Does anyone know Latin? or Virgil?
Posted by Susan H on September 16, 1998 at 21:11:33:
I've been reading Richardson's Clarissa, and there is a Latin phrase that I can't figure out: "amor omnibus idem" from Virgil's Georgic. If anyone could translate this phrase or fill me in on what Virgil's Georgic is about, I would greatly appreciate it. Whatever it all means, it infuriates Clarissa and, naturally, I would like to know why she's so insulted. My apologies if this should be on Ramble, but I wasn't sure where to post it.
- Amor omnibus idem Bob Whitworth 22:19:06 9/16/98 (1)
- "Love is the same for everybody." [NFM] The Mysterious H.C. 03:40:31 9/17/98 (0)
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