Book Summary of Caesar
Details of Book: Caesar (BSID:21229)
|Publisher||ORION PUBLISHING GROUP|
|Number of Pages||720|
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I found this book incredibly dull. Well researched--no question that almost all of the known material on Caesar is summarized here--but does it have to be so boring? While reading it, I found myself constantly comparing it wih Colleen McCullough's 5 volume fictional work on Caesar; IMHO, her book...
I have read about Caesar here and there: his own accounts of the Gallic Wars and the Civil War, Plutarch's description of his life, and Theodore Ayrault Dodge's "Caesar" (which confines itself to an examination solely of his military actions). This is the first full biography I have ever read ab...
Few men in the Ancient world are as well known, or as controversial as Caesar. Even today, debates rage over the life of this man.General, politician, orater, and man of staggering ambition.While long, this book moves quickly, doesn't bog the reader down in overly technical archaic scholarship. W...
It is hard to find any flaws in this biography - after all, it is written by Adrian Goldsworthy, one of today's major authorities regarding late republic and early Roman empire and who by now has published a multitude of academic works on the subject. At the same time I can't feel but feel disap...
Adrian Goldsworthy's latest book, "Caesar", is another one of those great books that you cannot afford to miss this year. Following on from his excellent run of books; "The Punic Wars" and "In The Name of Rome", this new title is a great addition to anyone's library. The tale of Julius Caesar has...
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