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The Aeneid


Arms and the man I sing...

Audience Grades 9+; used in Classical Conversations communities in Challenge IV
Accessibility Most students will require minimal guidance
Preparation None required
Ease of Use Regular print with a glossary at back. Robert Fitzgerald's line numbers correspond to Heroes of the City of Man.
Author Virgil (Publius Vergilius Maro); translated by Robert Fitzgerald
Page Count 402
Format Perfect bound; paperback
Publication Date 1990

General Description

With imagination and wordsmithing, Virgil created the Aeneid, an epic Latin poem focused on a character from the Iliad, Aeneas. The Aeneid follows Aeneas and his companions as they travel from Troy to Italy, prompt the Punic Wars, and eventually found Rome. Love, duty, leadership, and tragedy are the harmony underneath the poem's melody line.

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