Helps for the Teaching of Caesar: Studies in the Syntax of Caesar's Gallic War
by William F. Little - 1902
In most of the editions of Caesar that are upon the market the syntactical points are treated as occasion demands in the commentaries, but there is no systematic attempt to gather together into groups the prominent features of Caesar's syntactical usage for the purpose either of comparison or summary. And it seems unquestionably true that the majority of the teachers of Caesar are not equipped with the knowledge of the peculiarities of Caesarian usage which would seem to be requisite for proper interpretation of the text.
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