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2. Lucretius (c.95-55 BC) Library Of Congress Citations
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Down to Name Citations LC Online Catalog Amazon Search Book Citations [First 20 Records] Author: Lucretius Carus, Titus. Uniform Title: De rerum natura. English Title: The way things are: the De rerum natura of Titus Lucretius Carus. Translated by Rolfe Humphries. Introd. by Burton Feldman. Notes by George K. Strodach. Published: Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1968] Description: 255 p. 25 cm. LC Call No.: PA6483.E5 H8 Dewey No.: 871/.01 Notes: Translation follows the text of the Loeb classical library. Subjects: Didactic poetry, Latin Translations into English. Philosophy, Ancient. Other authors: Humphries, Rolfe, tr. Control No.: 68027349 //r954 Author: Minadeo, Richard. Title: The lyre of science; form and meaning in Lucretius' De rerum natura. Published: Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 1969. Description: 174 p. 24 cm. LC Call No.: PA6484 .M5 Dewey No.: 871/.01 Notes: Bibliographical references included in "Notes" (p. 113-133) Subjects: Lucretius Carus, Titus. De rerum natura. Didactic poetry, Latin History and criticism. Philosophy, Ancient, in literature. Literature and science Rome. Literary form. Control No.: 68028364 //r953

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Texts in Latin or English of Lucretius and related authors A good website devoted to Lucretius on Vroma (by Alison W. Barker; links to all sorts of Lucretius stufftexts, reception, essays etc.) The Philosophy Garden
Lucretius: Text in Latin at the Latin Library (Full Latin text of DRN) DRN in Latin (German website with a summary of DRN in Latin, plus Latin text of the poem) (Contains a [downloadable] translation by W. E. Leonard of the whole DRN)

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Lucretius (Translation of DRN 3, from the Internet Classics Archive)
Lucretius (Selections from the DRN with a brief introduction) Great Books Index - Lucretius (Another link to W. E. Leonard's translation of DRN) De Rerum Natura (Contains an abridged translation of DRN [Rouse and Sisson], plus links to Leonard's trans. and a "humanistic" commentary.) Lucretius' "Pitiful Souls of Men!" (A quote from Lucretius in translation; corresponding lines unspecified) READ CLASSICAL AUTHORS ONLINE (Links to all kinds of Classical Authors online; Trans. of DRN and online article "... Golden Age in Lucretius and Vergil" by Taro Yamashita (1994); also translation of some Epicurus) Titus Lucretius Carus (Lucretius) - A Cow Mourning For Her Calf (Henry S. Salt's 1912 translation of DRN 2.352-366)

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6. Project Gutenberg Author Record
Project Gutenberg Author record. Lucretius, ca 9555 BC. Titles. On The NatureOf Things. To the main listings page. Main Project Gutenberg Web page (online).
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7. Project Gutenberg Bibliographic Record
Project Gutenberg Bibliographic Record. Title On The Nature Of Things.Author Lucretius, ca 9555 BC. Notes. Language English. Other
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Title: On The Nature Of Things
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Language: English Other: De rerum natura; classical poetry Release Date: Jan 1997
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Lucretius, ca 9555 BC. Luo, Guanzhong, ca. 1330-ca.
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and Latin. On The Nature Of Things, 1997. There is no descriptionavailable for this text. Author Lucretius, ca 9555 BC Keywords

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Lowndes, Marie Adelaide Belloc, 18681947; Lucas, EV (Edward Verrall),1868-1938; Lucretius, ca 95-55 BC; Luo, Guanzhong, ca. 1330-ca.

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(ca 95-55 BC) Links to L ucretius Links to Works Major Works Biography Lucretius (94?-55? BC), Roman poet whose great didactic poem in six books, De Rerum Natura On the Nature of Things ), expounds the philosophical materialism of Greek philosophers Democritus and Epicurus De Rerum Natura concerns the primitive life of early human beings and the gradual rise of civilization. Thematic Essay: Roman Political and Social Thought
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of Things), the Epicurean philosopher, Lucretius (9555 BC) wrote She Others fromPlato (427-347 BC) to Columella Polybius (ca 122 BC) indicated that Greek
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