A Virgilian Memoir (2007)
This chapter examines Virgil's epic poem Aeneid. It focuses on the chapters concerning the last night of Troy, Dido, and Aeneas and the Underworld. It analyzes various translations of the Aeneid and suggests that this work contains important Roman virtues born out of the Roman sense of duty and work. It also argues that unlike his contemporaries, Virgil worked teleologically.
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