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    • Lucretius' imagery; |b a poetic reading of the D̲e̲ R̲e̲r̲u̲m̲ N̲a̲t̲u̲r̲a̲ 

      Sullwold, George John (1957)
      Philosophical and philological matters have often distracted the reader and the scholar from a poetic reading of the Be Rerum Natura. The philosophy and the language present certain problems and these are worth studying, ...
    • Roman declamation 

      McCharles, John Alestair (1930)
      To the student of republican and imperial Rome few studies are more fertile than that of her accomplishments in the field of oratory. Two thousand years lie between our century and the age of Cicero but we ourselves still ...