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L'Enéide (français et latin) by Virgil

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC L'Enéide (français et latin) L En ide est un des plus grands textes de la litt rature mondiale uvre tardive de Virgile L En ide raconte l histoire d En e parti de Troie apr s sa destruction son p riple qui le m ne jusque dans le Latium ce qui conduira la fondation de Rome On peut consid rer que L En ide est une suite de L Iliade un peu comme L Odyss e Avec L En ide Virgile ajoute la grandeur de Rome une dimension litt raire pique qui fait encore fr mir et r ver deux mille ans plus tard Notre dition s appuie sur la traduction de Jacques Delille en vers fran ais que nous avons tr s l g rement modernis e afin d en faciliter la lecture Des titres et des r sum s ont t ajout s ainsi que des notes mythologiques et historiques On passe du texte en fran ais au texte en latin par les balises L et F b Notre dition de L En ide est la premi re dition digne de ce nom l re num rique b

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