(Ends Oct. 21) Read Latin literature in the original language! This year our texts will be selections from Plautus and Terence, whose plays of intrigue, deception, and problematic love were the fertile soil from which sprouted comedies from the Renaissance to the modern sitcom. 21L.613 serves as a bridge for students with one semester or more of formal Latin training (Latin 1/2, high school Latin, or equivalent) between the study of Latin grammar and vocabulary and the reading of Latin authors. 21L.614 offers more of a challenge for advanced readers. They run simultaneously and each may be repeated once for credit.