what are comparisons and contrasts of Greek and Roman Literature?
Greek and Roman Literature
Probably the easiest way to answer that is to say that the Romans were the ultimate borrowers, and they borrowed heavily from the Greeks when it came to cultural elements (like gods and literature.) Even the Aeneid, Rome's great epic by Virgil, is modeled heavily on Homer's Odyssey.
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