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Copyright infringement liabili^ can be quite severe. PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO AND FRANK J. % r ^'^/r, K^ COUEGC JUL IS 1910 Copyright, 1892, by Ax MERic AN Book Company. The plan of the studies is inductive throughout, following, as closely as possible, the plan of the earlier books of this series. This account, as presented in the second study, with a complete genealogical table so far as Vergil's mention is concerned, will be found helpful to the student. (b) Notes for the study of especial themes as developed by Vergil himself, by means of cross-references to different parts of the text, to which are often added references to other writers. A careful study of these cannot fail to give the student not only a more thorough understanding and appreciation of Vergil's text, but also an introduction to much that is best in the world's classical literature.
About Google Book Search Google's mission is to organize the world's information and to make it universally accessible and useful. Although references to the * best Grammars of the day are given in the Inductive Studies for \ purposes of verification, the chief grammatical study on the text is conducted by means of references to these studies themselves. It is suggested that, at the beginning of the course, each member of the class be assigned one of these topics, upon which,' as the reading advances, to collect material to be presented in the form of an essay at the end of the course. Examples of these groupings are the studies of the consecrations of arms (I. In these quotations, translations of all foreign languages except Latin have been employed, and the references by book and line are to these translations.
Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. This plan gives the student his grammar, notes, and lexicon, all in one volume. Material for the literary study of Vergil is supplied by the following special features : — 1. This does not claim to be a life of Vergil, but aims, by presenting the salient facts, to lead the student to further investigation by means of the numerous references to different writers which are supplied him. The translators of the more frequently quoted authors are Bryant (Homer), Longfellow (Dante), Rose (Ariosto), and Wiffen (Tasso).
You can search through the full text of this book on the web at | //books .google .com/I r HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY \- VERGIL- ( Raphael.) o SIX BOOKS OF THE AENEID OF VERGl Art thou that Vergil then, the mighty spring Who form'st of language that majestic stream ? Let it avail me that with love extreme And zeal unwearied, I have searched thy book: Thou my choice author art and master, thou. The text has been made up by a careful comparison of the editions of Conington and other commentators ; much reliance has also been placed upon Brambach's decisions as to the best spelling of Latin words. A carefully constructed map presents all the places men- tioned by Vergil,' and shows by a clearly defined line the course of Aeneas from Troy to his final landing in Italy. GENERAL INTRODUCTION: page Bibliography of Vergil 1 List of Topics for Investigation 10 Testimonia de Vergilio 11 Inductive Studies 13 1.
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+ Refrain fivm automated querying Do not send automated queries of any sort to Google's system: If you are conducting research on machine translation, optical character recognition or other areas where access to a large amount of text is helpful, please contact us. 6i a text-book on Vergil should be twofold : to presei;it the facts in the Latinity of the author in as suggestive and Jtciessible a form as possible ; and to afford stimulus and material for the study of the poet from a literary point of view. Figures of Speech 67 SIX BOOKS OF THE AENEID WITH NOTES: Book 1 77 Book II 131 Book III .179 Book IV 221 Book V - 259 Book VI 297 VOCABULARY 345 WORD LIST ^^^ X LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS.