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Department
Classical Studies
Course
CLAS 1000
Professor
John Walsh
Semester
Winter

Description
Latin Literature  • The romans enjoyed sex, violence and foul language Roman History • From roman literature, we learn a lot about the day to day life of the roman people • This combined with the architecture allows us to create a clear picture of the  period • This makes it easier to understand the time of the romans than the greeks  • Pots, keys and coins  Rhetoric in the Republic  • Politics and literature are interrelated.  • Much of Latin literature was focused on the practice of rhetoric  (persuasive language)  • One of the largest practioners of rhetoric – Cicero  • Around 350 bc the romans were first influence by literature through the the
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