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Latin Grammar

Author : Liliane Arnet
ISBN : 1423236513
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Latin is the key that opens the door to many other languages. This 6 page laminated reference guide is designed for quick access, easy review and focus. With the most important aspects of the language pin-pointed by our author and professor. Reviewing this guide often - will boost grades. An inexpensive tool that can go anywhere and help to retrain the brain to tackle many other languages is a must have. 6-page laminated guide includes: Word Order The Latin Alphabet Gender Case System Ordinals Numerals The Roman Calendar Nouns Pronouns Articles Adjectives Comparatives & Superlatives Prepositions Adverbs Verbs Verb Conjugations Constructions

Latin Grammar Latin Translation Phrase And Latin Rules Guide

Author : Alivia Allbus
ISBN : 1633831019
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Who knew that so much information on basic Latin grammar could be packed into only 5 pages? This quick study guide has all the quick and easy help you want for a Latin grammar and it is easy to read. This Latin Grammar guide is a handy study tool that hardly takes up any room in your binder. At arm's reach, you will be able to do a quick review. This concise insert is ideal when needing to memorize or review for a quiz. You can usually find items you are looking for without having to flip through a text book. The chart is very useful in that includes a wealth of grammatical information in a colorful and laminated, durable chart. The chart contains all the declensions for nouns and adjectives as well as all the verb conjugations. In completing exercises and translations the chart makes for a quick and easy way to check word endings and verb forms. The chart also has a great deal more information that is easy to refer to as needed. The chart is only a total of 6 pages (one of which is entirely devoted to verb conjugations) so it is easy to flip through as necessary and find what you need or to double check your work.

Latin Grammar Blokehead Easy Study Guide

Author : Scott Green
ISBN : 9781513017754
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Latin is the language of Ancient Rome. This makes it the father of all modern Roman languages. It is considered a dominant language during the Middle Ages. It is also primarily considered as the language of philosophy, theology, as well as science. Grab The Quick Study Guide now!

Sat Subject Test Latin

Author : Ronald B. Palma
ISBN : 9780738610764
Genre : Study Aids
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Taking the SAT Latin Subject Test? Then REA's SAT Subject Test: Latin Test Prep with Practice Tests on CD is just for you! Written by an experienced Latin teacher, this second edition of our bestselling SAT Subject Test: Latin test prep includes a comprehensive review of covers all language areas appearing on the actual exam including coverage of declensions, conjugations, sentence structure, and more. Each chapter contains numerous examples and practice questions, and tips that help students study smarter and boost their test scores. The book includes two full-length practice tests that replicate the actual exam's question format. Both of the book's practice exams are featured on our TestWare CD with the most powerful scoring and diagnostic tools available today. Automatic scoring and instant reports help you zero in on the topics and types of questions that give you trouble now, so you'll succeed when it counts. Detailed explanations of answers help you identify your strengths and weaknesses. We don't just say which answers are right - we also explain why the other answer choices are incorrect - so you'll be prepared on test day. The book also includes study tips, strategies, and confidence-boosting advice you need for test day. REA's test prep is a must for any high school student taking the SAT Latin Subject Test!

The Dark Side Of Shakespeare

Author : W. Ron Hess
ISBN : 9780595293902
Genre : History
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The "Dark Side of Shakespeare" trilogy by W. Ron Hess has been his 20-year undertaking to try to fill-in many of the gaps in knowledge of Shakespeare's personality and times. The first two volumes investigated wide-ranging topics, including the key intellectual attributes that Shakespeare exhibited in his works, including the social and political events of the 1570s to early-1600s. This was when Hess believes the Bard's works were being "originated" (the earliest phases of artistry, from conception or inspiration to the first of multiple iterations of "writing"). Hess highlights a peculiar fascination that the Bard had with the half-brother of Spain's Philip II, the heroic Don Juan of Austria, or in 1571 "the Victor of Lepanto." From that fascination, as determined by characters based on Don Juan in the plays (e.g., the villain "Don John" in "Much Ado")and other matters, Hess even made so bold as to propose a series of phases from the mid-1570s to mid-80s in which he feels each Shakespeare play had been originated, or some early form of each play then existed -- if not in writing, at least in the Bard's imagination. Thus, the creative process Hess describes is a vastly more protracted on than most Shakespeare scholars would admit to -- the absurd notion that the Bard would jot off the lines of a work in a few days or weeks and then immediately have it performed on the public stage or published shortly thereafter still dominates orthodox dating systems for the canon. Hess draws on the works of many other scholars for using "topical allusions" within each work in order to set practical limits for when the "origination" and subsequent "alterations" of each play occurred. In the trilogy's Volume III, Hess continues to amplify a heroic "knight-errant" personality type that Shakespeare's very "pen-name" may have been drawn from, a type which envied and transcended the brutal chivalry of Don Juan. This was channeled into a patriotic anti-Spanish and pro-British imperial spirit -- particularly with regard to reforming and improving the English language so that it could rival the Greco-Roman, Italian, and Frenchpoetic traditions -- one-upping the best that the greats of antiquity and the Renaissance had achieved in literature. In fact, as vast as the story is that Hess tells in his three volumes, there is a huge volume of material he is making available out of print (on his webpage at http://home.earthlink.net/~beornshall/index.html and via a "Volume IV" that he plans to offer on CD for a nominal cost via his e-mail [email protected]). Among this added material is a searchable 1,000-page Chronological listing of "Everything" that Hess deems relevant to Shakespeare and his age, or to the providing of the canon to modern times. Hess feels that discernable patterns can be detected through that chronology that help to illuminate the roles of others in the Bard's circle, such as Anthony Munday and Thomas Heywood. The network of 16th and 17th century "Stationers" (printers, publishers, and book sellers) and their often curious doings provide many of those patterns. Hess invites his readers to help to continuously update the Chronology and other materials, so that those can remain worthwhile research resources for all to use. For, the mysteries of Shakespeare and his age can only be unraveled through fully understanding the patterns within.

Alexander Hamilton

Author : Ron Chernow
ISBN : 9781786690012
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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ADAPTED INTO THE MAJOR AWARD-WINNING BROADWAY MUSICAL, HAMILTON. Opening in London in November 2017! Alexander Hamilton was an illegitimate, largely self-taught orphan from the Caribbean who overcame all the odds to become George Washington's aide-de-camp and the first Treasury Secretary of the United States. Few figures in American history are more controversial. In this masterful work, Chernow shows how the political and economic power of America today is the result of Hamilton's willingness to champion ideas that were often wildly disputed during his time. He charts his titanic feuds with Jefferson, Adams, Madison, Monroe and Burr;his highly public affair with Maria Reynolds;his loving marriage to his loyal wife Eliza;and the notorious duel with Aaron Burr that led to his death in July 1804. The book was adapted into a hugely successful Broadway musical – winner of 11 Tony awards – which opens at the Victoria Palace Theatre in London in November 2017.

The Mirror Of Antiquity

Author : Caroline Winterer
ISBN : 9781501711558
Genre : History
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In The Mirror of Antiquity, Caroline Winterer uncovers the lost world of American women's classicism during its glory days from the eighteenth through the nineteenth centuries. Overturning the widely held belief that classical learning and political ideals were relevant only to men, she follows the lives of four generations of American women through their diaries, letters, books, needlework, and drawings, demonstrating how classicism was at the center of their experience as mothers, daughters, and wives. Importantly, she pays equal attention to women from the North and from the South, and to the ways that classicism shaped the lives of black women in slavery and freedom. In a strikingly innovative use of both texts and material culture, Winterer exposes the neoclassical world of furnishings, art, and fashion created in part through networks dominated by elite women. Many of these women were at the center of the national experience. Here readers will find Abigail Adams, teaching her children Latin and signing her letters as Portia, the wife of the Roman senator Brutus; the Massachusetts slave Phillis Wheatley, writing poems in imitation of her favorite books, Alexander Pope's Iliad and Odyssey; Dolley Madison, giving advice on Greek taste and style to the U.S. Capitol's architect, Benjamin Latrobe; and the abolitionist and feminist Lydia Maria Child, who showed Americans that modern slavery had its roots in the slave societies of Greece and Rome. Thoroughly embedded in the major ideas and events of the time—the American Revolution, slavery and abolitionism, the rise of a consumer society—this original book is a major contribution to American cultural and intellectual history.

The Publishers Weekly

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ISBN : UCAL:B4171018
Genre : American literature
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Mcbride S Magazine

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Lippincott S Magazine Of Literature Science And Education

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ISBN : OSU:32435051123107
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