Thackeray's Translations from Prudentius Translations from, Prudentius: A Selection from, his Works, rendered in English Verse, with an Introduction and Notes. By Francis St. John Thackeray, M.A., F.S.A., Vicar of Mapledurham, formerly Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford, and Assistant Master at Eton. London : G. Bell and Sons. 1890. Small 8vo. Pp. lxxiii. 231. 7s. 6d [Book Review]
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