Three lectures on liberal education

Cambridge: Folsom, Wells, and Thurston, printers to the University, 1836. First edition, 8vo, pp. 72; removed from binding; light foxing, very good. An argument for the learning of Greek and Latin. Popkin was the second Eliot professor of Greek literature at Harvard and in his memorial, he is cited as not having "great success at drawing students to the classics" on account of his dry manner. AAS and Penn only in OCLC. American Imprints 39666. Item #57458

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