Penguin Books, 2011 - 395 páginas
Regarded as little more than a stammering fool, the nobleman Claudius quietly survives the intrigues, bloody purges and mounting cruelty of the imperial Roman dynasties. He watches and records the activities of the wise Augustus and his villainous wife Livia, the sadistic Tiberius and the insane excesses of Caligula. Written in the form of Claudius' autobiography, this is the first part of Robert Graves's brilliant account of the madness and debauchery of ancient Rome.
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LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - kakadoo202 - LibraryThing
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LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - MrsLee - LibraryThing
This was interesting to a point, but very many characters I had a hard time remembering who was who. Also, negative in that most of them were either done bad by, or doing bad to others. Then my mom ... Leer comentario completo