"Teachers of Latin in our colleges ought to be grateful to Dr. H. W. Hayley of Harvard for having provided them with a singularly clear and useful 'Introduction to the Verse of Terence.' In the compass of 25 pages the undergraduate can here find about all that he needs to know of the metrical construction of this poet. * * * * Dr. Hayley's modesty disclaims anything in the way of originality, but there are several places (notably his treatment of the fifth foot of the senarius) where he has discovered how to make clear brief statements of facts in matters where there has hitherto been much darkening of counsel. The book is provided with references to larger works for more advanced students.
The Verse of Terence.
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