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How I miss the old Loeb editions, in which the naughty bits were in Latin. It certainly added a bit of mystique and a sense of exclusivity. You had to work to get to the honey. With those modern translations everyone can read those parts.
One of the finer examples: Catullus XVI in the old Loeb
...that you're a reasonably-well off and educated Athenian, since you've listened to a few philosophers and sophists in your youth. You live in Athens around 50AD, earning your living by selling gaudy replicas of Greek statues to philistine Romans selling cheese on the Areopagus. Suddenly you...