TITLE

LIVY AND TACITUS

AUTHOR(S)
Brickel, Alfred G.
PUB. DATE
October 1920
SOURCE
America;10/9/1920, Vol. 23 Issue 25, p593
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the implication of the literary works of historians Livy and Cornelius Tacitus on the social planning in 1921. Both authors have successfully established a very strong reputation in the literary industry with their excellent works of art and integration of social life and creative writing. They are more notable for being psychological historians because of their understanding of the human race.
ACCESSION #
34514022

 

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