Cicero’s Pro Archia is a compelling advocate for the value of literature and of humanities in general. The speech further offers motive for hard work and struggle: the hope of a glorious memory for generations to come. Designed as a companion to Cerutti’s Pro Archia student text and commentary, this volume’s comprehensive diagrams, detailed discussions of nearly every sentence of the speech, and sentence-by-sentence structural analysis provide roadmaps to guide students through the complex structure of Ciceronian periodic sentences. It helps to make Pro Archia accessible and is intended for use by both teachers and students alike. Features: -Introduction, “Reading the Diagrams” -Latin text with same-page and facing --Translation --Notes & Discussion --Latin text in sentence diagrams
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Student: The Pro Archia is a delightful speech delivered by Cicero in defense of A. Licinius Archias, a Greek poet whose eligibility for Roman citizenship was challenged in 62 B.C. It is one of the best literary defenses in literature and the humanities. Cerutti's edition provides a comprehensive treatment of grammatical issues with a keen analysis of the rhetorical devices Cicero wove into the fabric of the oration.
This edition contains the Latin text, running vocabulary, a brief bibliography, and many other features that make it an excellent edition for the intermediate Latin classroom. Companion: Much more than a teacher's edition, this companion is a complete guide to in-depth analysis of the speech and is intended for use by student and teacher alike. Its reader-friendly format gives even the neophyte an understanding of the intricacies of Ciceronian periodic style.
* Introduction, "Reading the Diagrams"
* Latin text with same-page and facing
o Notes & Discussion
o Latin text in sentence diagrams
Steven M. Cerutti received his PhD from Duke University in 1992 and started the classical studies program at East Carolina University. In 1993 he received a Fulbright scholarship and in 1994 taught Archaeology at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome. Cerutti’s publications include three books on Cicero; a popular book on etymology; an introductory textbook on Greek tragedy; numerous articles on Cicero, Roman topography, and numismatics; and book reviews for the American Journal of Archaeology. He currently teaches at East Carolina University.
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Descripción Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 1999. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0865164398
Descripción Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers. PAPERBACK. Estado de conservación: New. 0865164398 New Condition. Nº de ref. de la librería NEW6.0549354