LATN 107. Horace

Students can sign up for 107A for one credit, or 107 A and B for two credits. Students taking the course for one credit will read selected odes and epodes of Horace; these are short poems amenable to secondary reading, extended discussion, and short interpretative essays.  Students taking the course for two credits will also read satires of Horace in Latin and the Ars Poetica, Horace's influential work of literary criticism; one credit students will read these poems in English. Latin 107A is appropriate for advanced Latin students, but also at the intermediate level, i.e., those with at least one semester of college or four years of Latin in high school; it will include grammar review and vocabulary acquisition.
Writing course (Section A)
1 or 2 credits.
Fall 2020. Turpin.
Catalog chapter: Classics  
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