Andrew C. Aronson
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Andrew C. Aronson (Andy) (born 12 March 1953) is an author of Greek and Latin books for students and teachers. His first Latin book was released in the year 2000 and was followed by several more. Aronson has taught Latin at schools including Sidwell Friends School, Waynflete School, The University of Southern Maine and the Spence School. He holds the B.A. from Kenyon College and the M.A. from Indiana University Bloomington.
Aronson was born in Boston, MA. In 1990 he married and had two sons. Andrew taught Latin at Sidwell in Washington D.C until 2003 when he moved to Maine and taught at Waynflete School for 2 years then commuted back to D.C and taught Latin and became an Academic Dean. In 2006 Andrew opened a store in Portland Maine named Harbor View Gifts then a year later opened another store in Portland called Communiques.
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- Wiseman, T. P.. 1970. Review of Roman Lyric Poetry: Catullus and Horace. The Journal of Roman Studies 60. Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies: 267–67. doi:10.2307/299483.
- Henry V. Bender. 1991. Review of The Longman Latin Readers Series; Selections from Ovid's Metamorphoses; Catullus and Horace: Selections from Their Lyric Poetry; Cicero and Sallust: On the Conspiracy of Catiline; Cicero's Somnium Scipionis: The Dream of Scipio; Selections from Vergil's Aeneid: Books I, IV, VI. Dido and Aeneas; the Aulularia of Plautus: The Pot of Gold; A Teacher's Handbook to the Longman Latin Readers. The Classical World 84 (3). [Johns Hopkins University Press, Classical Association of the Atlantic States]: 235–38. doi:10.2307/4350773.
- Ruebel, James S.. 1997. Review of Selections from Caesar's "de Bello Gallico". The Classical World 90 (4). [Johns Hopkins University Press, Classical Association of the Atlantic States]: 299–300. doi:10.2307/4351948.