Parsed Vergil: Completely Scanned-Parsed Vergil's Aeneid Book I (2020)

Parsed Vergil Completely Scanned Parsed Vergil s Aeneid Book I Latin text with Latin English vocabulary and notes in English
  • Title: Parsed Vergil: Completely Scanned-Parsed Vergil's Aeneid Book I
  • Author: Virgil Archibald A. Maclardy
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • Parsed Vergil: Completely Scanned-Parsed Vergil's Aeneid Book I
    Latin text, with Latin English vocabulary and notes in English.
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    One Reply to “Parsed Vergil: Completely Scanned-Parsed Vergil's Aeneid Book I”

    1. Incredibly useful both for teachers and students of Vergil I obtained an original hardbound copy in some used book store ages ago pre internet era and freaked the moment I saw it What could be useful than a book that parses every single word of Aeneid Book 1 All sorts of curiosities, delicious little tidbits of philological learning, are sprinkled liberally throughout.Vergil is notorious for his ambiguity sometimes, for example, it is nearly impossible to pin down the nature of a particular abl [...]

    2. Excellent commentary really good on how Virgil parallels deviates from Homer, as well as peculiarities of his poetic language.

    3. Vergil is the supreme author in Latin To read him requires a serious commitment and a lot of determination, but the effort is well worth it His poetry is sensuously beautiful every page is filled with vivid, richly figurative language and strikingly poetic expressions that are unrivaled in their originality and power He is an author of immeasurable sophistication his narrative genius is immediately apparent even to the most immature reader like me when I first encountered him in college Vergil t [...]

    4. Not being a fan of long narrative poetry, it took me two years to read this book, but I m glad I plodded through The epic tale was worth it Set after the fall of Troy and probably best read after The Iliad and The Odyssey , The Aeneid follows the legendary journey of a band of surviving Trojans led by their heroic king, Aeneas, to find and settle in Italy a kingdom that is foretold to one day be the great city of Rome There is plenty of drama tragic love, murder, intrigue, visits to the creepy u [...]

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