Aeneid (Book II)

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Reading experience
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Evidence

"That detestable father [italics]St Jerome[end italics], thus reacts to the Fall of Rome:-- "[...] When the refugees [...] began to reach Palestine: ""I was long silent, knowing that it was the time for tears. Since to relieve them all was impossible, we joined our lamentations with theirs [...]"" [...] Virgil"s ""Urbas antiqua ruit, multos dominata per annos"" quoted, which I myself was to read 1500 [sic] later, after seeing the Docks on fire from my roof in Chiswick. "[Extracted from Hodgkin. Jerome has to leave Rome for the desert because he found the ladies too charming there."

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Notes
Quotation from Virgil is line 363 in Book II of the Aeneid. See pp.312-13 in source for note including Forster's description, in his diary entry of 8 September 1940, of witnessing fires caused by German bombing on previous night.

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Accessed on 2020/08/14 07:24:51

Related place
England
Related people
Forster, Edward Morgan
Related text or manuscript
Commonplace Book
Related place
England
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Aeneid (Book II)

Reading experience
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Evidence

"That detestable father [italics]St Jerome[end italics], thus reacts to the Fall of Rome:-- "[...] When the refugees [...] began to reach Palestine: ""I was long silent, knowing that it was the time for tears. Since to relieve them all was impossible, we joined our lamentations with theirs [...]"" [...] Virgil"s ""Urbas antiqua ruit, multos dominata per annos"" quoted, which I myself was to read 1500 [sic] later, after seeing the Docks on fire from my roof in Chiswick. "[Extracted from Hodgkin. Jerome has to leave Rome for the desert because he found the ladies too charming there."

Source

Commonplace Book

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Notes
Quotation from Virgil is line 363 in Book II of the Aeneid. See pp.312-13 in source for note including Forster's description, in his diary entry of 8 September 1940, of witnessing fires caused by German bombing on previous night.

How to cite this record

You can copy this item for personal use, share it, and post it on a blog or website. It cannot be used commercially without permission. Please ensure the following credit accompanies it:

Commonplace Book
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/78296
Accessed on 2020/08/14 07:24:51

Related place
England
Related people
Forster, Edward Morgan
Related text or manuscript
Commonplace Book
Related place
England
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