Getting started on classical Latin
Getting started on classical Latin

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References

Barker, P. (1993) Latin in our Language, Bristol, Bristol Classical Press.
Dryden, J. (1681) ‘Absalom and Achitophel’, in Kinsley, J. (ed.) The Poems and Fables of John Dryden, Oxford, Oxford University Press (this edition 1970).
The Holy Bible (1952 edn) Revised Standard Version, New York, Glasgow and Toronto, William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd for SPCK.
Johnson, S. (1738) ‘London’, in Rudd, N. (ed.) Johnson’s Juvenal: London and The Vanity of Human Wishes , Bristol, Bristol Classical Press (this edition 1981).
Luke 15: 14−18, Revised standard version of the bible.
Marlowe, C. ( c.1589 or c.1593) Doctor Faustus, Oxford, Oxford University Press (this edition 1995).
Milton, J. (1638) ‘Lycidas’, in Bush, D. (ed.) Milton: Poetical Works, Oxford, Oxford University Press (this edition 1969).
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