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Fr. Joseph

Mizzou
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rich in materials, but dry and presentation

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Reviewed: 06-30-19

There was a lot of good information, and some very interesting theories. There's an excellent review of Roman history pertinent to The Aeneid. if you are reading, or plan to read the poem, then this is definitely worth it. The author speaks however as if she did not have a great passion for the book. The lectures start and end abruptly. It is very matter-of-fact. This would not be a good introduction to Virgil or the Aeneid. However, if you already are interested, this is great.

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Prophetic with clear and refreshing Theology

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Reviewed: 05-16-19

Aside from an interesting view of the future of technology from 100 years ago, political and social predictions seem frighteningly believable. The theological insights are clear, insightful, and have a refreshing perspective.

Truly enlightening! This adds color to my life!

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Reviewed: 08-27-17

I found all the lectures entertaining and edifying. I didn't know I was missing out on so much. It's encouraged me to do my own research on different Operas, and not just listen to them, but experience them! I never thought I'd be such an Opera buff as I am now. Bravissimo!!!