Wednesday, August 21, 2019


Disconnected Units of Twenty or Thirty Lines Each

Evan T. Sage, "Cicero and the Agrarian Proposals of 63 B.C.," Classical Journal 16 (1921) 230-236 (at 230):
In some ways the hardest and most important task of the Latin teacher is to make his students realize that Latin is something more than a series of disconnected units of twenty or thirty lines each, and that in the works of Caesar and Cicero we have historical documents that tell an important, and even an interesting, story.

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