The Eagles Have Flown
Joanne Williamson George Fulton
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Oct 29, 2020 - 02:27 AM By Joanne Williamson George Fulton

The desperate rebellion which preceded the bloody Ides of March and rampant hostility toward the dictatorship of Julius Caesar are seen through the eyes of Lucius, son of a freedman, who becomes a member of the household of Marcus Junius Brutus in this perceptive, scholarly and comprehensive fictional account of events when a lion was in the streets of Rome IlluminatingThe desperate rebellion which preceded the bloody Ides of March and rampant hostility toward the dictatorship of Julius Caesar are seen through the eyes of Lucius, son of a freedman, who becomes a member of the household of Marcus Junius Brutus in this perceptive, scholarly and comprehensive fictional account of events when a lion was in the streets of Rome Illuminating character studies of Brutus, of Julius Caesar, of Octavius Caesar, Agrippa, and Quintus Nero are interspersed with convincing accounts of the outbreak of mob rule in the temple following Marcus Antonius speech Action follows Lucius, and his friend Pylades, a Greek slave, to Athens, thence to Carytus and finally to Phillipi where doom awaits his master s dreams at the hands of Octavius and Antonius Brutus is sympathetically portrayed.
  • Title: The Eagles Have Flown
  • Author: Joanne Williamson George Fulton
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Hardcover

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The Eagles Have Flown By Joanne Williamson George Fulton The desperate rebellion which preceded the bloody Ides of March and rampant hostility toward the dictatorship of Julius Caesar are seen through the eyes of Lucius, son of a freedman, who becomes a member of the household of Marcus Junius Brutus in this perceptive, scholarly and comprehensive fictional account of events when a lion was in the streets of Rome IlluminatingThe desperate rebellion which preceded the bloody Ides of March and rampant hostility toward the dictatorship of Julius Caesar are seen through the eyes of Lucius, son of a freedman, who becomes a member of the household of Marcus Junius Brutus in this perceptive, scholarly and comprehensive fictional account of events when a lion was in the streets of Rome Illuminating character studies of Brutus, of Julius Caesar, of Octavius Caesar, Agrippa, and Quintus Nero are interspersed with convincing accounts of the outbreak of mob rule in the temple following Marcus Antonius speech Action follows Lucius, and his friend Pylades, a Greek slave, to Athens, thence to Carytus and finally to Phillipi where doom awaits his master s dreams at the hands of Octavius and Antonius Brutus is sympathetically portrayed.

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