I found out I bought the wrong book (shorter version) of the Story of the Middle Ages by Samuel Harding. I did find another online version on the Baldwin Project and on Google plus an audio version, however they all seem different from the one we need to use. So I am totally confused with the required pages to read. Can someone perhaps tell me which chapters these pages are for all the different weeks? That saves me having to buy a new book.
I am also having problem with reconciling the page numbers with the different versions that are online. Even when I check the page numbers of the first few weeks' reading assignments of Unit 1 with the Table of Contents page of Yesterday's Classics online sample (the same book sold by Tapestry), it appears that the pages of required reading skip over chapters. Why not write chapter numbers, when they exist, instead of page numbers in the reading guide?
I have found a version available on Amazon that I can order with points I've acquired so that the cost is FREE to me, but I'm reluctant to do so, because it is a different version. When I compare the Table of Contents of both, they are identical. If I had chapter numbers to use as a reference, it would be so much easier!
Any advice from anyone? I'm a little concerned that the original poster here did not receive a response from over a year ago. I hope someone can shed some light for me soon!
Thanks so much.
Lisa, I'd work from them table of contents or buy the version Tapestry uses.
If this is the same book I remember there are several times when Tapestry jumps around to align the book with their timeline sequence. In my opinion this is a book to buy and save money on a later book. Or be prepared to spend time lining up.