1957 2 volume set: The Greek Way, and The Echo of Greece by Edith Hamilton

By (author)Edith Hamilton


The Greek Way and The Echo of Greece are two volumes of Greek history books written by Edith Hamilton. Published in 1957 by W. W. Norton & Company Inc, New York, the books are presented in black hardcover with dust jackets. The books are in excellent condition, with minimal wear to the dust jackets and no writing or markings inside.

The Greek Way explores the history of ancient Greece, including its art, literature, and philosophy. Hamilton examines the Greek way of life and its impact on Western civilization. The Echo of Greece, on the other hand, focuses on the legacy of Greece in the modern world. Hamilton discusses the influence of Greek culture on art, literature, and politics.

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The Greek Way, and The Echo of Greece by Edith Hamilton, published by W. W. Norton & Company Inc, New York, 1957. 346 and 224 pages, respectively. Book-of-the-month editions.

Black hardcover volumes. Dust jackets present. Very minimal wear to dust jacket a tiny tear on “Echo” and some minor fading and staining on the backs. The books are almost as good as new! Very tightly bound, clean, with no writing or markings. Deckled fore-edges.

This beautiful set has been cared for very well and will make a wonderful addition to the collection of a Greek history lover!

Weight .98 kg
Dimensions 22 × 15 × 6 cm





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