Thirty-eight Latin stories: designed to accompany Wheelock's Latin
Bolchazy-Carducci, 1995 - Foreign Language Study - 104 pages
Originally designed as a supplement to the Latin course by F. M. Wheelock, this book is well suited for use in any introductory or review course. All the stories in the book are based on actual Latin literature, with the stories simplified at first and made gradually more complex as the work progresses. Students will learn how classical Latin was really written as they become familiar with the works of the great Latin authors.
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Just what it says... this book gives accurate translations of the stories in "38 Latin Stories". It is useful to a student pursuing studies in Latin on her own. Read full review
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