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Le lyrisme à Rome.


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Título: Le lyrisme à Rome.

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Presses Universitaires de France, Paris, 1978. 1st ed. 304p. Paperback. Spine with some reading traces. Stamp on half title. Some light, erasable pencil underlinings. (Rare). ?To open this delightful book is to be ushered into the salon of a cultivated and erudite devotee of letters, and there to hear a voice of rare elegance and distinction discoursing on a profoundly interesting and challenging topic, the fortunes of the lyric Muse at Rome. Professor Grimal, whose many contributions to our understanding of Latin literature are well known, has not aimed this volume at the professional scholar. (?) Yet there will be things here that even the professional will be reminded of with surprise. (?) Perhaps the last accomplishment of a great teacher is to leave, like Pericles, a sting in the minds of his hearers, and this essentially civilized and urbane book stands therefore in a long tradition.? (J.K. NEWMAN in The American Journal of Philology, 1979, pp.588-90). From the library of Professor Carl Deroux. Antiquarian. N° de ref. de la librería 46983

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