Basil of Caesarea Principal English Translations

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Principal English Translations

(Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism)

*Letters and Select Works of St. Basil (translated by Blomfield Jackson) 1895

**"Address to Young Men on the Right Use of Greek Literature" (Frederick Morgan Padelford) 1902

Ascetic Works of St. Basil (W. K. L. Clarke) 1925

***St. Basil's Letters 4 vols. (Roy J. Deferrari) 1926-34

Ascetical Works (Monica Wagner) 1950

Letters (Agnes Clare Way) 1951-55

Exigetic Homilies (Agnes Clare Way) 1963

Saint Basil on the Value of Greek Literature (Nigel G. Wilson) 1975

*Includes On the Holy Spirit, the Hexaemeron, and the Letters.

**Vol. XV of Yale Studies in English, Essays on the Study and Use of Poetry by Plutarch and Basil the Great, edited by Albert S. Cook.

***Vol. 4 also contains "Address to Young Men on Reading Greek Literature," translated by R. J. Deferrari and M. R. P. McGuire.