In this course advanced students of Latin will read and analyze texts from major works of literature. It will feature materials organized
thematically, generically, by period, or by author. Texts in this course will generally represent significant documents for the study of the
cultural and literary history of Roman society and may also be the subjects of study in other courses offered at Rhodes both by GRS and
other disciplines. The course will help students develop greater reading fluency and expand their understanding of interpretative
approaches. The course will generally be taught as a four-credit course. Students in special circumstances may take the course for one,
two, or three credits with the permission of the instructor. The course may be repeated for credit if the topic differs.