Thursday, October 24, 2013


Attendance in Class

Morris H. Morgan, "Memoir of George M. Lane," Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 9 (1898) 1-12 (at 11):
[W]e may remember one of Professor Lane's own remarks, made to a student who was not over regular in his attendance at recitations: "Language, Mr. ———, comes from lingua, the tongue; and the Latin language can be learned only from the tongue of the master."

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