Selected Works

Author: Cicero
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TULLIUS CICERO (106–43 BC), Roman orator and statesman, was born at
Arpinium of a wealthy local family. He was taken to Rome for his education with
the idea of a public career and by 70 BC he had established himself as the
leading barrister in Rome. In the meantime his political career was well under
way and he was elected praetor for the year 66. His ambitious nature enabled
him to obtain those ...

Burke Select Works Thoughts On The Present Discontents The Two Speeches On America New Ed 1892

Author: Edmund Burke
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Cicero. Pro Cluentio. With Introduction and Notes. By W.Ramsay, M.A. Edited by
G. G. Ramsay, M.A. Second Edition. Extra fcap. 8vo. 3s. 6d. Cicero. Selected
Letters (for Schools). With Notes. By the late C. E. Prichard, M.A., and E. R.
Bernard, M.A. Second Edition. Extra fcap. 8vo. 3$. Cicero. Select Orations (for
Schools). First Action against Verres ; Oration concerning the command of
Gnaeus Pompeius; Oration on behalf of Archias ; Ninth Philippic Oration. With
Introduction and Notes.

Johnson Select Works Ed With Intr And Notes By A Milnes Lives Of Dryden And Pope And Rasselas

Author: Samuel Johnson
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Selected by J. Y. Sargent, M.A. Fifth Edition. Ext. fcap. 8vo. cloth, as. 6d. Tacitus.
The Annals. Books I — VI. With Essays and Notes. By T. F. Dallin, M. A., Tutor of
Queen's College, Oxford. Preparing, Cicero's Philippic Orations. With Notes. By
J. R. King, M.A. Second Jidition. Demy 8vo. cloth, iar. 6d. Cicero. Select Letters.
With English Introductions, Notes, and Appendices. By Albert Watson, M.A.,
Fellow and Lecturer of Brasenose College, Oxford. Second Jidition. Demy 8vo.
cloth, ids.

Selected Works Of J L Vives 3 De Conscribendis Epistolis

Author: Juan Luis Vives
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Dolabella to Cicero: 'If you are well, I am glad. I too am well and our Tullia is in
fine health.' And Cicero: 'Terentia was not feeling well, but I know for certain that
she has now recovered.' Lucceius to Cicero: 'If you are well, I am glad. I am in
good health, as usual, well, to tell the truth, a little worse than usual.' Lepidus to
the Senate and people of Rome: 'If you and your children are well, I am glad; I
also am well.' 57. At the same time they did not add anything about themselves
when they ...

Landmarks In Classical Literature

Author: Philip Gaskell
Publisher: Psychology Press
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Cicero There are something like sixty-four works by Cicero (depending on how
you count them) which survive in whole or in part, and a few more that are lost; a
list of the English titles of the surviving ones is given in chronological order in the
Penguin Classics Selected Works of Cicero, trs. and ed. by Michael Grant (1960),
pp. 251-2. The collections of translations of Cicero's works that are available in
Penguin Classics and Oxford World's Classics are: Cicero: Murder Trials, trs. and

The Double

Author: Edward Cletus Sellner
Publisher: Lethe Press
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12 R. E. Latham, trans., Lucretius: The Nature of the Universe (Baltimore, MD:
Penguin Books, 1958), 165. 13 Quoted in Carlin A. Barton, The Sorrows of the
Ancient Romans (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1993), 51. 14
Royston Lambert, Beloved and God: Hadrian and Antinous, 253. 15 See Cicero, “
Cato the Elder: On Old Age,” in Michael Grant, trans., Cicero: Selected Works (
New York: Penguin, 1971), 224-227. 16 Michael Grant, trans., Cicero: On the
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