M. Tulli Ciceronis de Oratore Libri Tres; Liber III

M. Tulli Ciceronis de Oratore Libri Tres; Liber III

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...what T6ttoi or sides argufamous persons and periods.' mentorum are to be employed. The clause 3. locos, ' topics.' 'quibus... ducatur' is a dependent one, 5. longum est: for the indicative explanatory of' partem superiorem.' (which is regular in this phrase) cp. Roby, 22. haec sunt enim tria. These 5 1535 a. words are rightly bracketed by most re me, is put for the mihi, which would cent editors, though Pid. (and also Ham.) be expected, to make the subject of ' ex-attempts to defend them, as bringing into plicare' clear. additional prominence the simplicity of quern ad modum inlustrentur, praesto est, qui omnis docere possit, qui hoc primus in nostros mores induxit, qui maxime auxit, qui solus effecit. Namque ego, Catule, --dicam enim non 122 reverens adsentandi suspicionem--neminem esse oratorem paulo 5 inlustriorem arbitror neque Graecum neque Latinum quern aetas nostra tulerit, quern non et saepe et.diligenter audierim; itaque si quid est in me--quod iam sperare videor, quoniam quidem vos, his ingeniis homines, tantum operae mihi ad audiendum datis--ex eo est, quod nihil quisquam umquam me 10 audiente egit orator, quod non in memoria mea penitus insederit: itaque ego is, qui sum, quantuscumque sum ad iudicandum, omnibus auditis oratoribus, sine ulla dubitatione sic statuo et iudico, neminem omnium tot et tanta, quanta sint in Crasso, habuisse ornamenta dicendi. Quam ob rem, si vos quoque hoc 123 15 idem existimatis, non erit, ut opinor, iniqua partitio, si, cum ego hunc oratorem, quem nunc fingo, ut institui, crearo, aluero, 5. neque Graecum neque Latinum Bakio auctore incl. KP. tuentur ASH. 8. cius ingenii M. 10. orator om. . incl. K. 16. oratorem incl. K. the division adopted by Antonius, as compared with the 'schematism' of the...show more

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  • Paperback | 318 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 572g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236906349
  • 9781236906342