Geschichte der römischen Literatur (eBook, PDF) - von Albrecht, Michael
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This volume, which has now been published in eight languages, provides an overview of all Latin literature, from its beginnings to Boethius. 'Literature' is understood in the ancient sense, that is it also includes rhetoric, history, philosophy and specialised sciences. Particular attention is paid to the continued influence of Latin literature up until the present day.


Michael von Albrecht , Universität Heidelberg.
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This volume, which has now been published in eight languages, provides an overview of all Latin literature, from its beginnings to Boethius. 'Literature' is understood in the ancient sense, that is it also includes rhetoric, history, philosophy and specialised sciences. Particular attention is paid to the continued influence of Latin literature up until the present day.





Michael von Albrecht, Universität Heidelberg.


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Michael von Albrecht, Universität Heidelberg.

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"In short, von Albrecht remains a valuable reference work, especially for graduate students seeking an orientation and key bibliography for an author or genre in Roman literature; his treatment of influence (Fortwirken) will be of use to anyone tracing each author's impact on later European literature and culture."
Fred W. Jenkins in: www.bmcreview.org 2017