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PREFACEvii
TABLE OF DATESx
CHAPTER I. THE AGE AND THE MAN1
Introduction , p. 1.
----- I. Environment of poet; change in Greek and Roman thought, p. 3.
----- II. Birth; home; education, p. 11.
----- III. The plantation of the veterans , p. 21.
IV. Poetry; the court; friends , p. 24.
----- V. The Georgics; last days, p. 30.
CHAPTER II. LITERATURE: -- 1. LITERARY INFLUENCES38
Macrobius and literary indebtedness , p. 38.
----- I. Relations of Virgil to Homer, p. 43.
----- II. To the Attic drama; Euripides , p. 48.
----- III. To Alexandria , p. 51.
----- IV. To Latin poets; Lucretius, p. 54.
CHAPTER III. LITERATURE: -- 2. CONTEMPORARIES62
Latin poetry and its modes , p. 62.
----- I. Mythology; Propertius and Ovid, p. 66.
----- II. Roman antiquities , p. 70.
----- III. History , p. 72.
----- IV. Panegyric; the Aeneid, p. 75.
CHAPTER IV. LITERATURE: -- 3. THE MYTHS OF AENEAS79
I. Aeneas in the Iliad; the Troad; Strabo , p. 80.
----- II. The Wanderings of Aeneas; Aphrodite, p. 86.
----- III. Rome and Aeneas; Virgil's use of the story, p. 93.
CHAPTER V. THE LAND AND THE NATION: ----- 1. ITALY99
Novelty of appeal to a nation; the unity of Italy , p. 99.
----- I. Scenery; travel; Italian scenery and legends; landscape; birds, p. 102.
----- II. The Italian people , p. 112.
----- III. The Trojans in Italy, p. 115.
CHAPTER VI. THE LAND AND THE NATION: -- 2. ROME118
Virgil and the meaning of Rome , p. 118.
----- I. The city; its beauty; its memories, p. 120.
----- II. Roman history; religion and antiquities; Roman character, p. 124.
----- III. The Roman> Empire; its underlying ideas, and its achievement, p. 132.

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