The Return of Latin and Greek

July 1924
America;7/19/1924, Vol. 31 Issue 14, p331
The article presents a commentary on the study of Latin and Greek in U.S. secondary schools. According to the author, a preliminary report on the return of such studies gives insight to the comeback of classical Latin and Greek literatures which are represented in various forms. The author adds that enrollment for such curriculums have increased.


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