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Thirty-Eight Latin Stories

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Edition:
5th
ISBN13:

9780865162891

ISBN10:
0865162891
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
12/1/1998
Publisher(s):
Bolchazy Carducci Pub
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Summary

Originally designed as a supplement to the Latin course by F. M. Wheelock, this book is well suited for use in any introductory or review course. All the stories in the book are based on actual Latin literature, with the stories simplified at first and made gradually more complex as the work progresses. Students will learn how classical Latin was really written as they become familiar with the works of the great Latin authors.

Table of Contents

Pandora's Box (Wheelock Chapters 1-3)
2(2)
The Tragic Story of Phaethon (Ch. 4)
4(2)
The Adventures of Io (Ch. 5)
6(2)
The Curse of Atreus (Ch. 6)
8(2)
Cleobis and Biton (Ch. 7)
10(2)
Laocoon and the Trojan Horse (Ch. 8)
12(2)
Nisus and Euryalus (Ch. 9)
14(2)
Aurora and Tithonus (Ch. 10)
16(2)
Ulysses and the Cyclops (Ch. 11)
18(2)
A Gift Bearing Greeks (Ch. 12)
20(2)
Echo and Handsome Narcissus (Ch. 13)
22(2)
Europa and the Bull (Ch. 14)
24(2)
How the Aegean Got Its Name (Ch. 15)
26(2)
The Wrath of Achilles (Ch. 16)
28(2)
The Myrmidons (Ant People) (Ch. 17)
30(2)
A Wedding Invitation (Ch. 18)
32(2)
The Judgment of Paris (Ch. 19)
34(2)
The Labors of Hercules (Ch. 20)
36(2)
The Golden Age Returns (Ch. 21)
38(2)
Cicero Reports His Victory over Catiline (Ch. 22)
40(2)
Watching the Orator at Work (Ch. 23)
42(2)
Caesar's Camp Is Attacked by Belgians (Ch. 24)
44(2)
The Character of Catiline's Followers (Ch. 25)
46(2)
The Virtues of the Orator Cato (Ch. 26)
48(2)
Old Age Is Not a Time for Despair (Ch. 27)
50(2)
Two Love Poems by Catullus (Ch. 28)
52(2)
Quintilian Praises the Oratory of Cicero (Ch. 29)
54(2)
Pliny Writes to His Friends (Ch. 30)
56(2)
Lucretia: Paragon of Virtue (Ch. 31)
58(2)
Virgil Praises the Rustic Life (Ch. 32)
60(2)
The Helvetians Parley with Caesar (Ch. 33)
62(2)
Sallust's View of Human Nature (Ch. 34)
64(2)
A Conversation from Roman Comedy (Ch. 35)
66(2)
A Crisis in Roman Education (Ch. 36)
68(2)
Horace Meets a Boorish Fellow (Ch. 37)
70(2)
Cicero Speaks about the Nature of the Soul (Ch. 38)
72(2)
Cicero Evaluates Two Famous Roman Orators (Ch. 39)
74(2)
Hannibal and the Romans Fight to a Draw (Ch. 40)
76(2)
Glossary 78


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