Is it allowed to promote oneself? I have written a study of the Aeneas in Latium legend, in which I argue for the fundamental difference of the Latin hero who was identified with the Greek Aineias, and Aineias himself. It is called GODS OF THE WEST I: INDIGES, and it is available for 18 euros from the Belgian Society for Celtic Studies. http://www.xi.be/sbec-bgks/alle_talen/memoires_index.html

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Subject: Re: VIRGIL: Ohio Girls & Odysseus Comp Q
Date: Fri, 1 Oct 2004 06:15:12 -0400

BG scripsit:
>I suggest Theodore Haecker's "Virgil: Father of the West". There's a good
>chapter there about how Aeneas and Odysseus are quite dissimilar figures.
>Also (the best part) explains (in ecstasy almost) how Aeneas is in fact most
>similar to Abraham, the founder of the faith.
>It's a 1934 book...you'll have to find a used copy, try Alibris.com


Thanx! But 1934??? Wow...........

Bob White


Robert T. White Shaker Heights HS Shaker Heights OH

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