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A history of Latin literature.


New York, Columbia University Press, 1952.
ISBN 9780231018487, 0231018487

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Subjects Geschichte.
Intellectual life.
Klassieke oudheid.
Latein.
Latijn.
Latin literature -- History and criticism.
Latin literature.
Letterkunde.
Literatur.
Literature.
Rome (Empire)
Rome -- In literature.
Rome -- Intellectual life.
Description viii, 474 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1952.
Notes "Bibliographical notes": pages 447-459.
Contents The nature of Latin literature -- The beginnings -- Comedy and satire -- Pre-Ciceronian prose -- Lucretius and Catullus -- Caesar, Sallust, and others -- Cicero -- Virgil -- Horace -- Tibullus and Propertius -- Ovid -- Livy and others -- Seneca -- Silver epic -- Satire -- Learning and letters in the first century -- Tacitus and Suetonius -- The age of Hadrian -- The third century -- Paganism at bay: fourth-century prose -- Humanist survival in poetry -- The writers of Christianity.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Geographic Area Europe
Africa, North
Middle East
Network Numbers (OCoLC)310057
(OCoLC)ocm00310057
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Hadas, Moses, 1900-1966.
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