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Aeneid: Book 2

Aeneid: Book 2

Vergil
Edited by Randall T. Ganiban

2008 - 176 pp.
Imprint: Focus, Series: The Focus Vergil Aeneid Commentaries

Format ISBN Price Qty
Paper 978-1-58510-226-6
$17.95
Examination 978-1-58510-226-6
$3.00

Quick Overview

"His introductory commentary on book II of the Aeneid, designed for students starting from an intermediate knowledge of Latin, offers the essential tools for a full understanding, correct translation, and appropriate interpretation of Vergil’s text."
     —Beatrice Larosa, Università della Calabria, in Bryn Mawr Classical Review

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Aeneid: Book 2, part of the the Focus Vergil Aeneid commentaries series, includes an introduction, Latin-language text, commentary, and other student materials. It is designed for the intermediate Latin-language student in upper division courses teaching the Aeneid in departments of Classics or Latin Language.

 

Reviews:

"His introductory commentary on book II of the Aeneid, designed for students starting from an intermediate knowledge of Latin, offers the essential tools for a full understanding, correct translation, and appropriate interpretation of Vergil’s text."
     —Beatrice Larosa, Università della Calabria, in Bryn Mawr Classical Review


"The new Vergil commentaries from Focus are an exciting resource for almost anyone reading the Aeneid in Latin. . . . The editors recognize that developing core reading skills and involving students in the interpretive questions raised by the poem are not separate objectives. This recognition has resulted in commentaries that enticingly present basic information in a wider setting of observation and enquiry. . . . All in all, the Focus series balances simplicity and subtlety, reminding students at all levels that increasing technical precision and stretching one's interpretive curiosity are—fundamentally—one endeavor."
     —Antonia Syson, Purdue University, in Teaching Classical Languages (CAMWS)

 

About the Authors:

Randall Ganiban (Ph.D. Princeton University) is Professor of Classics at Middlebury College in Vermont, where he has taught since 1996. He specializes in Roman epic and is series editor of commentaries on Vergil's Aeneid for Focus.

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