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The literature of the ages has been placed within historical context to reveal the panoramic view of world history. Compiled in a home with multiple children of differing ages and ability levels, Timeline of Classics was created to save planning time and research. Classically homeschooling families using a literature-based approach for learning history have proven the worth of this unique reference guide.

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Andrew Pudewa, director of the Institute for Excellence in Writing,
introduces Timeline of Classics

  • Timeline of Classics is a chronological index of classic world literature spanning world history from the times of The Ancients through The Modern World.
  • This “portable timeline” consists of carefully selected classic literature, biographies, plays and films providing a “mental framework” for students and teachers of history and literature.
  • Divided into the four major segments of world history (Ancients, The Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation, and The Modern World), this guide supplements a wide variety of curricula and teaching styles.
  • Arranged in a spreadsheet format, the columns detail: time period/setting, title, author, and approximate ability level for students using a given resource.
  • Mature students are encouraged to mark their own copies for the purposes of selecting good and great books and for assembling a reading list for high school transcripts.
  • Families may easily track their study of history and literature in one central location.

One mom summed it up perfectly: “You could actually organize all of your history and literature studies from elementary through high school using Timeline of Classics as your single guide.”

Welcome to the most-used resource in our schoolroom…our
chronological book list!