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Catiline as Portrayed by Cicero and Sallust
(Creighton University, 1924-06-11)
The documentary evidence we have of Catiline has "been written chiefly by Sallust, Cicero and Plutarch. The last named mentions him in his lives of Caesar and Cicero.|All of these men have failed to give us a true portrayal ...
Virgil and the Transition from Ancient to Modern Literature
(Creighton University, 1926)
Some writer has said, "If Virgil were the sole remaining monument of the Roman civilization he would he sufficient," Possibly many a reader would contest a statement broad as this; all without exception, however, will agree ...
Latin in the High School
(Creighton University, 1928)
Until very recent years there has been a misconception of the position that Latin holds in the secondary schools. Our critics would have us believe that the study of Latin has suffered a rapid decline in the last twenty ...