, Chris for your tireless efforts on behalf of classical education and the generous invitation to participate. I look forward to learning a lot here. Best wishes, Jenny
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