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Always Do the Reading
Great Intro to the Subject
Pretty easy, overall.
This class has to be the most enjoyable one I've taken so far. The material is interesting, the professor is funny and caring, and the number of allusions to classical myths you see in everyday life grows exponentially.
While Classical Greece and Rome are seen as the hearth of many components of modern society, they were still horrible people. They were incredibly misogynistic, had clear distinctions of classes, and tyrannical rulers that used blood relations to the gods to justify their atrocities. But all of that is okay because now we can make horrible jokes about it and laugh at the gods' gruesome punishments for man.
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Advice for students:
Read, go to class, shut up, and don't get noticed. All you have to do is read and pay attention during notes. He gives you everything you need through his lectures (which are not posted online for those wondering). He calls on students randomly to answer his questions. They cover the entire spectrum, so be prepared for anything.