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By Miriam Griffin

A better half to Julius Caesar contains 30 essays from top students studying the lifestyles and after lifetime of this nice polarizing figure.

  • Explores Caesar from various views: army genius, ruthless tyrant, amazing flesh presser, top notch orator, refined guy of letters, and more
  • Utilizes Caesar’s personal extant writings
  • Examines the viewpoints of Caesar’s contemporaries and explores Caesar’s portrayals through artists and writers in the course of the ages

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