Cicero, Against Verres, 2.1.53-86: Latin Text with Introduction, Study Questions, Commentary and English Translation Hardcover – 18 Nov 2011
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The commentary on Cicero's style is good, though not as comprehensive as one might find in a more ancient edition, but it is more accessible to the modern sixth-former.
The study questions and grammar notes are similarly useful, but most teachers will want to supplement them, perhaps considerably.
The Latin text is cut-and-pasted from double-u double-u double-u dot the latin library dot com; the translation is, in the author's own words, 'of no literary value' - although, of course, invaluable to students who might have other values!
All this and more is modestly acknowledged by the author in his Preface.
I bought it; I've used it; it works - but I did have to turn up to class myself!
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