Originally published in 1915 and written by British born Australian academic and Emeritus Professor of Classics in the University of Adelaide, Henry Darnley Naylor, this textbook is aimed at school students as well as undergraduates and provides 'assistance in acquiring Livian style'. Featuring an index for quick reference, this book includes a full explanation of language points and is written for practical use: 'the purpose of this book, as of my Latin and English Idiom, is to encourage detailed comparison of two fine languages'. An earlier publication, Latin and English Idiom in 1909, accompanies this book, in which Naylor provides an introduction to the idiom of the Latin and English language. This book will be of value to scholars of Latin, classics and the history of education.
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- Date Published: September 2016
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781316619919
- length: 230 pages
- dimensions: 178 x 127 x 15 mm
- weight: 0.7kg
- availability: Available
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More Latin and English idiom: an object-lesson from Livy XXXIV 1-8.
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