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by Marcus Tullius Cicero


Titus, if I can lift or ease the care That ceaseless burns and rankles in your breast, What guerdon shall be mine?". For I may be permitted to address you, Atticus, in the very verses in which Flamininus is addressed by.

Titus, if I can lift or ease the care That ceaseless burns and rankles in your breast, What guerdon shall be mine?". "That man so rich in probity, not gold,". although I feel assured that it is by no means true, as of Flamininus, that.

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Cicero, Marcus Tullius; Allen, Joseph Henry, 1820-1898; Allen, William Francis, 1830-1889; Greenough, J. B. (James Bradstreet), 1833-1901. Boston, Ginn Brothers.

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Cato Maior de Senectute (Cato the Elder on Old Age) is an essay written by Cicero in 44 BC on the subject of aging and death. The Latin title of the piece is Cato Maior de Senectute. It was written by Cicero in his sixty-third year, and is addressed to his friend Atticus.

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Book by Marcus Tullius Cicero, book 5, section 15, reported in "Cicero on the Art of Growing Old", book by. .Marcus Tullius Cicero, Clinton Walker Keyes (1992). Cicero in Twenty-eight Volumes: Cato Maior de Senectute.

Book by Marcus Tullius Cicero, book 5, section 15, reported in "Cicero on the Art of Growing Old", book by Herbert N. Couch (1959), p. 21.

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ISBN13: 978-0559607066

ISBN: 0559607067

Author: Marcus Tullius Cicero

Category: Bio and Memoris

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Language: English

Publisher: BiblioLife (November 2, 2008)

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This edition of Cicero's De Senectute will probably suite the needs of most intermediate students (whether undergraduates or those studying on their own). It offers help with most of the difficult grammatical constructions, and has a pretty good (though not great) vocabulary at the end. Students who have only used commentaries published in the past twenty years or so (such as Steven Cerutti's pro Archia) will surely find far less help with the grammar and syntax than they are used to. Essentially only really difficult or unusual constructions are addresses. Also, the notes *never* give lexical help, no matter how unusual the word (on the assumption that the student can look it up in the glossary). The many references in the text to middle Republican figures are all glossed (though annoyingly only on the first mention and thereafter references with "see p...).

You may want to be aware that Bennett was from a generation of scholars who did not look upon Cicero so favorably (to paraphrase a contemporary of his, Cicero was an unprincipled opportunist, a mere rhetorician, and a shabby journalist!). As such Bennett takes every opportunity to point out the flaws or inconsistencies in Cicero's prose, and almost never points out the (many) instances where his prose is carefully constructed, harmonious, and balanced. This can get wearisome after the first dozen or so times!

All this said, this commentary should suit the needs of most students. Don't expect an abundance of help, but it should be enough to get you through. Since this is an offprint of a 1922 book (New Cicero by Charles Bennett) there are many inexpensive used editions available as well.
Mitars Riders
This edition of Cicero's De Senectute will probably suite the needs of most intermediate students (whether undergraduates or those studying on their own). It offers help with most of the difficult grammatical constructions, and has a pretty good (though not great) vocabulary at the end. Students who have only used commentaries published in the past twenty years or so (such as Steven Cerutti's pro Archia) will surely find far less help with the grammar and syntax than they are used to. Essentially only really difficult or unusual constructions are addresses. Also, the notes *never* give lexical help, no matter how unusual the word (on the assumption that the student can look it up in the glossary). The many references in the text to middle Republican figures are all glossed (though annoyingly only on the first mention and thereafter references with "see p...).

You may want to be aware that Bennett was from a generation of scholars who did not look upon Cicero so favorably (to paraphrase a contemporary of his, Cicero was an unprincipled opportunist, a mere rhetorician, and a shabby journalist!). As such Bennett takes every opportunity to point out the flaws or inconsistencies in Cicero's prose, and almost never points out the (many) instances where his prose is carefully constructed, harmonious, and balanced. This can get wearisome after the first dozen or so times!

All this said, this commentary should suit the needs of most students. Don't expect an abundance of help, but it should be enough to get you through. Since this is an offprint of a 1922 book (New Cicero by Charles Bennett) there are many inexpensive used editions available as well.
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