Note:  you may have come to this page by following a link about translations of ancient Roman poetry.  These translations have now been moved from Google Sites to an Amazon Kindle book.  Details below.

The on-line edition of Roman Erotic Elegy:
Selections from Tibullus, Propertius, Ovid, and Sulpicia,
translated, with an Introduction , Notes, and Glossary
 by Jon Corelis
is now available as an Amazon Kindle edition.

A note for those who want access to this work: I've decided that the audience for this book will be best served by making it available as an Amazon Kindle e-book, which you can buy for US $0.99 (that's ninety nine cents US, or the near equivalent in other currencies) at the above link. (As a condition of publishing through Kindle, I must agree not to make the book available  in another form on the internet, which is why it is not on this site any longer.) Note that you don't actually have to have an Amazon Kindle e-reader to read a Kindle book.  If you have an Amazon account, you can download the free Amazon Kindle e-reader software, which will enable you to read a Kindle e-book on most desktops, laptops, netbooks, and tablets.  For more information, see

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