Ogden Nash | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Robert J. Lenardon

This literature criticism consists of approximately 1 page of analysis & critique of Ogden Nash.
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Critical Review by Robert J. Lenardon

SOURCE: A review of Ave Ogden!: Nash in Latin, in Library Journal, Vol. 98, December 1, 1973, p. 3564.

In the following review, Lenardon calls Ave Ogden!: Nash in Latin exciting.

Here [Ave Ogden!: Nash in Latin] is further proof that there must be something inherently amusing to a general audience in a modern Latin version. Is it because of repressed memories of the classroom and the smattering of Latin that remains? Whatever the reasons, I do think the Nash buff will be entertained; certainly the Latinist will admire the cleverness of these 52 renditions and will be able to use them with good effect upon students. The shorter poems generally work best. The 14 drawings by Maryanski add to the spirit of the undertaking.

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