Saille Posted July 9, 2008 Share Posted July 9, 2008 Let me see if I can explain this clearly: We're covering the Middle Ages this year, and I think we'll get through the Tudors by next summer. For the purposes of this post, I'm differentiating between copywork and narration. We're doing copywork so my son can learn the flow of beautiful language and practice his writing skills, and I prefer that it be primary source material whenever possible, so that he can connect with the feel of the time period we're studying. We've got some passages that reflect our family's religious beliefs already, but we're not Christian, so I'd prefer that any Biblical passages or excerpts from religious poetry be descriptive rather than proselytizing in nature. I found this page on Wikipedia, but haven't gotten to chase down all these resources yet. I wondered if anyone else had been in this position, and whether you had some passages you particularly liked. Would you mind posting them, if so? Thanks so much. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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