"Without seeking to rehabilitate the historical monster, Champlin renders Nero more intelligible by illuminating the motives behind his theatrical gestures, and revealing the artist who thought of himself as a heroic figure." "Nero is a reconception of a historical account that extend...
|Main Author:||Champlin, Edward, 1948-|
Cambridge, Mass. :
Belknap Press of Harvard University Press,
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|Check holdings at Paniza Library, AUBG||Call Number:||
DG285 .C53 2003