Contents E-text of J.W. Mackail's Latin Literature
By J. W. Mackail, Sometime Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford
A history of Latin Literature was to have been written for this series of Manuals by the late Professor William Sellar. After his death I was asked, as one of his old pupils, to carry out the work which he had undertaken; and this book is now offered as a last tribute to the memory of my dear friend and master. J. W. M.
II. Comedy: Plautus and Terence.
III. Early Prose: The Satura, or Mixed Mode.
V. Lyric Poetry: Catullus.
VII. Prose of the Ciceronian Age.
III. Propertius and the Elegists.
VI. The Lesser Augustans.
I. The Rome of Nero.
II. The Silver Age.
IV. Juvenal, The Younger Pliny, Suetonius: Decay of Classical Latin.
V. The Elocutio Novella.
VI. Early Latin Christianity.
VII. The Fourth Century.
VIII. The Beginnings of the Middle Ages.