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history of Roman literature

W. S. Teuffel

history of Roman literature

by W. S. Teuffel

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Published by G. Bell in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Latin literature -- History and criticism.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby W.S. Teuffel. Translated, with the author"s sanction, by Wilhelm Wagner.
    ContributionsWagner, Wilhelm, 1843-1880.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19001233M

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    You can find books based on age level, title, author, or content area, and you can find links to those books I've published literature unit studies for. Spine Books for Ancient History A "Spine book" is a book that is more of an overview. literature, having sketched out a vast plan of Roman history the greater part of which he lived to fulfil. The year of his death is uncertain. Brotier, followed by Arnold, thinks he was prematurely cut off before the close of Trajan's reign, but it is possible he lived somewhat longer, perhaps until A.D.

    [pg 5] HISTORY OF ROMAN LITERATURE, &c. In almost all States, poetical composition has been employed and considerably improved before prose. First, because the imagination expands sooner than reason or judgment; and, secondly, because the early language of nations is best adapted to the purposes of poetry, and to the expression of those feelings and sentiments with which it is conversant. One of the first works of Roman literature was "The Origines," a work written by Marcus Portius Cato in the 2d century. It consists principally of a history of the origin of Rome. and several other cities of Italy. Ennius, a Roman of the same period, introduced a new style .


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