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The Roman Way

Edith Hamilton
W. W. Norton & Company

Decorated classicist Edith Hamilton filtered over 2,000 years of Roman history and literature into this potent collection of writings on the Roman way of life. Her assemblage includes the letters of Cicero, the love poems of Catullus and the chronicles of Horace as well as the works of Virgil, Livy, Seneca Tacitus and Juvenal. An accessible, erudite introduction to the Roman spirit.

ISBN: 9780393354454
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