A History of Latin Literature
Columbia University Press, 1952 - 474페이지
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Review: A History of Latin Literature사용자 리뷰 - Goodreads
Couldn't really get into this. Though I likely just picked it up to peruse the timeline of who was writing what when. I like that stuff.
Review: A History of Latin Literature사용자 리뷰 - Elliot - Goodreads
A History of Latin Literature is certainly the most hilarious of the Certamen sources. Hadas writes in a style reminiscent of a different age of scholarship -- one where it was acceptable to begin a ... 전체 리뷰 읽기
THE NATURE OF LATIN LITERATURE
COMEDY AND SATIRE
LUCRETIUS AND CATULLUS
CAESAR SALLUST AND OTHERS
LEARNING AND LETTERS IN THE FIRST CENTURY
TACITUS AND SUETONIUS
THE AGE OF HADRIAN
THE THIRD CENTURY
PAGANISM AT BAY FOURTHCENTURY PROSE
HUMANIST SURVIVAL IN POETRY
JSTOR: A History of Latin Literature
REVIEWS AND NOTICES OF PUBLICATIONS MOSES HADAS, A HISTORY OF LATIN LITERATURE. New York: Columbia University Press; London: Geoffrey Cumberlege, 1952. ...
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A History of Latin Literature, Moses Hadas, Columbia University Press, New York, 1952. Difficult source for beginning students. ...
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A History of Latin Literature by Moses Hadas - Crowell's Handbook of Latin Literature by Lillian Feder (The information here is copied verbatim although ...
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Title, A history of Latin literature. Author, Hadas, Moses, 1900-1966. Imprint, New York, Columbia University Press, 1952. ...
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M. Hadas, A History of Latin Literature (New York: Columbia University,. 1952) II. 63. jw Duff, A Literary History of Rome, ed. am Duff (3rd ed.; London: ...
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