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Unformatted text preview: Augusteid b. Roman Odyssey-Iliad c. a complex epic about a complex subject; inversion of traditional heroism: Aeneas' first appearance (pp. 6-7) d. the Roman aspect: social responsibility ( pietas ) III. The Aeneid as a product of its times: achievement and its cost Key line: "So hard and huge a task it was to found the Roman people (1.49; p. 4) short translation: "No pain, no gain." a. the ideal of Venus and Jupiter's prophecy (pp. 11-14); Antenor armaque fixit Troia, nunc placida compostus pace quiescit (lines 248-49 in LATIN! = lines 337-38 in transl.) b. the end of the epic (p. 402); Turnus c. death of the young: Marcellus in Book 6 (pp. 190-91); also (for you to look at): Nisus and Euryalus in Book 9 (pp. 265-76); Pallas (pp. 309-12), Lausus and Mezentius (pp. 323-25) in Book 10...
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course ENG ENG2101 taught by Professor Daveshaaw during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.
- Fall '10
- The Aeneid, Aeneas, Pallas, Augustus, Diana, Nisus