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Vergil's Aeneid (Approaches to Teaching World Literature
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William S. Anderson is professor emeritus of classics at the University of California, Berkeley. He taught classics and comparative literature at Berkeley, the American Academy in Rome, the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome, and Yale University. He also served as Blegen Research Professor at Vassar College, First Robson Lecturer at Victoria College (Toronto), and research fellow at the University of Melbourne. He is the author of several articles and books on Roman poetry, including the frequently cited The Art of the Aeneid (1967). His most recent book is Why Horace? (Bolchazy, 1999). Lorina N. Quartarone has taught at the University of Washington; Whitman College; and Loyola University, Chicago, and is currently assistant professor of classics and liberal studies at the University of Montana. Her research interests include Vergil and ancient representations of nature.

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"This stimulating and wide-ranging collection of essays is addressed primarily to instructors, some of whom may be non-classically trained, who will be teaching the Aeneid in translation at the undergraduate level, though it [is] valuable to all teachers of the Aeneid at whatever level, whether in Latin or English translation." Bryn Mawr Classical Review


This stimulating and wide-ranging collection of essays is addressed primarily to instructors, some of whom may be non-classically trained, who will be teaching the Aeneid in translation at the undergraduate level, though it [is] valuable to all teachers of the Aeneid at whatever level, whether in Latin or English translation." Bryn Mawr Classical Review

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