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         Virgil:     more books (100)
  1. Bad Blood: a Virgil Flowers novel by John Sandford, 2010-09-21
  2. Dark of the Moon (Virgil Flowers) by John Sandford, 2008-09-30
  3. Rough Country (Virgil Flowers) by John Sandford, 2010-09-28
  4. Heat Lightning (Virgil Flowers, No 2) by John Sandford, 2008-09-23
  5. Beatrice and Virgil: A Novel by Yann Martel, 2010-04-13
  6. Virgil's Aeneid (Penguin Classics) by Virgil, 1997-10-01
  7. The Aeneid (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition) [DECKLE EDGE] by Virgil, 2008-01-29
  8. The Aeneid of Virgil: 35th Anniversary Edition by Virgil, 2007-09-03
  9. The Eclogues by Virgil, 2010-05-23
  10. Death of Virgil by Hermann Broch, 1995-01-15
  11. The Aeneid Of Virgil (1914) by Virgil, 2010-02-17
  12. Eclogues. Georgics. Aeneid: Books 1-6 (Loeb Classical Library) by Virgil, 1916-01-01
  13. Georgics (Oxford World's Classics) by Virgil, 2009-04-15
  14. The Aeneid English by Virgil, 2010-03-15

1. The Internet Classics Archive | The Aeneid By Virgil
Read the epic journey, written in 19 BCE and translated by John Dryden. Access 12 sections, commentary, and reader recommendations. The Aeneid. By virgil. Written 19 B.C.E


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The Aeneid
By Virgil
Written 19 B.C.E
Translated by John Dryden The Aeneid has been divided into the following sections:
Book I
Book II Book III Book IV ... Book XII Commentary: Quite a few comments have been posted about The Aeneid Read them or add your own Reader Recommendations: Recommend a Web site you feel is appropriate to this work, list recommended Web sites , or visit a random recommended Web site Download: A 606k text-only version is available for download

2. Latin Poetry - Virgil
Includes an excerpt from the Georgics and from the Aeneid, the latter heavily annotated.
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4. Virgil Biography Pictures Portrait Books Online Forum
Includes The Bucolics and Ecloges , The Aeneid , and The Georgics .
Forum pictures biography and Virgil books online: The Aeneid, The Bucolics and Ecloges, The Georgics
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5. Goode's Web
virgil Goode, US House of Representatives
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6. The Virgil Home Page
World Literature and Criticism Resources for World Literature English 2203 HomeThe virgil Home Page. The Latin text of the above reading. virgil Web Pages.
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A Reading from the Aeneid
  • The Aeneid Eclogues , and ... Georgics Latin texts from the George Mason University Classics Department
  • The Aeneid Translated by John Dryden. From the Internet Classics Archive; includes a discussion bulletin board.
  • The Aeneid Trans. John Dryden, from ILTClassics, Columbia University.
  • The Aeneid Trans. John Dryden, presented by Joel Jaeggli, University of Oregon
  • The Aeneid In Latin and English, with commentaries. An Online Translation Project by David Herman.
  • The Aeneid In Latin; Online Critical Edition with Commentaries. In progress, from The Vergil Project.
  • The Georgics English translation with commentary. From The Internet Classics Archive; includes a discussion bulletin board.
  • The Georgics English translation; from Virginia Tech.
Virgil Web Pages

7. Virgil Thomson - Biography
Biography, key works, articles, review.
Home Composers
Virgil Thomson (1896 - 1989)
updated 3 May 1999
Virgil Thomson, whose centennial we celebrate in 1996, was a many faceted American composer of great originality and a music critic of singular brilliance. Born in Kansas City, Missouri on 25 November 1896, Thomson studied at Harvard. After a prolonged period in Paris where he studied with Nadia Boulanger and met Cocteau, Stravinsky, Satie, and the artists of Les Six, he returned to the United States where he was chief music critic for the New York Herald Tribune. Virgil Thomson composed in almost every genre of music. Utilizing a musical style marked by sharp wit and overt playfulness, Thomson produced a highly original body of work rooted in American speech rhythms and hymnbook harmony. His music was most influenced by Satie's ideals of clarity, simplicity, irony, and humor. Among his most famous works are the operas Four Saints in Three Acts and The Mother of Us All (both with texts by Gertrude Stein with whom he formed a legendary artistic collaboration), scores to The Plow That Broke the Plains and The River (films by Pare Lorentz), and Louisiana Story (film by Robert Flaherty). In addition to his compositions, he was the author of eight books, including an autobiography. Included in his many honors and awards are the Pulitzer Prize, a Brandeis Award, the gold medal for music from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, the National Book Circle Award, the Kennedy Center Honors, the National Music Council Award, and 20 honorary doctorates.

8. Virgil Thomson - Vignettes Of His Life And Times
Biographical and analytical essay by Paul Wittke.
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Virgil Thomson - Vignettes of His Life and Times
updated 19 September 1997 Paul Wittke
Essay Contents
  • Beginnings
  • The Musician
  • The Personality
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  • 9. Virgil's On-line Guide To Fighting Prostate Cancer
    Survivor's comprehensive guide to the resources, support and information about treatment options of Category Health Conditions and Diseases Genitourinary Prostate......Until There is a Cure, We Will Provide the Means to Cope!! Hello, I'm virgilSimons, welcome to my Online Guide to Fighting Prostate Cancer.
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    Foundation Until There is a Cure,
    We Will Provide the Means to Cope!!

    Hello, I'm Virgil Simons, welcome to my On-line Guide to Fighting Prostate Cancer . At the age of 48, after the results of my first PSA test, I was told that I might have prostate cancer. Staring into an abyss that seemed without hope, I questioned - was I going to die of cancer as my mother had?.......what treatments were possible?......could I survive?!
    After a sufficient period of anger, self-pity and general confusion I made a decision - I AM GOING TO LIVE!!!! From that point on it was a matter of whether it would be on my terms or the prostate cancer's. KNOWLEDGE would be the edge to tip the balance to my favor - . But where to look, who to believe Then I saw my computer and the answer was evident and manifest - use this information highway as the road to save my own life.
    In the eight years since that first diagnosis, through to a successful radical prostatectomy and subsequent clean PSA's, access to the Internet provided me with the information, dialogue with health care professionals and other survivors needed to regain control of my life. I became a partner with my doctors in deciding what was the best treatment for me that would be the greatest chance for cure and retention of the quality-of-life I desired!!

    10. Vergil's Home Page
    Links to Vergil sources of all sorts from the Classics Department of the University of Pennsylvania.Category Arts Classical Studies Roman virgil......Links to Vergil sites of all sorts . Quid noui? (last update 4/9/99) OnlineText and Commentary Bibliography Images Discussion Lists Other Vergil Sites.
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    11. Virgil Finlay Biography
    An illustrated biography.
    Virgil Finlay was born July 23, 1914 in Rochester, New York. He was a star athlete in high school who went home after school and wrote poetry and drew pictures. Very little of his poetry ever saw print, but upwards to 2800 drawings and paintings, most printed on cheap pulp paper, made him the most famous fantasy illustrator of mid-twentieth century. (We'll give Frank Frazetta that honor for the last third.) How he ever managed to produce that quantity of quality images is a mind-boggling mystery once his techniques are explored. And how he could stipple. Finlay had discovered science fiction with Amazing Stories in 1927 and horror and fantasy with Weird Tales in 1928. He preferred the later and by 1935 he was confident enough that he could provide better illustrations that he sent six unsolicited drawings to Farnsworth Wright, the editor of Weird Tales pulp. Finlay's stippling ability almost lost him the job as Wright was uncertain that such fine dots would reproduce on the cheap pulp paper. Fortunately a test print proved acceptable. Enough of the detail remained to provide the readers with the rare experience of seeing a new artistic genius explode fully developed onto the scene. He had four illustrations in that issue. It was December of 1935. Finlay was 21. December 1935 Weird Tales Finlay's work was an immediate hit with the readers and the writers. Readers wrote in praising the illustrations. H.P. Lovecraft wrote him fan letters and even composed a poem about his art. Finlay was a fan of the genre as well as one of the most talented artists to enter the field. These combined to provide his work with a power and grace unknown in the pulps. The stippling, fine hatching and pebble board were all used in conjunction to give his images a texture and depth beyond anything ever seen in the field. It's hard to show the degree of detail of his drawings here on the web, but if you click on the small image at left you can get a fair idea of the effort he put into his art.

    Colecţie de epigrame, poezii, aforisme, glume şi bancuri.
    un site la puterea 3!

    Publicitate EPIGRAME,CATRENE EPIGRAMATICE EPIGRAME SI CATRENE EPIGRAMATICE Crochiu Asemuire Naivitate Sopteste soata cu dulceata: Intre un prost si un baros Se bate cu pumnu-n piept "-Vino si strange-ma in brate!" E-o mare-asemanare Crezand-minte de satrap!- Gandeste el posomorat: Caci amandoi neindoios Ca-i modul cel mai destept "-Mai bine te strang de gat!" Lovesc la fel de tare. De-a-si vari mintile-n cap! E bine Repros Preferinta E bine totusi sa stii " Vreau adevarul gol-golut!" Unii-n casa tin canari, Unei ispite a-i ceda, Le cere-ntruna Ionut, Altii papagali flecari. Ca nu se stie altadata Si ei,cu multa indignare: Dansu-i dintre cei isteti, De-o mai veni in viata ta! "Vai,cata lipsa de pudoare!" Ca are destui...sticleti!

    13. Dr. Virgil Fry
    A comfortgiving, hopeful resource for those dealing with serious illnes, those who have lost someone, and those who care for them.
    Disrupted: Finding God in Illness and Loss
    Virgil M. Fry
    "Virgil Fry has written a sensitive and helpful book ... useful to chaplains, ministers, counselors and people through fear and disruption. This book will reach a lot of people."
    -Keith Miller, author The Taste of New Wine and Secret Life of the Soul A book gleaned from the bedside of hospital patients. Every reader is invited to enter boldly into the arena we most dread: suffering and loss. In this book of concise, no-fluff articles, God's presence is found in that same arena. A comfort-giving, hopeful resource for those dealing with serious illness, those
    who have lost someone and those who care for them.

    About the Author

    "If you can't have Virgil sit by your bed, speaking words of comfort, hope and hove - buy this book - it's filled with compassion, wisdom, and encouragement."
    -Randy Becton, Minister,Cancer Survivor, Author Everyday Strength and Everyday Comfort "

    14. The Atelier Of Virgil Elliott
    Classical realist figurative art, portraits, landscapes, still life paintings and drawings by contemporary master artist virgil Elliott, Signature Member of the American Society of Portrait Artists.
    Home Portraits Paintings 1 Paintings 2 ...
    An Atelier, in the original usage of the word, is simply the studio of an artist, wherein his (or her) works are created, and in which a small number of promising students receive instruction directly from the Master of the atelier. The paintings and drawings shown here are those of Virgil Elliott, and comprise the largest collection of his artworks currently featured on the web.
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    15. St. Virgil Salzburg: Konferenzzentrum Und Seminarhotel, Bildungshaus Und Hotel
    :: St. Virgil Salzburg - Bildungs- und Konferenzzentrum - Seminarhotel St. Virgil ist ein österreichischer und internationaler Treffpunkt für Konferenzen, Tagungen und Seminare. Architekt Prof. Wilhelm Holzbauer hat inmitten eines herrlichen Parks in der Festspielstadt Salzburg der Bildung ein Haus gebaut. Diese Lage ist das Privileg für einen Konferenz- und Tagungsort. Ein Privileg ist auch der Geist, der über dem Bildungs- und dem Konferenzzentrum steht: Wir bieten Raum für Visionen, Inspiration und Ruhe.
    :: Der Bildhauer als Zeichner Kursprogramm›› Prof. Josef Zenzmaier zum 70. Geburtstag
    Festabend am Dienstag, 11. März, 19.30 Uhr in St. Virgil
    Es spricht: Prälat Prof. Dr. Johannes Neuhardt
    Die Stellung von Josef Zenzmaier im Salzburger Kunstgeschehen
    Das aktuelle Programm finden Sie auch online!
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    16. The Magic Of Virgil - Dream The Magic Alive!
    Learn all about virgil, participate on the discussion board and find links to other magic sites.
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    17. Artist-Virgil C. Stephens Specializing In Western/wildlife Pencil Drawings & Bro
    Pencil drawings, bronze sculptures, and pastels, specializing in americana, western scenes, romantic and children scenes. Originals, prints, and bronzes are all available online.
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    "We Will Prevail"
    II Chronicles 7: 14
    If my people which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
    wet-behind-the-ears kid , being raised on ranches in and around the mountains of Globe, Arizona. As time went on, I got more and more interested in this thing called “art”, and started dabbling in oils and watercolors. Raising a family at that time did not afford me the possibility of taking classes, so I started reading books and studying paintings by famous artists and well known teachers in my spare time, in an effort to teach myself how to create a piece of artwork. After the ump-teenth time of ruining a perfectly good canvas, I eventually wound up with a pencil in my hand. I just couldn’t find any earthly reason to bother with all of those confusing colors. Deer and Elk were plentiful and there was never a shortage of venison in the freezer.

    18. Aelius Donatus, "Life Of Virgil"
    Aelius Donatus Life of virgil tr. David WilsonOkamura But then, a short timeafterward, virgil made his way from Cremona to the city of Milan.
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    Aelius Donatus

    Life of Virgil
    tr. David Wilson-Okamura
    About the author. Aelius Donatus ( fl. 350) was a teacher of grammar and rhetoric. In the middle ages, he was probably best known as the author of a standard textbook; by the fourteenth century, his name had become a synonym for "grammar." With the exception of some fragments preserved in Servius, the vita translated below is all that survives of Donatus' commentary on the poems of Virgilnot to be confused with the Interpretationes attributed to Tiberius Claudius Donatus ( fl
    About the Life of Virgil A commentary on Virgil's poetry follows the Life proper, but breaks off after the Eclogues . Most of the biographical material is generally thought to derive from a lost vita by Suetonius. Donatus in turn became the main source for later biographers, some of whom returned the favor by filling out the text of his Life with interpolations of various kinds.
    About the translation. I have based this translation on the text edited by Jacob Brummer, with major interpolations from Bodleian MS. can. lat. 61 ("sigma" in Brummer's apparatus) marked here by angle brackets, and given in grey. Bold numerals refer to the line numbers in Brummer's text. Citing this translation.

    19. -- Vergil Resources
    Comprehensive resource for the study of this Roman poet. Includes a bibliography, a discussion group, translations, maps, and related links. If you are looking for a onevolume introduction to virgil and virgil scholarship, this is probably the best place to
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    5 March 2003 The fifth edition of "Virgil in Late Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and Renaissance: An Online Bibliography" is now online. Cleaned up links for Julius Caesar and Augustus Caesar pages. The Appendix Vergiliana has now been added to the Virgil search engine Expanded links , including new outlines, course syllabi, and an online reading of the Latin text of Aen Please address comments to David Wilson-Okamura at The Cambridge Companion to Virgil. Available for purchase at Amazon , in Europe at Amazon UK , and at Amazon Canada . Contents: 1. Charles Martindale, Introduction: "The classic of all Europe"; Part 1, TRANSLATION AND RECEPTION: 2. Colin Burrow, "Virgil in English translation; 3. Duncan F. Kennedy, "Modern receptions and their interpretative implications"; 4. R. J. Tarrant, "Aspects of Virgil's reception in Antiquity"; 5. Don Fowler, "The Virgil commentary of Servius"; 6. Colin Burrow, "Virgils, from Dante to Milton"; 7. M. J. H. Liversidge, "Virgil in art"; Part 2, GENRE AND POETIC CAREER: 8. Charles Martindale, "Green politics: the Eclogues "; 9. William Batstone, "Virgilian didaxis: value and meaning in the

    20. - What's New With Virgil?
    Send an Email to virgil NOW! Check out the tour dates for more information! February18th 2003 Vote for virgil in this year's Modern Drummer Reader's Poll!
    Link to Virgil Donati
    March 7th 2003 Last minute CAB lineup changes... Update on CAB's upcoming tour...
    Unfortunately Patrice Rushen won't be playing on keyboards for this leg of the CAB tour. Instead, Steve Weingart will fill in for Patrice. The rehearsals have been going very well already! This lineup is sure not to dissapoint! Check out the tour dates for the final CAB North American gigs! February 26th 2003 Freakhouse album news and gigs... For some of you that want to check out Freakhouse in the upcoming tour dates, make sure to check out their website for more information on how to get FREE tickets to their show at the Gig in Hollywood, CA. Their upcoming release entitled "

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