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The reception of Cicero in the early Roman empire : the rhetorical schoolroom and the creation of a cultural legend

Author: Thomas J Keeline
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Explores the crucial role played by rhetorical education in turning Cicero into a literary and political symbol after his death.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Named Person: Marcus Tullius Cicero; Marcus Tullius Cicero
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas J Keeline
ISBN: 9781108587655 1108587658 9781108590594 1108590594
OCLC Number: 1042159096
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Contents: Cover; Half-title page; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Note on Texts and Abbreviations; Introduction; An Orientation; Scope and Structure; 1 Pro Milone: Reading Cicero in the Schoolroom; The Miloniana Commentary Tradition: Sources; Pro Milone: Background to the Speech and Outline; Quintilian on How to Read a Speech; Themes and Methods of Instruction; The Introductory praelectio; Exordium; Dispelling praeiudicia; Narratio; Argumentatio; Peroratio; Conclusion; 2 Eloquence (Dis)embodied: The Textualization of Cicero; A Modern Syncrisis; The Declamatory Classroom. Cicero as Model of EloquenceCicero and the Decline of Eloquence; The Ancient Syncrisis: Cicero and Demosthenes; Conclusion; 3 Remaking Cicero in the Schoolroom: Cicero's Death; Popillius the Parricide; Propaganda and Declamation; The Death of Cicero: Declaimers Writing History; The Death of Cicero: Historians Writing Declamation; The Death of Cicero: Livy et al.; Greek Historians on Cicero's Death; 4 Pro Cicerone/In Ciceronem: How to Criticize Cicero; Pseudepigraphic Sources; Consul and nouus homo; Exile; The "Philippics" of Appian and Dio; Coda: The Intertextual Declamatory Aesthetic. 5 Seneca the Younger and CiceroDeclamatory Ciceronian Presences; Philosophical Ciceronian Absences; Senecan Form and Function; Senecan Educational Theory; Conclusion; 6 Tacitus: Dialogus de Cicerone?; Quintilian; Dialogus de oratoribus: Authorship, Date, and Lacuna; Dialogus de oratoribus: Structure and Characters; Cicero in the Dialogus: Formal Elements; Cicero as Leitmotif; Conclusion; 7 Est ... mihi cum Cicerone aemulatio: Pliny's Cicero; Genre and Plinian Artistry; Cicero in the Epistulae; Echoes of Ciceronian Letters in the Epistulae; Conclusion; Epilogue: The Early Empire and Beyond. Works CitedGeneral Index; Index Locorum.
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Cicero was one of the most important figures of the late Roman Republic. This book explores what was remembered of his life and works in the early Roman Empire, and why. Focuses on the crucial role  Read more...

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