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Harvard classics vs great books of the western world

The list below is an overview of the works included in the 51 volume anthology. Individual poems are not listed due to sheer volume; instead the poets are listed. Compared to the Great Books of the Western World series, the Harvard Classics skew more toward poems and historical documents rather than philosophy and science. The Harvard Classics also includes more works outside of western culture for a multicultural flavor. Such works include writings from Buddhism, Islam, and Hinduism. The Harvard Classics set has evolved into several forms over its 100 year history. Below are exterior and interior images highlighting the main features of three popular editions of the Harvard Classics. Marked simply as “The Harvard Classics”, this set (copyright 1980) is one of the finest available, complete with gilded page edges, raised ridges along the spine, gold foil decorations and text on deep red covers and spine, red book ribbon, and easily legible font sizes. Deluxe editions of the Harvard Classics set (here copyright 1937) is slightly less decorative than the newer edition above, but still boasts gold foil coat of arms and text on the front cover and spine upon a very dark green background (sometimes appears black). The “Collector’s Edition” of the Harvard Classics set (here copyright 1980) displays goal foil decorations on the front and back covers and spine, one full page black and white artwork prior to the main text, gilded page edges, a yellow/gold ribbon, and easily readable font. The list below is an overview of the works included in the 51 volume anthology. Individual poems are not listed due to sheer volume; instead the poets are listed. Compared to the Great Books of the Western World series, the Harvard Classics skew more toward poems and historical documents rather than philosophy and science. The Harvard Classics also includes more works outside of western culture for a multicultural flavor. Such works include writings from Buddhism, Islam, and Hinduism. The Harvard Classics set has evolved into several forms over its 100 year history. Below are exterior and interior images highlighting the main features of three popular editions of the Harvard Classics. Marked simply as “The Harvard Classics”, this set (copyright 1980) is one of the finest available, complete with gilded page edges, raised ridges along the spine, gold foil decorations and text on deep red covers and spine, red book ribbon, and easily legible font sizes. Deluxe editions of the Harvard Classics set (here copyright 1937) is slightly less decorative than the newer edition above, but still boasts gold foil coat of arms and text on the front cover and spine upon a very dark green background (sometimes appears black). The “Collector’s Edition” of the Harvard Classics set (here copyright 1980) displays goal foil decorations on the front and back covers and spine, one full page black and white artwork prior to the main text, gilded page edges, a yellow/gold ribbon, and easily readable font.

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