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Latin Literature in translation

III. LATIN LITERATURE TBA Etruscans to Livius Andronicus and Old Latin lit Preview of Aeneid: Introduction to Virgil, The Aeneid (John Cox) Reading/lecture: Vergil’s Aeneid: A Homeric Dichotomy? (David Dysert) [break] TBA Reading: An introduction to the poetry of Catullus (Poetry Foundation) Reading: Plautus to Terence to Cicero (Sanderson Beck) TBA Remains of Old Latin […]

Greek literature in translation: Aeschylus, Sophocles

← Greek literature in translation: The epic Studium I-II: Greek and Latin Literature in translation. II. Greek literature in translation: The Oresteia Primary Text: Aeschylus: The Oresteia—Agamemnon (I), Libation Bearers (II), Eumenides. You Tube (Part 1) Supplemental: The civic function of Greek drama (BBC Magazine) The ‘Confused Chorus‘ in Agamemnon (pdf) Comment: Historical Context Ancient […]

Protected: Studium: Rhetoric and composition

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Protected: Studium III: Early Medieval and Renaissance Literature in translation.

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Protected: Studium I-II: Greek and Latin Literature in translation.

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Protected: 12 September exercises: ‘Machine text’ vs. edited text

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The Brouzils Seminars and Workshops 2016-17.

The Brouzils Seminars and Workshops – a series of small, unique, highly goal-driven, limited-term residency and mentorship programs intended for serious participants who wish to work in collaboration with accomplished professionals in a pleasant setting well away from the familiar surroundings of everyday life. Every workshop, seminar and mentorship is organized around a specific goal, […]