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Keith MacLennan was Head of Classics at Rugby School, UK, and editor of books I, IV and VI of Virgil: Aeneid, also published by Bloomsbury.

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A useful student edition Aug. 20 2013
By Harold F. Arnold - Published on Amazon.com
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This new commentary explains most of the grammatical difficulties that I have encountered in reading the fourth book of Vergil's Aeneid. It is definitely an improvement on the older edition, which is not always the case.
Highly recommended Dec 23 2013
By Steven Farron - Published on Amazon.com
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I can speak with authority on the Aeneid. I am the author of one book, twelve articles, and one encyclopedia entry on the Aeneid. I also taught the Aeneid in Latin and English for many years. I retired from my professorship several years ago, but I have recently begun to teach Latin to a few private students.
I have found this commentary and its introduction to be extremely helpful, both for the nuances of translation and for the literary qualities of Aeneid IV. In fact, it is the best teaching commentary I have ever used (and I have used many). I recommend that it be used in conjunction with James O’Hara’s commentary.


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