Juvenal: Satires I, III, X

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Niall Rudd, E. Courtney
Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 1977 - Foreign Language Study - 91 pages
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This introduction to three of Juvenal's satires aims to
help intermediate high school or college readers understand the meaning
of Juvenal's Latin. Satire I is Juvenal's explanation of why he writes
poetry and satire. Satire III discusses why life in Rome has become
intolerable. Satire X concerns itself with explaining why most prayers
are misguided and, if answered, harmful.
 

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