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Edward Parmalee Morris uses his intimate knowledge of the syntax of Plautus to address the conventions for understanding interrogative constructions in Latin sentences.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-561-2
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Publication Status: In Print

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 299
Publication Date: Aug 13,2009
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 116
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-60724-561-2
$57.00
$34.20

Edward Parmalee Morris was a scholar of Latin literature who published editions of Horace and Plautus. In this article he uses his intimate knowledge of the syntax of Plautus to address the conventions for understanding interrogative constructions in Latin sentences. This most thorough treatment of interrogatives is clearly organized and, despite being quite specialized, is quite understandable to the intermediate student of Latin. This would be particularly useful reading to students engaged in advanced Latin prose composition.

Edward Parmalee Morris was a scholar of Latin literature who published editions of Horace and Plautus. In this article he uses his intimate knowledge of the syntax of Plautus to address the conventions for understanding interrogative constructions in Latin sentences. This most thorough treatment of interrogatives is clearly organized and, despite being quite specialized, is quite understandable to the intermediate student of Latin. This would be particularly useful reading to students engaged in advanced Latin prose composition.

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Edward Morris

  • AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHILOLOGY I - ON THE SENTENCE-QUESTION IN PLAUTUS AND TERENCE: INTRODUCTORY (page 5)
  • II - ON THE SENTENCE-QUESTION IN PLAUTUS AND TERENCE (page 45)
  • II - THE SENTENCE-QUESTION IN PLAUTUS AND TERENCE: G. QUESTIONS WITHOUT A PARTICLE HAVING THE VERB NEAR THE BEGINNING (page 84)