This introduction to the finest in Roman oratory emphasizes Cicero's cogency of arguments and develops appreciation of his style.
Robert J. Henle, SJ is a published author with Loyola Press.
Building on the third year readings of Cicero, this fourth-year text uses Cicero and Virgil as examples of Christian humanism.
How to use the Henle Latin Series for instruction.
Teacher's Answer Key to Henle Latin IV
Teacher's Answer Key to Henle Latin II
Teacher's Answer Key to Henle Latin III
The backbone of this second course is intensive language study, including review of the first year plus new materials. Readings from Caesar's Commentaries.
This introduction to the finest in Roman oratory emphasizes Cicero's cogency of arugments and develops appreciation of his style.
Thorough mastery of forms, basic syntax, and simple vocabulary are primary objectives that enable students to handle simple readings and translations.
Designed for student use through all four years of Latin study: Part I introduces forms of nouns, adjectives, adverbs, numerals, pronouns, and verbs; Part II covers syntax.