Vergil's Aeneid and the Roman self : subject and nation in literary discourse /
As the most widely read Roman poem in antiquity, the Aeneid was indelibly burned into the memories of generations of Roman school children. In her new book, Yasmin Syed analyzes the formative influence the poem exerted on its broad audience of educated Romans. Syed analyzes Roman pedagogy and readin...
Ann Arbor :
University of Michigan Press,
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