Saturday, March 12, 2011
Tomlinson: Selections from Latin Authors
Selections from Latin Authors for Sight-Reading by Everett Titsworth Tomlinson (1886)
Contains selections from Caesar's Civil War, the Vulgate, Curtius, Cicero's Letters, the Aeneid, and then anecdotes from various authors which are oddly uncredited. Most of these short passages are in prose, with a few in verse, and they run to over 100 pages, or about half of the book's total length.
See the ANECDOTA blog for the readings from this book digitized and illustrated.