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LATN 6500

Latin Poetry Survey
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The development of Latin poetry from the earliest examples through the fourth century CE. Epic, lyric poetry, elegy, tragedy, comedy, satire, epigram, and didactic poetry will be read and discussed. The literary selections will be read in Latin.

Graduate student standing or permission of department
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