Patterns of Action in the Aeneid: An Interpretation of Vergil's Epic Similes
University of Iowa Press, 1970 - 156 من الصفحات
This book, an attempt to isolate and examine one aspect of Vergil's poetic technique in the Aeneid, is a result of pondering for several years with undergraduates and graduate students Rome's greatest epic. -- Preface.
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