|Reviews for LATIN LITERATURE IS GOD|
| shinco chapter 1 . 2/14/2007
Wow, talk about drama! Unfortunately, I don't understand all of this; I'm not always good at comprehending what I read out of a book, I don't know why! GR! lol But me liked! lol
| Spare Change chapter 2 . 6/17/2006
Bravo! Haha! :D Excellent writing.
| Artemis A chapter 2 . 6/13/2006
See, IU remember the Regulus letter fine, and more of the Ummidia than you, however, I don't particularly find it fun. They are official documents, not literature, like Virgil.
| artemis a chapter 1 . 6/13/2006
I recognise the traces of the old flame
oh you, primeval earth, and you, plotter and conscia of my cares, and you, Hecate, howled for throughout the streets and nocturnal crossroads, and you gods of the dying ellisa, turn to me the divine regard that is owed to my wrongs and hear my prayers, if that infernal head ever come to port, and if the fates of jupiter wish it, ... . . . . suffer the terms of an unjust peace... and may be not enjoy the time he has created, but let him fall before his time unburied in the midst of the sand.
barce went away with the eagerness of an old woman.
And, my favourite phrase:as the setting stars were urging sleep.
I remember tonnes of that too. :P I love Virgil. Pliny I do not enjoy as much, but Virgil is beautiful