What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
INTRODUCTION THE UNIVERSALITY OF VERGIL
GEOGRAPHICAL AND RURAL
STOICISM AND CALVINISM
2 other sections not shown
Afrikaans agriculture ancient anima Arnold attitude Augustus Boer Calvinism Calvinistic Cato Cato the Younger Christianity Cicero civil Conway creed culture developed Dido divine doctrine dogmatism dream earth Eclogue emphasized Eneas Epicurean Epicurus experience fact farm fate feeling Georgics gods gravitas Greek influence Haarhoff Heitland Homer honour human Ibid imperial interesting Italian Italy jEneas JEneid Jermyn Kuyper labour latifundia Latin Lavinia living Loeb Logos Lucretius Mackail material mind modern moral Nature neas Panaetius Pantheism passage philosophy picture pietas Plato Plut poet political race realized regard religion religious Roman character Roman Empire Roman farmer Roman Stoicism Romanes Lecture Rome says seems Senate Seneca sense slaves soul South Africa speaks spirit Stoic Stoic theory Stoicism tendency things thought tradition Trigardt true Turnus unity universal Vergil Vergilian virtues Voortrekker Warde Fowler whole word Wordsworth world-spirit