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CLSL-244 Tacitus
Spring for 2014-2015
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Students will read selections from the Annales, paying attention to Tacitus' deployment of rhetorical devices and distinctive literary style, as well as to his 'annalistic' or year-by-year organization of his history, and to his peculiar form of moral and political criticism. In addition to readings in Latin, the course also will include discussion of modern scholarly approaches to the Annales.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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