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HUM Summer Reading [Aug. 29th, 2005|12:13 am]
Princeton University Class of 2009

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Okay, let's be honest: how far have people who've applied for the HUM sequence gotten in the summer reading assignment? With less than a week to go (for anyone going on OA/CA), we're getting down to the wire...

I've finished The Iliad and am about halfway through The Odyssey. I haven't really started the Bible yet.
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From: justsade
2005-08-29 12:33 pm (UTC)
working my way through the bible..kjv sucks so much
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[User Picture]From: caecilia
2005-08-29 11:57 pm (UTC)
use NIV...much easier.

http://www.biblegateway.com

^every translation you'll ever need is there.
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From: justsade
2005-08-30 12:09 am (UTC)
but the verson p-ton wants is kjv..i've read all these books before just not the versions they want..
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[User Picture]From: caecilia
2005-08-30 12:20 am (UTC)
That sucks...

It's all pretty much the same stuff, just mad confusing with the thees and thous and such...

I love being an engineer. ;)
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From: justsade
2005-08-30 12:22 am (UTC)
c'ept the crazy parts he just added in and took out..
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From: apollonius
2005-08-29 01:17 pm (UTC)
Forgive me father...I've finished the Iliad, but I still have A LOT of the Bible, including all of reading we have to do in the New Testament, as well as the Odyssey, which I've already read but that was four years ago.
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[User Picture]From: itsredcarpet
2005-08-29 11:17 pm (UTC)
Same here.. the Odyssey was mandatory for my frosh lit class.
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From: tunanfish
2005-09-02 01:49 pm (UTC)
Agreed. I would say that a knowledge of Homer is a little more valuable than a knowledge of the OT, at least in HUM, but die_auslanderin is dead on. Unless you enjoy (*shudder*) reading Kings, stick with Genesis, Exodus, Daniel, and Job -- a knowledge of Job (at least the end of it) is super-important.
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