London : Cambridge, Mass. : Heinemann ; Harvard University Press, 1928.
LibraryThing member HarryMacDonald
Very good for its time, which is said not in trendy preference for the modern but with a recognition of the inevitable -- ahem -- challenges presented to the Victorian Lang by some of the racier lines. Taken in tandem with the Loeb GREEK BUCOLIC POETS, the non-reader of classical Greek can gain a very good sense of what those old fellows were about.
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