Julius Caesar
Title Julius Caesar PDF eBook
Author William Shakespeare
Publisher
Pages 152
Release 1855
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Julius Caesar
Title Julius Caesar PDF eBook
Author Jonnie Patricia Mobley
Publisher Lorenz Educational Press
Pages 220
Release 2010-09-01
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 0787780324

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The Access to Shakespeare edition of Julius Caesar offers a way to read and study the drama without distracting footnotes. Each page of the play is paired with a modern English translation that parallels the original, line for line. It breaks down the linguistic barriers so you can experience the suspense and conflict just as Shakespeare?s first audience did. See the manipulation, watch good intentions lead to disaster, and discover what drives those who would rule. For an even better experience, use this edition alongside the Julius Caesar Manual.



A Companion to Julius Caesar
Title A Companion to Julius Caesar PDF eBook
Author Miriam Griffin
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Pages 536
Release 2015-07-21
Genre History
ISBN 1119062357

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A Companion to Julius Caesar comprises 30 essays from leading scholars examining the life and after life of this great polarizing figure. Explores Caesar from a variety of perspectives: military genius, ruthless tyrant, brilliant politician, first class orator, sophisticated man of letters, and more Utilizes Caesar’s own extant writings Examines the viewpoints of Caesar’s contemporaries and explores Caesar’s portrayals by artists and writers through the ages



Julius Caesar and the Roman People
Title Julius Caesar and the Roman People PDF eBook
Author Robert Morstein-Marx
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Pages 703
Release 2021-08-26
Genre History
ISBN 1108944019

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Julius Caesar was no aspiring autocrat seeking to realize the imperial future but an unusually successful republican leader who was measured against the Republic's traditions and its greatest heroes of the past. Catastrophe befell Rome not because Caesar (or anyone else) turned against the Republic, its norms and institutions, but because Caesar's extraordinary success mobilized a determined opposition which ultimately preferred to precipitate civil war rather than accept its political defeat. Based on painstaking re-analysis of the ancient sources in the light of recent advances in our understanding of the participatory role of the People in the republican political system, a strong emphasis on agents' choices rather than structural causation, and profound scepticism toward the facile determinism that often substitutes for historical explanation, this book offers a radical reinterpretation of a figure of profound historical importance who stands at the turning point of Roman history from Republic to Empire.



Julius Caesar's Bellum Civile and the Composition of a New Reality
Title Julius Caesar's Bellum Civile and the Composition of a New Reality PDF eBook
Author Ayelet Peer
Publisher Routledge
Pages 210
Release 2016-03-09
Genre History
ISBN 1317110021

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In his Commentarii de Bello Civili Julius Caesar sought to re-invent his image and appear before his present and future readers in a way which he could control and at times manipulate. Offering a new interpretation of the Bellum Civile this book reveals the intricate literary world that Caesar creates using sophisticated techniques such as a studied choice of vocabulary, rearrangement of events, use of indirect speech, and more. Each of the three books of the work is examined independently to set out the gradual transformation of Caesar's literary persona, in step with his ascent in the 'real' world. By analysing the work from Caesar's viewpoint the author argues that by adroit presentation and manipulation of historical circumstances Caesar creates in his narrative a different reality, one in which his conduct is justified. The question of the res publica is also a key point of the volume, as it is in the Bellum Civile, and the author argues that Caesar purposely does not present himself as a Republican, contrary to commonly held views. Employing detailed philological analyses of Caesar's three books on the Civil War, this work significantly advances our understanding of Caesar as author and politician.



The Tragedy of the Caesars
Title The Tragedy of the Caesars PDF eBook
Author Sabine Baring-Gould
Publisher
Pages 406
Release 1892
Genre Claudia gens
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History of Julius Caesar
Title History of Julius Caesar PDF eBook
Author Napoléon III. Bonaparte
Publisher
Pages 494
Release 1865
Genre
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