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The Aeneid, An Epic of Love
|Title:||The Aeneid, An Epic of Love|
|Issue Date:||May 1967|
|Abstract:||The Aeneid is much more than the story of the founding of Rome. Virgil has depicted a canvas which is personal and suffused with a new sensitivty, a moving narrative. He has, very artistically, woven into the story the underlying theme of love, an atmosphere which pervades all life.|
|Appears in Collections:||Honors Projects for European Languages and Literature|
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