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A New Latin Syntax
The book gives an historical account of the chief Latin constructions in twenty-five chapters arranged in such an order as to make it useful as a progressive revision course in syntax for Advanced Level and University students. The account of each construction is fully documented with examples drawn from the series of authors from Plautus to Tacitus. An attempt has been ma ...more
Paperback, 291 pages
Published December 1st 1987 by Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers
(first published 1959)
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Slow but sure progress through a thorough and deeply engaging book. Who knew that Latin internal accusatives and datives of advantage and disadvantage could be so interesting? Reread the sections on cognate accusatives and Greek Middle Voice. Currently reading about infinitives.