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Lectures and Essays: Second Series

Lectures and Essays: Second Series

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Lectures and Essays, edited by F. Haverfield, was first published in 1895. It contains the published articles of Henry Nettleship (1839–1893) on Latin literature not included in the collection Lectures and Essays on Subjects Connected with Latin Literature and Scholarship (1885), along with one unpublished essay. The volume begins with a memoir written by Nettleship's wife, focusing on his progressive approach towards educational reform and modernisation. The collection includes essays on contemporary scholars such as the Danish philologist Madvig (1804–1886); the poet Juvenal; the earliest Latin grammarians; literary criticism in antiquity; and on the state of English education in the nineteenth century, including the influential essay 'On the Present Relations between Classical Research and Classical Education in England'. This collection of lectures and essays is a valuable source representing the work of an eminent Victorian scholar and educational reformer who made a lasting contribution to Latin studies.


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ISBN-13: 9781108012461
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 03/28/2010
Series: Cambridge Library Collection - Classics Series
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

Preface; Memoir M. Nettleship; 1. Johan Nicolai Madvig; 2. The original form of the Roman satura; 3. Literary criticism in Latin antiquity; 4. The historical development of classical Latin prose; 5. Life and poems of Juvenal; 6. The study of Latin grammar among the Romans in the first century A.D.; 7. On the present relations between classical research and classical education in England; 8. The moral influence of literature; 9. Classical education in the past and at present; 10. Authority in the sphere of conduct and intellect; 11. The relations between natural science and literature; Bibliography; Index.

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