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CONTENTS Illustrations xx Preface xx Introduction xx Section I. Summary of the Aeneid xx Section II. Playlet: The Many Worlds of Aeneas xx Section III. Reading Latin Poetry xx Section IV. Passages for Comprehension xx Selection 1: Book 1, lines 65¿73 Juno¿s Promise to Aeolus xx Selection 2: Book I, lines 184¿193 Aeneas¿ Provision for His Men after They Escape the Storm xx Selection 3: Book II, lines 687¿704 Signs from the Gods and the Departure from Troy xx Selection 4: Book IV, lines 74¿83 Dido¿s Love for Aeneas xx Selection 5: Book VI, lines 679¿691 Aeneas¿s Visit to Anchises in Elysium xx Selection 6: Book VI, lines 847¿853 Destiny of Rome xx Section V. Carpe Grammaticam Exercises for Passages xx Abbreviations xx Glossary xx ILLUSTRATIONS Fig. 1. Juno visits Aeolus. xx Fig. 2. Aeneas and Achates take in the scenery. xx Fig. 3. Anchises asks a sign from the gods. xx Fig. 4. Dido shows Aeneas the city of Carthage. xx Fig. 5. Aeneas greets Anchises as they meet in Elysium. xx Fig. 6. Aeneas and Anchises view the Future. xx
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Latin language -- Readers -- Poetry.
Latin poetry -- History and criticism.