Excerpt from The Aeneid of Virgil: Translated Into English Verse
Strikes a note which all the poets of the Renaissance were to echo. They praised Homer, but imitated Virgil; and in the matchless version of Annibale Caro (1581) the Eneid became and has remained an Italian clas... sic. All the Latin races honor Virgil as their own.
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