Item description for Worlds of Roman Women: A Latin Reader (Focus Classical Commentaries) by Ann Raia, Cecelia Luschnig & Judith Lynn Sebesta...
This is a reader on the theme of women in the ancient world for Intermediate Latin students. It contains introductions of each selection, notes, a glossary and an index. A companion website has been designed by the authors to be used in conjunction with the text: http: //www.cnr.edu/home/sas/araia/companion.html
The transition from adapted texts to original language is a difficult one for all beginning language students, but even more so with Latin students. This reader has material that will encourage the shift from decoding words to critical reading for ideas and appreciation of language and style.
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Studio: Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Co.
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.7" Width: 8.42" Height: 0.43" Weight: 1.05 lbs.
Release Date Mar 1, 2005
Publisher Focus Publishing/R. Pullins Co.
ISBN 1585101303 ISBN13 9781585101306
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More About Ann Raia, Cecelia Luschnig & Judith Lynn Sebesta
Ann Raia is Professor Emerita of Classics of The College of New Rochelle.
Cecelia Luschnig is Professor Emerita from the University of Idaho.
Judith Lynn Sebesta is Professor and Chair of the department of History at the University of South Dakota.
Ann Raia has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about Worlds of Roman Women: A Latin Reader (Focus Classical Commentaries)?
Interesting Dec 18, 2008
This is an interesting workbook. I definitely enjoyed some of the selections. However, I think it needed more notes. I often was left with questions about the grammar or syntax that the notes didn't answer. Without good notes, these workbooks are nothing more than reprints of Latin texts that one can find for free at one's school library or online.