CLASSICS 202:  INTERMEDIATE LATIN II
Vergil's Aeneid
MEMORIZATION ASSIGNMENT
Phase I, due 16 November 1998  
It is time to look ahead to the memorization assignment as outlined on the syllabus.  Before you start memorizing any text, you must tell me what your text will be.  You may choose any passage of the Aeneid, with the following exceptions: This last rule is in effect because, let me remind you, we will be gathering at the end of the term for a recital, and I want the recital to have a certain breadth.

So:  review (or in some cases preview) the Fitzgerald translation of the Aeneid and identify an 8 to 10 line passage that appeals to you.  Then head down to Scribner library and consult the Latin text on reserve for the actual line numbers.  Report your passage to me by Monday, 16 November, via email.

Don't forget to consult the chart to determine which passages are available.  First-come, first served.
 

BOOK
PASSAGES CLAIMED
2
361-369 (Mitchell) 768-784 (Power)
3
564-74 (Millman)
open
4
160-172 (Newton) 584-93 (Kitlas)
5
90-99 (Fish)
open
6
22-30 (Hohmann) 467-476 (Kosloff)
7
715-23 (Burrill)
open
8
387-94 (Zalman) 685-700 (Ball)
9
525-37 (Kugler)
open
10
464-72 (Olson) 611-620 (Roberts-Fairbanks)
11
599-607 (Gray) 648-658 (Domin)
12
open
n/a