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  1. 1000 Jahre Deutsche Literatur (Second Edition)

    Gudrun Clay

    1000 Jahre Deutsche Literatur (Second Edition)

    "1,000 Jahre Deutsche Literatur does a marvelous job of presenting literary texts within their cultural contexts, including an excellent overview of the history of the German Language from Germanic times to the Enlightenment. Professor Clay's writing style is lively and accessible. The accompanying pedagogical exercises reinforce learning of the material, while also affording opportunities for independent thinking and reflection. This newly-revised edition should be a favorite for students and teachers alike."
       –Dennis Mahoney, University of Vermont

  2. A Companion To Plato's Republic

    Nicholas White

    A Companion To Plato's Republic

    A step by step, passage by passage analysis of the complete Republic. White shows how the argument of the book is articulated, the important interconnections among its elements, and the coherent and carefully developed train of though which motivates its complex philosophical reasoning. In his extensive introduction, White describes Plato’s aims, introduces the argument, and discusses the major philosophical and ethical theories embodied in the Republic. He then summarizes each of its ten books and provides substantial explanatory and interpretive notes.

  3. A Debate on Jewish Emancipation and Christian Theology in Old Berlin

    David Friedländer, Friedrich Schleiermacher, Wilhelm Abraham Teller
    Edited and Translated by Richard Crouter and Julie Klassen

    A Debate on Jewish Emancipation and Christian Theology in Old Berlin

    "One of the most fascinating and, indeed, seminal debates in the protracted struggle of German Jewry to gain full citizenship and civic equality. As the translators make clear in their learned and generally lucid Introduction, this debate illuminates the enduring difficulty of modern nation states to establish a civic society that is, if not religiously neutral, at least inclusive. . . . It will surely enter the canon of standard works in the study of modern Jewish history."
         —Paul Mendes-Flohr, Hebrew University

  4. A Dialogue on Personal Identity and Immortality

    John Perry

    A Dialogue on Personal Identity and Immortality

    “Perry’s excellent dialogue makes a complicated topic stimulating and accessible without any sacrifice of scholarly accuracy or thoroughness. Professionals will appreciate the work’s command of the issues and depth of argument, while students will find that it excites interest and imagination.”
         —David M. Rosenthal, CUNY, Lehman College

  5. A Disquisition On Government and Selections from The Discourse

    John Calhoun
    Edited, with Introduction, by C. Gordon Post
    New Foreword by Shannon C. Stimson

    A Disquisition On Government and Selections from The Discourse

    The only student edition of Calhoun’s writings available, this volume offers the Disquisition in its entirety along with two key selections from the Discourse: “Formation of the Federal Period” and “A Plural Executive Proposed.”

  6. A Handbook of Russian Prepositions

    Frank Miller

    A Handbook of Russian Prepositions

    A reference guide in Russian about Russian prepositions with exercises for guided practice.

  7. A Handbook of Russian Verbs

    Frank Miller

    A Handbook of Russian Verbs

    A reference guide in Russian about Russian verbs with exercises for guided practice.

  8. A History of Greek Literature

    Albin Lesky
    Translated by James Willis and Cornelis De Heer

    A History of Greek Literature

    “If the student of Greek literature has room on his shelf for only one volume besides his texts, lexica, and grammar, that book should be Lesky.”
         —Moses Hadas, The Classical World

  9. A History of Philosophy In America, Set of 2 Volumes

    E. Flower & M. G. Murphey

    A History of Philosophy In America, Set of 2 Volumes

    The two volumes that comprise this set may also be purchased separately: please see their individual listings. Volume I: 480 pages. From the Puritans through Transcendentalism. Volume II: 544 pages. From the St. Louis Hegelians through C. I. Lewis and G. H. Mead.

  10. A History of Philosophy In America, Vol. 1 of 2

    E. Flower & M. G. Murphey

    A History of Philosophy In America, Vol. 1 of 2

    This volume is part one of a two-volume set. It may be purchased separately or in conjunction with volume two. Volume 1: From the Puritans through Transcendentalism.

  11. A History of Philosophy In America, Vol. 2 of 2

    E. Flower & M. G. Murphey

    A History of Philosophy In America, Vol. 2 of 2

    This volume is part two of a two-volume set. It may be purchased separately or in conjunction with volume one. Vol. II: From the St. Louis Hegelians through C. I. Lewis. and G. H. Mead.

  12. A Horace Reader

    Henry V. Bender

    A Horace Reader

    Intended for the Latin student with three years of Latin experience who is preparing for the Advanced Placement examination in Latin literature, this text offers a complete and thorough preparation, including an introduction to Horace's life and work, Latin text of 28 poems with facing notes, glossaries on meter and figures of speech, and a complete vocabulary. Each poem is introduced by a brief summary in English.

  13. À la recherche d'un emploi: Business French in a Communicative Context (Edition 1.1)

    Amy L. Hubbell

    À la recherche d'un emploi: Business French in a Communicative Context (Edition 1.1)

    À la recherche d’un emploi: Business French in a Communicative Context is designed to develop students' vocabulary and cultural knowledge in preparation for working in an international environment. Exceeding the need to learn business structures and practices, most students need business communication skills, including advanced cultural competency. To meet these needs, À la recherche d’un emploi uses authentic materials from Québec and France. Communicative exercises are reality based and task oriented, encouraging a student-centered classroom. The numerous activities in the text elicit natural language use, facilitate vocabulary acquisition, and provide students ample opportunities to create relevant and personalized documents in French. In addition to completing viewing activities from feature-length films and online resources, students examine their personal goals and assess their strengths and weaknesses as they develop a job portfolio. À la recherche d’un emploi promotes learning valuable crossover skills that develop students' French-language aptitude, while also preparing them for the job market in their own country. Edition 1.1 includes a number of corrections as well as updates reflecting changes in French business culture. North American Rights Only.

  14. A Letter Concerning Toleration

    John Locke
    Edited by James H. Tully

    A Letter Concerning Toleration

    John Locke's subtle and influential defense of religious toleration as argued in his seminal Letter Concerning Toleration (1685) appears in this edition as introduced by one of our most distinguished political theorists and historians of political thought.

  15. A Midsummer Night's Dream

    William Shakespeare
    Edited by John Ford
    Series Editor James H. Lake

    A Midsummer Night's Dream

    "This edition of A Midsummer Night's Dream is wonderfully lucid and thoughtful, offering supporting material that will appeal to readers from high school students to scholars. The introduction is especially thoughtful, offering, in addition to expected discussions of love, magic and imagination, an exploration of the theatrical history. The bibliography and filmography are both detailed and helpful, and the questions guide students to consider the play from many viewpoints without ever forcing an interpretation onto them."
         —Annalisa Castaldo, Widener University

  16. A More Perfect Ten

    Gary Garrison

    A More Perfect Ten

    A More Perfect Ten is a revision of Gary Garrison's pioneering book on writing and producing the 10-minute play, and it is now the most authoritative book on this emerging play form. The 10-minute play has become a regular feature of theatre companies and festivals from coast to coast, and Garrison has distilled the advice of many of those people who had been instrumental in promoting the ten minute play for the last few years.

  17. A Philosophical Companion To First-Order Logic

    Edited by R. I. G. Hughes

    A Philosophical Companion To First-Order Logic

    This volume of recent writings, some previously unpublished, follows the sequence of a typical intermediate or upper-level logic course and allows teachers to enrich their presentations of formal methods and results with readings on corresponding questions in philosophical logic.

  18. A Pioneer in Yokohama

    C.T. Assendelft de Coningh
    Edited and Translated, with an Introduction, by Martha Chaiklin

    A Pioneer in Yokohama

    "A great read—I couldn’t put it down! A Pioneer in Yokohama truly brings the earliest months of the Japanese treaty port to life. From the brief Japanese 'Gold Rush' to duels and terrorist attacks, from the perils of international commerce to hilarious problems of translation and miscommunication, Dutchman De Coningh’s memoir provides vivid insights into both nineteenth-century trade and Yokohama’s international community. Moreover, the extraordinary sleuth work done by translator Chaiklin to identify even the most preposterous-seeming events and characters adds the spice of historical confirmation to the drama. . . . A great resource for researchers, classrooms, and casual readers alike."
         —Sarah Thal, University of Wisconsin-Madison

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    Plato
    Edited by C. D. C. Reeve

    A Plato Reader

    A Plato Reader offers eight of Plato's best-known works—Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Meno, Phaedo, Symposium, Phaedrus, and Republic—unabridged, expertly introduced and annotated, and in widely admired translations by C. D. C. Reeve, G. M. A. Grube, Alexander Nehamas, and Paul Woodruff.

  20. A Presocratics Reader (Second Edition)

    Edited, with Introduction, by Patricia Curd
    Translations by Richard D. McKirahan and Patricia Curd

    A Presocratics Reader (Second Edition)

    "Curd and McKirahan's A Presocratics Reader is by far the best sourcebook for the Presocratics I've ever used in forty years of teaching ancient philosophy. Pieces I used to have to translate myself, such as the Dissoi Logoi, and Gorgias' Encomium of Helen, are included in the text, in much more skilled translation. The enlarged 2nd edition made a good book better."
         —Samuel C. Wheeler III, University of Connecticut

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    Anthony Weston

    A Rulebook for Arguments (Fourth Edition)

    "This is the ultimate 'how-to' book for anyone who wants to use reasons and evidence in support of conclusions, to be clear instead of confusing, persuasive instead of dogmatic, and better at evaluating the arguments of others.  No one outgrows its forty-five timeless rules, all explained and illustrated with vivid examples.  The fourth edition, even more elegantly organized and concise than before, adds new material on oral presentations and Web sources that everyone needs."
         —Debra Nails, Michigan State University

  22. A Rulebook for Decision Making

    George Pullman

    A Rulebook for Decision Making

    "Pullman offers his readers essential insights into how humans reason and make decisions. Both concise and far-reaching, his work teaches us how to challenge intuitive logic and examine the processes for deliberative reasoning. This text will prove foundational for students in their intellectual journey toward the development of real skills in critical thinking. By pointing to simple yet profound examples, Pullman's text is both readable and provocative as it challenges us to consider the very mechanisms by which we understand our own cognitive biases."
         —Bradley A. Hammer, Department of English and Comparative Literature, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

  23. A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy and Continuation of the Bramine's Journal

    Laurence Sterne
    Edited, with Introduction & Notes, by Melvyn New & W. G. Day

    A Sentimental Journey Through France and Italy and Continuation of the Bramine's Journal

    "Melvyn New's and W. G. Day's edition of Sterne's Sentimental Journey is the single best scholarly edition of that quirky but essential text available for student use.  The notes are meticulous and hugely informative.  The Introduction is lucid and useful, and the supplementary materials, including excerpts from Tristram Shandy and some of Sterne's sermons, provide essential background."
         —John Richetti, Department of English, University of Pennsylvania

  24. A Student Handbook of Greek and English Grammar

    Robert Mondi and Peter L. Corrigan

    A Student Handbook of Greek and English Grammar

    A Student Handbook of Greek and English Grammar offers a student-friendly comparative exposition of English and ancient Greek grammatical principles that will prove a valuable supplement to a wide range of beginning Greek textbooks as well as a handy reference for those continuing on to upper-level courses.

  25. A Student Handbook of Latin and English Grammar

    Peter L. Corrigan and Robert Mondi

    A Student Handbook of Latin and English Grammar

    A Student Handbook of Latin and English Grammar offers a student-friendly comparative exposition of English and Latin grammatical principles that will prove a valuable supplement to a wide range of beginning Latin textbooks as well as a handy reference for those continuing on to upper-level courses.

  26. A Study of Spinoza's Ethics

    Jonathan Bennett

    A Study of Spinoza's Ethics

    “With an astonishing erudition . . . and in a direct no-nonsense style, Bennett expounds, compares, and criticizes Spinoza’s theses. . . . No one can fail to profit from it. Bennett has succeeded in making Spinoza a philosopher of our time.”
         —W. N. A. Klever, Studia Spinoza

  27. A Summary of Philosophy

    Thomas Aquinas
    Translated and Edited, with Introduction and Glossary, by Richard J. Regan

    A Summary of Philosophy

    “Those who want to approach [the Summa Theologiae] in English cannot do better than study Regan’s volume. It will provide them with a solid and reliable basis from which to take their studies of Aquinas further. . . . Regan’s translations are always accurate. . . . And, in producing them, he has managed to deliver texts written in elegant, intelligible, and idiomatic English.”
        —Brian Davies, International Philosophical Quarterly

  28. À Table !

    Becky Brown

    À Table !

    A new edition of À Table ! will be released in June 2017. Click here for more information about the forthcoming 2nd edition.

    "À Table ! provides a lively, intriguing, well-designed and pedagogically sound set of learning materials that bring taste back into the curriculum and put content-based learning on the table."
          —Kathryn Murphy-Judy, Virginia Commonwealth University, in The Modern Language Journal

  29. À Table ! (Second Edition)

    Becky A. Brown

    À Table ! (Second Edition)

    Forthcoming - available for pre-order, pre-orders will ship when the book is released in June 2017.

    Intended for intermediate or advanced students of French, À Table ! The Food Culture of France is a content-based cultural text centered around the cuisine of France and various French-speaking cultures. Organized like a French menu, each chapter includes prose, poetry, film references, and recipes, together with vocabulary, grammar points, and exercises. This second edition of À Table ! features a redesigned full-color interior to reflect the richness and color of French food culture and history. The author has also added questions for reading comprehension and has expanded and rearranged select readings to give the text a more coherent organization. A chronological arrangement of chapters, along with a variety of food-related sources, encourages a comprehensive yet flexible approach to learning French language and its cultural contexts. Course instructors: An updated instructor's manual for the second edition will be available in September, 2017.

  30. A Tale of Two Melons

    Sarah Schneewind

    A Tale of Two Melons

    "Undergraduates will join specialists in enjoying this feast of melons. Schneewind's marvelous little book is at once a primer in some key aspects of China's traditional civilization and history, as well as a case study of an obscurely understood event that took place in 1372, in the reign of Taizu, founder of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). When two melons share a single stalk, and a local grower presents the anomaly to the emperor, the symbolism, the intentions of the giver, the reaction of the recipient, and the meaning of the whole act to observers and later commentators turn out to be anything but straightforward. Divergent interpretations began immediately, and continue to the present day."
         —John Dardess,  University of Kansas

  31. A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge

    George Berkeley
    Edited by Kenneth Winkler

    A Treatise Concerning the Principles of Human Knowledge

    Kenneth Winkler's esteemed edition of Berkeley's Principles is based on the second edition (London, 1734), the last one published in Berkeley's lifetime. Like other members of Hackett's philosophical classics series, it features editorial elements found to be of particular value to students and their teachers: analytical table of contents; chronology of the author's life; selected bibliography; note on the text; glossary; and index.

  32. A True and Exact History of the Island of Barbados

    Richard Ligon
    Edited, with an Introduction, by Karen Ordahl Kupperman

    A True and Exact History of the Island of Barbados

    “Ligon’s True and Exact History of the Island of Barbados is the most significant book-length English text written about the Caribbean in the seventeenth century. [It] allows one to see the contested process behind the making of the Caribbean sugar/African slavery complex. Kupperman is one of the leading scholars of the early modern Atlantic world. . . . I cannot think of any scholar better prepared to write an Introduction that places Ligon, his text, and Barbados in an Atlantic historical context. The Introduction is quite thorough, readable, and accurate; the notes [are] exemplary!”
         —Susan Parrish, University of Michigan

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    Mary Wollstonecraft
    Edited, with an Introduction and Notes, by Philip Barnard and Stephen Shapiro

    A Vindication of the Rights of Woman

    "A thoughtful and useful abridgement of an essential historical, political, and philosophical text. [Barnard and Shapiro] have managed to preserve the tone and arguments of the original while shedding much of the redundancy and lengthy quotations of external sources that can be off-putting and cumbersome for today's readers. The explanatory footnotes added to the text are helpful without being overbearing."
         —Katrin Schultheiss, George Washington University

  34. A Workbook for Arguments: A Complete Course in Critical Thinking (Second Edition)

    David R. Morrow & Anthony Weston

    A Workbook for Arguments: A Complete Course in Critical Thinking (Second Edition)

    A Workbook for Arguments builds on Anthony Weston's A Rulebook for Arguments to provide a complete textbook for a course in critical thinking or informal logic. The second edition adds: updated and improved homework exercises—nearly one third are new—to ensure that the examples continue to resonate with students, increased coverage of scientific reasoning, demonstrating how scientific reasoning dovetails with critical thinking more generally, and two new activities in which students analyze arguments in their original form, as provided in brief selections from the original texts. Companion website for Workbook for Arguments.

  35. Abortion (Third Edition)

    Edited, with Introduction, by Ian Shapiro

    Abortion (Third Edition)

    "Abortion: The Supreme Court Decisions is the essential collection of abortion case decisions for students and scholars.  With comprehensive coverage of both the foundational and the very latest cases, the volume guides the reader through the intricate channels of constituently reasoning around reproductive rights.  Shapiro's new introduction maps the history and implications of abortion jurisprudence with welcome clarity.  No library or personal collection of works on Supreme Court jurisprudence, reproductive rights, or the ethics of abortion policy will be complete without Shapiro's new edition."
         —Lisa Ellis, Texas A&M University

  36. Abortion: A Dialogue

    Selmer Bringsjord

    Abortion: A Dialogue

    Vigorously demonstrating the relevance of reasoning to important moral problems, the participants in this dialogue resist the temptations of strident emotional appeal in an effort to present the most honorable and intellectually sophisticated sides of their arguments. This effort leads them to consideration of ante-bellum slavery, to a comparison of the notions of absolute truth in ethics versus mathematics, and to constructive discussions of genetics, artificial intelligence, euthanasia, personal identity, human sexuality, and Roe v. Wade.

  37. About Love

    Robert C. Solomon

    About Love

    A subtle and distinguished work by a philosopher renowned for his groundbreaking analysis of human emotions, About Love is an engaging study of the phenomenon of modern romantic love. With humor, verve, and wisdom, Robert Solomon reveals the underpinnings and ironies of this most exhilarating and excruciating of human experiences.

  38. Acharnians (Second Edition)

    Aristophanes
    Translated, with Introduction and Notes, by Jeffrey Henderson

    Acharnians (Second Edition)

    "Henderson has a real gift for capturing Aristophanes' voice, and does not hesitate to leap totally over the top, just like his author."
          —New England Classical Journal

  39. Acharnians, Lysistrata, Clouds

    Aristophanes
    Translated, with Introduction and Notes, by Jeffrey Henderson

    Acharnians, Lysistrata, Clouds

    Three of Aristophanes' greatest comedies available in one volume by one of the most important scholars and translators of Greek comedy. Each of these plays is also sold separately, available from Focus in a single play edition.

  40. Achilleid

    Statius
    Translated by Stanley Lombardo
    Introduction by Peter Heslin

    Achilleid

    "One of the most entertaining short narratives of all time, the Achilleid is a stand-alone work of compelling contemporary interest that moves with great rapidity and clarity. Its compact narrative, which encompasses a brutish childhood, an overprotective mother, temporary gender bending, sexual violence, and a final coming to manhood with the promise of future military prowess, may be unparalleled in a single narrative of such brevity. . . . Until now, however, it has been virtually impossible to get a sense of the work if one did not know Latin—recent translations notwithstanding. Stanley Lombardo’s translation of the Achilleid is a dream: it’s sound, enthralling, and will fully engage readers with this enticing, perplexing, at times distressing, but ultimately rewarding work."
        —Marjorie Curry Woods, The University of Texas at Austin

  41. Acting and Living in Discovery

    Carol Rosenfeld

    Acting and Living in Discovery

    "Carol Rosenfeld has a singular gift for discerning and nurturing in her students the live connections that release emotionally charged experience into active and meaningful play. Her book is a bottomless resource for the actor who aspires to that seamless merging of self and character that can make the theatre thrilling. It is hard and vulnerable work that she demands, but she is there with you as a guide, saying 'search here, observe there, sense this, question, question, question, and allow'—If you trust her, you will surprise yourself."
         —Edith Meeks, Executive and Artistic Director, HB Studio

  42. Acts of The Apostles
  43. Addresses to the German Nation

    Johann Gottlieb Fichte
    Translated, with Introduction and Notes, by Isaac Nakhimovsky, Béla Kapossy, and Keith Tribe

    Addresses to the German Nation

    This new edition of the Addresses is designed to make Fichte’s arguments more accessible to English-speaking readers. The clear, readable, and reliable translation is accompanied by a chronology of the events surrounding Fichte’s life, suggestions for further reading, and an index. The groundbreaking introductory essay situates Fichte’s theory of the nation state in the history of modern political thought. It provides historians, political theorists, and other students of nationalism with a fresh perspective for considering the interface between cosmopolitanism and republicanism, patriotism and nationalism.

  44. Aeneid

    Virgil
    Translated by Stanley Lombardo
    Introduction by W. R. Johnson

    Aeneid

    "Crisp, idiomatic, and precise, this is a translation for our era. The list of further reading, grounded in the writings of W.R. Johnson (who also wrote the Introduction) and Michael C. J. Putnam, suggests the context that informs the translation: here, as the translator says in the Preface, you will find an Aeneid that works more in the shadows than in the light. . . . This translation would be excellent for classroom use: not only would it incite fascinating discussions about issues of war and empire, but it also reads well aloud. . . . Together with Johnson's Introduction, this volume offers the Aeneid in terms that will resonate strongly with the general reader of today."
         —Sarah Spence, New England Classical Journal

  45. Aeneid, A Prose Translation

    Vergil
    Edited and Translated by Richard Caldwell

    Aeneid, A Prose Translation

    An exciting prose translation of the epic poem, beautifully illustrated by Merle Mianelli Poulton, with all the right pedagogical apparatus to make reading this important work a joy for any modern college or high school student. The text is complete with notes, introductory essay, glossary, and an appendix detailing the tabulation of the gods.

  46. Aeneid: Book 1

    Vergil
    Edited by Randall T. Ganiban

    Aeneid: Book 1

    "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)

  47. Aeneid: Book 2

    Vergil
    Edited by Randall T. Ganiban

    Aeneid: Book 2

    "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

  48. Aeneid: Book 3

    Vergil
    Edited by Christine Perkell

    Aeneid: Book 3

    "This commentary combines grammatical assistance with analysis of the text in ways which make reading easier and encourage interpretation. It also introduces current debates in Virgilian scholarship clearly and helpfully, and promotes and provides guidance for further reading. Perkell has provided valuable support for those wishing to teach Aeneid 3 at an intermediate level, and I look forward to the other volumes in this series."
         —Anne Rogerson, University of Sydney, in Bryn Mawr Classical Review

  49. Aeneid: Book 4

    Vergil
    Edited by James J. O'Hara

    Aeneid: Book 4

    "The commentary itself is a gem, and students and teachers of Aeneid 4 alike will be very grateful to James O’Hara for the excellent job he has done to balance comments that help with translation and comprehension alongside those that allow students to engage with current scholarly debates about the interpretation of the Aeneid, as well as with Virgil's literary, philosophical and cultural contexts. . . . In conclusion, this is an engaging, learned and extremely useful commentary. It is well-directed to its intended audience of intermediate students but is also a useful resource for more advanced readers, particularly those wanting insight into the current state of scholarship on the Aeneid and significant recent debates about Book 4. It is lucid and well edited, and I highly recommend it."
         —Anne Rogerson, University of Sydney, in Bryn Mawr Classical Review

  50. Aeneid: Book 5

    Vergil
    Edited by Joseph Farrell

    Aeneid: Book 5

    Aeneid: Book 5, 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.

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