Aeneid, Book 4
This poem is the story of the hero Aeneas as he flees from Troy, and after many ordeals and suffering carves out a foothold for the future Romans in Italy. While defining and celebrating what it meant to be Roman, it confronts, with a bleak pathos, the tragedy involved in the destiny of Rome.
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Review: The AeneidUser Review - Jeff - Goodreads
The Aeneid is Virgil's classic about the travels, battles, and adventures of Aeneas, the hero of this epic. From the Trojan war, to the cyclops, to the kingdom of the dead, to Mount Olympus, to the ... Read full review
Review: The AeneidUser Review - Kathryn - Goodreads
Oh, now I don't know who I side with! So good! Gore is totes educational. Damn you immortal Gods! "To die, tell me, is that the worst we face?" <3 <3 <3 Read full review