A combined review of Latin prose and poetry studied in the third and fourth years of high school. The book is divided into two sections. The first part (Three Years) deals with Latin prose, and contains a comprehensive review of all the forms and grammatical structures required for a proper understanding of prose authors, particularly Cicero.
The second part of the book (Four Years) deals with poetry in all its aspects, namely poetical forms and structures, versification, figures of speech, etc. There is also a section on the life and works of Vergil and Ovid, a list of familar quotations from the Aeneid, and an outline of the entire twelve books of the Aeneid.
Both parts of the book contain sections on word study and derivation, vocabularies, and guides to the College Board Achievement Test in Latin. Explanations are presented in simple, understandable terms, and are replete with illustrative examples. Exercises of all types are in abundance throughout the book. 340 pp.