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Bradley's Arnold Latin Prose Composition (Latin Language)


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This frequently reprinted volume is the 'sine qua non' for all whowould attempt to write faultless classical Latin Prose. It isimpressively detailed in explaining syntactical nuances, in itsexemplification andin the range of its exercise. Bradley's Arnold remains an essentialsource..

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