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LISTA DE LECTURAS PARA LA LICENCIATURA EN YALE

http://www.yale.edu/classics/downloads/YaleUndergraduateReadingList.pdf
Undergraduate Reading List
Ancient Greek

Homer Iliad 1, 6, 9; Odyssey 4, 9

In English: Iliad and Odyssey (all)

Homeric Hymns Demeter in Greek

In English: Aphrodite, Apollo, and Hermes

Hesiod Works and Days 1-247; Theogony 1-232

In English: Works and Days, Theogony (all)

Archilochus 1, 2, 3, 6, 22, 74

In English: all selections in A. Miller, Greek Lyric

Sappho 1, 16, 31, 44

In English: all selections in A. Miller, Greek Lyric

Solon 1 and 24

In English: all selections in A. Miller, Greek Lyric

Simonides 542, 121D, 92D

In English: all selections in A. Miller, Greek Lyric

Bacchylides 3 and 18

In English: all selections in A. Miller, Greek Lyric

Pindar Ol. 1

In English: selections of Odes in A. Miller, Greek Lyric: Olympian 2, 12,

13, 14, Pythian 1, 3, 8, 10, Nemean 5, 10, Isthmian 5, 6, 7

Aeschylus Eumenides;

In English: Oresteia

Sophocles Oedipus Rex

In English: Ajax, Antigone, and Oedipus at Colonus

Euripides Medea

In English: Hippolytus and Bacchae

Aristophanes Clouds

In English: Frogs, Birds, Lysistrata

Herodotus 1.1-92

In English: 6-9

Thucydides 2.1-65;

In English: 1, the rest of 2, 6, and 7

Plato Republic I, Ion, Crito

In English: Republic, Apology, Symposium

Aristotle EN I

In English: Poetics (all)

Lysias 1

In English: 12

Demosthenes First Philippic

Apollonius Argonautica selections in N. Hopkinson, A Hellenistic Anthology: 1.536-58,

1.1153-71, 3.744-824, 4.1629-88

In English: Argonautica (all)

Callimachus Selections in N. Hopkinson, A Hellenistic Anthology: Reply to the Telchines

(fr. 1), Acontius and Cydippe (frr. 67+75), The Bath of Pallas (Hymn 5),

The Hymn to Zeus (Hymn 1)

Theocritus 1 and 15

In English: 7 and 11

Plutarch Alcibiades

In English: Alexander; Coriolanus & Comparison of Coriolanus and

Alcibiades

Additional English readings

Lyric poetry, selections of Alcman, Alcaeus, Anacreon, and Theognis from A. Miller, Greek

Lyric

Antiphon Tetralogies



Menander Dyscolus

Lucian selected Dialogues of the Gods in L. Casson, Selected Satires of Lucian, 2,

4, 6, 7, 9, 20, 24; The Dream or Lucian’s Career, The Death of Peregrinus

Longus Daphnis and Chloe

Undergraduate Reading list for Latin

Plautus: Menaechmi

In English: Aulularia, Amphitryo

Terence: Adelphoe

Ennius: Annales 34-50, 72-91, 96, 268-286 (as numbered in O. Skutsch's Annals of

Quintus Ennius)

Catullus: 1-16, 22, 28, 30-36, 44-46, 49-51, 58, 62-64, 68, 70, 72, 75, 76, 82-87, 92, 93, 95,

96, 99, 101, 109

Lucretius: De Rerum Natura I.1-448

Caesar: Bellum Civile I

Sallust: Bellum Catilinae

Cicero: In Catilinam 1, Somnium Scipionis

Letters 1, 3, 6, 15, 18, 19, 20, 24, 27, 33, 34, 38, 52, 63, 67-69 (ed. Shackleton

Bailey)


In English: Brutus, Penguin Classics On the Good Life (Trans. Grant)

Horace: Satires 1, Odes 1, Epistles 1

In English: Ars Poetica

Virgil: Eclogues, Aeneid I, IV, VI, XII

In English: Georgics, Aeneid (all)

Tibullus: I.1, 3, 5

Propertius: I.1, 3, 5, 6, 11, 18-20; IV.7-11

Nepos: Atticus

Ovid: Amores 1, Metamorphoses 1

In English: Ars I, Metamorphoses (all)

Livy: praef., I.1-16

In English: Books I and XXI

–– Res Gestae Divi Augusti

Seneca: Phaedra, Letters 7, 47, 56

In English: Apocolocyntosis, Octavia

Lucan: Bellum Civile I.1-182

In English: Books I and VII

Persius: Satire 1

Petronius: Cena Trimalchionis 1-47 (and the rest in English)

Martial: De Spec. 31 and 34; Book I.1-4, 13, 16, 29, 32, 38

Pliny: Letters I.9, VI.16, VII.33, X.96-97

Tacitus: Agricola 1-4, 42-46; Annales I

In English: Annales (all)

Juvenal: Satires 1, 3

In English: 6, 10

Suetonius: In English: Augustus, Nero, Domitian

Apuleius: Metamorphoses 1

In English: Metamorphoses (all)

Ammianus: XVI.1, 5, 10; XXXI.16.7

In English: XIV.5.6-XV.8.16, XVI (all)

Augustine: Confessions I.VIII(13)-XIV(23)

In English: Confessions I (all)

Claudian: In English: In Eutropium 1

Boethius: In English: Consolatio Philosophiae 1

Quintilian: In English: Instit. X.1.85-131
LISTA DE LECTURAS PARA EL DOCTORADO EN HARVARD

Metodología: http://classics.fas.harvard.edu/book/classical-philology

http://classics.fas.harvard.edu/book/philology-reading-list

Greek Literature

Aeschines: Against Ctesiphon 159-end

Aeschylus: Oresteia, Persae

Apollonius Rhodius: I 1153-1357, III 1-166, 609-824

Aristophanes: Acharnians, Birds, Clouds, Frogs

Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics I, Poetics

Callimachus: Aitia frr. 1-2, 67-75, 110, Hymns 2

Demosthenes: Olynthiacs 1, On the Crown 199-end, Philippics 1

Dio Chrysostom: Euboicus

Epigrams (numbered as in Page, Epigrammata Graeca, except where otherwise specified):

Antipater Sidonius: XI, XXXVI-XL

Asclepiades: I, VI, XI, XX-XXII, XXXI-XXXIII

Callimachus: II-V, VIII, XI, XIV-XV, XXIX-XXX, XXXIV, XXXVIII, XLIII, XLV, LI-LIII, LVI, LIX, LXVII

Dioscorides: XVII, XXII

Hedylus: XI

Meleager: VI, IX, XIII, XXIX-XXXVI, XL-LVI, CIII

Philodemus: XXIII

Posidippus IX, XXIV, Lithika I-XX Austin-Bastianini

Theocritus: XIII-XV

Euripides: Bacchae, Hippolytus, Medea

Gorgias: Helen

Herodotus: I 1-130, III 1-16, 30-87, VIII 18-99

Hesiod: Theogony, Works and Days

Homer: Iliad, Odyssey, Hymns 2 and 5

Isocrates: Panegyricus 26-50, Helen

Longus: Daphnis and Chloe 1, 4

[Longinus]: De sublimitate 1-16

Lucian: Dream, Assembly of the Gods

Lyric Poetry: selections as in D. Campbell, Greek Lyric Poetry

Lysias: 1, 7, 12

Menander: Samia

Pindar: Olympians 1, 2, 7, 14; Pythians 1, 4, 8, 10; Nemeans 6, 7, 8, 10; Isthmians 7, 8

Plato: Apology, Gorgias, Republic I, VI 496a11-VII 518d7, Symposium

Plutarch: Demosthenes-Cicero, including synkrisis

Polybius: VI 2-10, XXXVIII 22, XXXIX 1-6

Sophocles: Antigone, Oedipus at Colonus, Oedipus Tyrannus

Theocritus: 1, 2, 7, 11, 13

Thucydides: I 1-23, 31-44, 66-88, 118-146, II 34-65, III 35-85, V 26, 84-116, VI 8-23, VII 84-87, VIII 1

Xenophon: Agesilaos

Latin Literature

Apuleius: Metamorphoses I, IV 28–VI 24

Augustus: Res Gestae

Caesar: Bellum Gallicum I, Bellum Civile III

Catullus: all

Cicero: In Catilinam 1-4; Pro Archia; Pro Caelio; Philippics 1, 7, 14; Somnium Scipionis; De Officiis I 1-60; Brutus; letters, as in D. R. Shackleton Bailey's Select Letters

Ennius: all fragments

Horace: Odes, Epodes, Satires I, Epistles I, II 1

Juvenal: 1-5, 10

Livy: I, VI, XXI, XXXIII

Lucan: I


Lucretius: I, III, IV 1058-1287, V 772-1457, VI 1138-1286

Martial: I

Ovid: Amores I, Fasti IV, Heroides I, VII, Metamorphoses I, VIII, X, XV 745-879, Tristia I

Persius: 1

Petronius: Satyrica 26.7-78.8

Plautus: Amphitruo, Menaechmi

Pliny: Epistulae I 1, 20, II 1, III 5, 6, 16, 19, 21, IV 14, V 8, VI 16, 20, VII 24, 33, VIII 8, IX 33, 36, X 61, 62, 96, 97

Propertius: I, II 1, 8, 10, 12, 13B, 15, 26A, 34, III 1-5, IV 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11

Quintilian: X 1

Sallust: Catiline

Seneca: Medea, Epistulae Morales 7, 12, 47, 51, 56, 86, 88, 114, 122

Seneca (Rhetor): Controversiae I 2, Suasoriae VI

Statius: Silvae I 1, II 2, 7, IV 6, Thebaid IX

Suetonius: Tiberius

Tacitus: Agricola, Dialogus, Histories I, Annals I, IV, XIV

Terence: Eunuchus, Adelphoe

Tibullus: I, II

Virgil: Eclogues, Georgics, Aeneid





HAROLD BLOOM, EL CANON OCCIDENTAL

by Harold Bloom

http://www.interleaves.org/~rteeter/grtbloom.html .
A. The Theocratic Age

"Since the literary canon is at issue here, I include only those religious, philosophical, historical, and scientific writings that are themselves of great aesthetic interest. I would think that, of all the books that are in this first list, once the reader is conversant with the Bible, Homer, Plato, the Athenian dramatists, and Virgil, the crucial work is the Koran....

"I have included some Sanskrit works, scriptures and fundamental literary texts, because of their influence on the Western canon. The immense wealth of ancient Chinese literature is mostly a sphere apart from Western literary tradition and is rarely conveyed adequately in the translations available to us."
(Bloom, p. 531)

The Ancient Near East



Gilgamesh

Egyptian Book of the Dead

Holy Bible (King James Version)

The Apocrypha

Sayings of the Fathers

(Pirke Aboth)

Ancient India (Sanskrit)

Mahabharata

Bhagavad-Gita

Ramayana

The Ancient Greeks

Homer

Iliad

Odyssey

Hesiod


Works and Days

Theogony

Archilochos, Sappho, Alkman

Pindar

Odes

Aeschylus



Oresteia

Seven Against Thebes

Prometheus Bound

Persians

Suppliant Women

Sophocles



Oedipus the King

Oedipus at Colonus

Antigone

Electra

Ajax

Women of Trachis

Philoctetes

Euripides



Cyclops

Heracles

Alcestis

Hecuba

Bacchae

Orestes

Andromache

Medea

Ion

Hippolytus

Helen

Iphigenia at Aulis

Aristophanes



The Birds

The Clouds

The Frogs

Lysistrata

The Knights

The Wasps

The Assemblywomen

Herodotus



The Histories

Thucydides



The Peloponnesian Wars

The Pre-Socratics (Heraclitus, Empedocles)

Plato

Dialogues

Aristotle



Poetics

Ethics

Hellenistic Greeks

Menander

The Girl from Samos

"Longinus"



On the Sublime

Callimachus



Hymns

and Epigrams

Theocritus

Idylls

Plutarch



Lives

Moralia

"Aesop"


Fables

Lucian


Satires

The Romans

Plautus

Pseudolus

The Braggart Soldier

The Rope

Amphitryon

Terence


The Girl from Andros

The Eunuch

The Mother-in-Law

Lucretius



The Way Things Are

Cicero


On the Gods

Horace


Odes

Epistles

Satires

Persius


Satires

Catullus



Attis

and Other Poems

Virgil

Aeneid

Eclogues

Georgics

Lucan


Pharsalia

Ovid


Metamorphoses

The Art of Love

Heroides

Juvenal


Satires

Martial


Epigrams

Seneca


Tragedies

, particularly Medea

and Hercules Furens

Petronius



Satyricon

Apuleius



The Golden Ass

The Middle Ages: Latin, Arabic, and the Vernacular Before Dante

Saint Augustine

City of God

Confessions

The Koran (Al-Qur'an)



The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night

The Poetic Edda

Snorri Sturluson



The Prose Edda

The Nibelungen Lied

Wolfram von Eschenbach



Parzival

Chrétien de Troyes



Yvain: The Knight of the Lion

Beowulf

The Poem of the Cid

Christine de Pisan



The Book of the City of Ladies

Diego de San Pedro



Prison of Love

B. The Aristocratic Age

"It is a span of five hundred years from Dante's Divine Comedy

through Goethe's Faust, Part Two

[1321-1832], an era that gives us a huge body of reading in five major literatures: Italian, Spanish, English, French, and German. In this and in the remaining lists, I sometimes do not mention individual works by a canonical master, and in other instances I attempt to call attention to authors and books that I consider canonical but rather neglected. From this list onward, many good writers who are not quite central are omitted...."
(Bloom, p. 534)

Italy


Dante

The Divine Comedy

The New Life

Petrarch



Lyric Poems

Selections

Giovanni Boccaccio



The Decameron

Matteo Maria Boiardo



Orlando Innamorato

Ludovico Ariosto



Orlando Furioso

Michelangelo Buonarroti



Sonnets and Madrigals

Niccolò Machiavelli



The Prince

The Mandrake, a Comedy

Leonardo da Vinci



Notebooks

Baldassare Castiglione



The Book of the Courtier

Gaspara Stampa



Sonnets

and Madrigals

Giorgio Vasari

Lives of the Painters

Benvenuto Cellini



Autobiography

Torquato Tasso



Jerusalem Delivered

Giordano Bruno



The Expulsion of the Triumphant Beast

Tommaso Campanella



Poems

The City of the Sun

Giambattista Vico



Principles of a New Science

Carlo Goldoni



The Servant of Two Masters

Vittorio Alfieri



Saul

Portugal


Luis de Camoëns

The Lusiads

Antònio Ferreira



Poetry

Spain


Jorge Manrique

Coplas

Fernando de Rojas



La Celestina

Lazarillo de Tormes

Francisco de Quevedo



Visions

Satirical Letter of Censure

Fray Luis de León



Poems

St. John of the Cross



Poems

Luis de Góngora



Sonnets

Soledades

Miguel de Cervantes



Don Quixote

Exemplary Stories

Lope de Vega



La Dorotea

Fuente Ovejuna

Lost in a Mirror

The Knight of Olmedo

Tirso de Molina



The Trickster of Seville

Pedro Calderón de la Barca



Life is a Dream

The Mayor of Zalamea

The Mighty Magician

The Doctor of His Own Honor

Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz



Poems

England and Scotland

Geoffrey Chaucer

The Canterbury Tales

Troilus and Criseyde

Sir Thomas Malory



Le Morte D'Arthur

William Dunbar



Poems

John Skelton



Poems

Sir Thomas More



Utopia

Sir Thomas Wyatt



Poems

Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey



Poems

Sir Philip Sidney



The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia

Astrophel and Stella

An Apology for Poetry

Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke



Poems

Edmund Spenser



The Faerie Queene

The Minor Poems

Sir Walter Ralegh



Poems

Christopher Marlowe



Poems

and Plays

Michael Drayton

Poems

Samuel Daniel



Poems

A Defence of Ryme

Thomas Nashe



The Unfortunate Traveller

Thomas Kyd



The Spanish Tragedy

William Shakespeare



Plays

and Poems

Thomas Campion

Songs

John Donne



Poems

Sermons

Ben Jonson



Poems

Plays

and Masques

Francis Bacon

Essays

Robert Burton



The Anatomy of Melancholy

Sir Thomas Browne



Religio Medici

Hydriotaphia, or Urne-Buriall

The Garden of Cyrus

Thomas Hobbes



Leviathan

Robert Herrick



Poems

Thomas Carew



Poems

Richard Lovelace



Poems

Andrew Marvell



Poems

George Herbert



The Temple

Thomas Traherne



Centuries

Poems

and Thanksgivings

Henry Vaughan

Poetry

John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester



Poems

Richard Crashaw



Poems

Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher



Plays

George Chapman



Comedies, Tragedies, Poems

John Ford



'Tis Pity She's a Whore

John Marston



The Malcontent

John Webster



The White Devil

The Duchess of Malfi

Thomas Middleton and William Rowley



The Changeling

Cyril Tourneur



The Revenger's Tragedy

Philip Massinger



A New Way to Pay Old Debts

John Bunyan



The Pilgrim's Progress

Izaak Walton



The Compleat Angler

John Milton



Paradise Lost

Paradise Regained

Lycidas

Comus

and the Minor Poems



Samson Agonistes

Areopagitica

John Aubrey



Brief Lives

Jeremy Taylor



Holy Dying

Samuel Butler



Hudibras

John Dryden



Poetry and Plays

Critical Essays

Thomas Otway



Venice Preserv'd

William Congreve



The Way of the World

Love for Love

Jonathan Swift



A Tale of a Tub

Gulliver's Travels

Shorter Prose Works

Poems

Sir George Etherege



The Man of Mode

Alexander Pope



Poems

John Gay



The Beggar's Opera

James Boswell



Life of Johnson

Journals

Samuel Johnson



Works

Edward Gibbon



The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

Edmund Burke



A Philosophical Enquiry into...the Sublime and Beautiful

Reflections on the Revolution in France

Maurice Morgann



An Essay on the Dramatic Character of Sir John Falstaff

William Collins



Poems

George Farquhar



The Beaux' Strategem

The Recruiting Officer

William Wycherley



The Country Wife

The Plain Dealer

Christopher Smart



Jubilate Agno

A Song to David

Oliver Goldsmith



The Vicar of Wakefield

She Stoops to Conquer

The Traveller

The Deserted Village

Richard Brinsley Sheridan



The School of Scandal

The Rivals

William Cowper



Poetical Works

George Crabbe



Poetical Works

Daniel Defoe



Moll Flanders

Robinson Crusoe

A Journal of the Plague Year

Samuel Richardson



Clarissa

Pamela

Sir Charles Grandison

Henry Fielding



Joseph Andrews

The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling

Tobias Smollett



The Expedition of Humphry Clinker

The Adventures of Roderick Random

Laurence Sterne



The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman

A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy

Fanny Burney



Evelina

Joseph Addison and Richard Steele



The Spectator

France


Jean Froissart

Chronicles

The Song of Roland

François Villon



Poems

Michel de Montaigne



Essays

François Rabelais



Gargantua and Pantagruel

Marguerite de Navarre



The Heptameron

Joachim Du Bellay



The Regrets

Maurice Scève



Délie

Pierre Ronsard



Odes, Elegies, Sonnets

Philippe de Commynes



Memoirs

Agrippa d'Aubigné



Les Tragiques

Robert Garnier



Mark Antony

The Jewesses

Pierre Corneille



The Cid

Polyeucte

Nicomède

Horace

Cinna

Rodogune

François de La Rochefoucauld



Maxims

Jean de La Fontaine



Fables

Molière


The Misanthrope

Tartuffe

The School for Wives

The Learned Ladies

Don Juan

School for Husbands

Ridiculous Precieuses
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