|Series||Periods of European literature,, v. 8.|
|LC Classifications||PN741 .E4 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 427 p.|
|Number of Pages||427|
|LC Control Number||74003085|
The Augustan Age technically begins with the Battle of Actium and ends with the death of Augustus, but in terms of Augustan Age Literature, its endpoint is the death of Livy and Ovid in A.D. Typically, the dates are 44 B.C. to A.D. The princeps Augustus (63 BCE - 14 CE), recognized as the first of the Roman emperors, looms large in the teaching and writing of Roman history. Major political, literary, and artistic developments alike are attributed to him. This book deliberately and provocatively shifts the focus off Augustus while still looking at events of his time. THE NOVEL The literature of Augustan Age is dominated by the rise of the novel, a fictitious prose narrative or tale presenting a picture of real life. Before the eighteen century, there were prose fiction or narration, but these certainly did. Grand political accomplishment and artistic productivity were the hallmarks of Augustus Caesar’s reign (31 B.C. to A.D. 14), which has served as a powerful model of achievement for societies throughout Western history. Although much research has been done on individual facets of Augustan culture, Karl Galinsky’s book is the first in decades to present a unified overview, one that brings.
Augustan Age, one of the most illustrious periods in Latin literary history, from approximately 43 bc to ad 18; together with the preceding Ciceronian period (q.v.), it forms the Golden Age (q.v.) of Latin by civil peace and prosperity, the age reached its highest literary expression in poetry, a polished and sophisticated verse generally addressed to a patron or to the. Other articles where Augustan Age is discussed: Sir Richard Steele: Early life and works.: he published in a moralistic tract, “The Christian Hero,” of which 10 editions were sold in his lifetime. This tract led to Steele’s being accused of hypocrisy and mocked for the contrast between his austere precepts and his genially convivial practice. In the Augustan Age, for many reasons (culture, free time in the life of the middle classes, economic possibilities, lower prices of books, the possibility of borrowing books from the libraries or from travelling ones), there was a considerable growth of the reading public. This fact brought a change in the structure and in the aim of the novel. Buy The Alternative Augustan Age Illustrated by Osgood, Josiah, Morrell, Kit, Welch, Kathryn (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover.
Rome, the Augustan Age: A Source Book, Part 1. Chisholm, Wendy. Oxford University Press, - Rome - pages. 0 Reviews. This anthology is a compilation of primary sources in translation, covering Roman politics, art, literature, social history and philosophy. The sources have been carefully selected to provide the primary evidence for a. User Review - Flag as inappropriate A fantastic guide to the propaganda of the Augustan era. No one has compiled all of the images presented by coins, monuments, statues, and everything else better than Paul Zankar, after weeks of searching for the right book to use as a guide for a paper on the topic, Zankar's book was a total lifesaver. Information is presented in a way that is interesting 4/5(5). This fifth volume in The Centers of Civilization Series is intended to serve at least three purposes: to account historically for that great flowering which occurred in the Augustan Age; to describe the city in its physical and cultural development as it reached its peak: and to make the rediscovery of ancient Rome an easier process for those who today wander among the majestic ruins which. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Elton, Oliver, Augustan ages. New York, Scribner,