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This intermediate course will be a continuation of the Latin course offered last term. Having taken high school or college Latin would also be an acceptable prerequisite to this class. Basic grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation will be covered. The text will present simplified versions of stories from Ovid’s “Metamorphoses.”
Book: Latin via Ovid, A First Course. 2nd Edition, Norma Goldman and Jacob E. Nyenhuis. 1977, Wayne State University Press. ISBN 0-8143-1732-4. Available online through Amazon or Barnes & Noble. Locally, Books-A-Million can order it – delivery is usually within a week.
Bill Moore received a BS in Electrical Engineering, BA in English from Texas A&M, and PhD in Experimental Psychology at the University of Houston. He has worked in a variety of settings, including NASA, private industry, and academia. The latter includes post-doctoral work at Duke, and posts at MTSU, Drake Univ., and Marshall. He retired from active teaching several years ago, and has been doing some online courses since. While at Marshall he was fortunate enough to take two years of Latin from two excellent teachers.
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