Trivium Pursuit

Using primary sources whenever practical is a hallmark of classical education

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Review of our book Ancient History from Primary Sources: A Literary Timeline by Cathy Duffy

“Long-time advocates of classical education, the Bluedorns have come up with a way to make classical education less costly in terms of both time and money. Using primary sources whenever practical is a hallmark of classical education, but generally that means many trips to the library, searching for out-of-print books, hunting on the internet, and otherwise going to a good deal of trouble to get the resources. And once you’ve found a resource, what do you do with it? Do you have your child read the entire book? How can you know which parts are valuable and which would be better skipped?…”

Read the rest of the review here.

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