GEORGIC, by Mariko Nagai. BkMk Press, 2010, 163 pp., $15.95 (paperback)

Between writing the “Eclogues” and the “Aeneid,” the Roman poet Virgil composed the “Georgics,” published circa 29 B.C., which deals with rural lives, agriculture and all things bucolic. In the “Inferno,” Virgil acted as Dante’s guide through the nine circles of hell.

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