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And now we come to the point where the taking of Constantinople and the fall of the Greek Empire touches our literature.
The city was full of scholars who knew, and loved, and studied the Greek authors.
48} I give the usual translation, but I do not believe the Greek will warrant it.
The Greek word "apeiros" means "inexperienced," "ignorant.
But you may read those stories without knowing Greek.
Oh yes," said Philip; "lots of them, besides the Greek stories.
The Greek doctrine that the essence of the state consists in community of purpose is the counterpart of the notion often held in modern times that the essence of the state is force.
His definition of citizen includes only a small part of the population of any Greek city.
While Greek was speaking so powerfully to the cultivated class, other forces were contributing to revolutionize life as a whole and all men's outlook upon it.
The name, which is Greek, means No-Place, and the book is one of the most famous of that series of attempts to outline an imaginary ideal condition of society which begins with Plato's 'Republic' and has continued to our own time.
Only to ask a few questions of a Greek gentleman who is visiting us, and to let us have the answers.
Only if I see her married in my presence by a Greek priest whom I know.
Monsieur my brother, doth it please you that I shall explain in good French vernacular that Greek word which is written yonder on the wall?
Even foreigners soon have to come down to the custom of the country, and they do not buy and sell long in Constantinople till they lie and cheat like a Greek.
There were two men in it, and though it was a good mile away, I made out one of them to be Big Alec; and ere the skiff returned to shore I made out enough more to know that the Greek had set his line.