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Satires I, III, X

Juvenal ; text, with introduction and notes by Niall Rudd and Edward Courtney

Bristol Classical Press, 1982

2nd ed

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Bibliography: p. 8

Latin text, English introduction and notes

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内容説明

This introduction to three of Juvenal's satires aims to help intermediate high school or college readers understand the meaning of Juvenal's Latin. Satire I is Juvenal's explanation of why he writes poetry and satire. Satire III discusses why life in Rome has become intolerable. Satire X concerns itself with explaining why most prayers are misguided and - if answered - harmful. This edition made accessible, in a concise format, with an introduction and commentary, the three Satires, which are most frequently prescribed at A-level and early university courses. It has been constantly reprinted since it was first published, a measure of its success.

目次

Preface Introduction Bibliography. Satire I Satire III Satire X Notes (Satire I) (Satire III) (Satire X)

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