Readings from Wheelock's Latin
Produced by Richard A. LaFleur
Readings and Performances by Mark Robert Miner
A 4-CD audio package, with recitation (in Restored Classical Pronunciation) of all vocabulary and paradigms for the 40 chapters of Wheelock's Latin, as well as dramatic readings of Sententiae Antiquae and narrative passages in the 40 chapters, and lively performances of brief representative selections from the Loci Antiqui.
Click here to listen to Chapter 25.
- 8-page introductory booklet
- Restored Classical Pronunciation of
- Sententiae Antiquae
- Lively readings of
- Narrative Passages
- Brief Representative Selections from Loci Antiqui
Richard A. LaFleur is the Franklin Professor of Classics at the University of Georgia, Athens, and is the author of many Latin text and pedagogy books as well as numerous articles on Latin language, literature, pedagogy, and teacher-training.
Mark Miner is a professional reciter of epic poetry, specializing in Latin and Greek literature. His credits include recordings for the popular textbook Athenaze: An Introduction to Ancient Greek, online audio vocabulary for Wheelock’s Latin, and a 2-CD audio package, Conversational Latin for Oral Proficiency: Audio Conversations. He has performed epic poetry throughout North America, hosted SORGLL’s Informal Reading Session at the APA’s annual meeting, and is currently preparing to record the AP Latin syllabus and Petronius’ Satyricon.
This is the only audio recording available of exercises and passages from Wheelock's Latin.
Comments and Reviews
"...excellent pronunciation and interpretation; the continuous passages are done in a lively, imaginative style. Teachers and students will be grateful for many generations."
— Stephen Daitz,
Professor of Classical Languages Emeritus,
City University of New York
Wheelock’s Latin is better than ever!
Wheelock’s Latin, 6th Edition, Revised: a comprehensive introductory course, based on ancient authors, with self-tutorial exercises and key, extensive vocabularies and supplementary readings, numerous illustrations and maps, online audio and Teacher’s Guide, in paperback and hardcover. Also available: Workbook for Wheelock’s Latin and the intermediate textbook Wheelock’s Latin Reader. HarperCollins Publishers, 10 East 53rd Street, New York, NY 10022; www.harpercollins.com