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Feb. 3rd Lecture

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Department
Classics
Course Code
CLA233H1
Professor
Erik Gunderson

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CLA 233 - Feb. 3rd Lecture
lots of descriptions of foreignness in caesars text, wants people to focus more on
that,
caesar shapes the story in his favour, neutral tone,
his own historian, written in the third person, helps add to the air of neutrality and
objectivity,
simple vocabulary,
not a lot of blood and gore, few stor ies of battles, caesar seems reluctant to do
battle, defections from other armies to caesdar's side,
foreignness, giving foreign attributes to pompeys army, making them seem less
like romans,
caesar just standing up for what he has to, no choic e it was the way it had to be,
important passages - section 20 mutiny, caesars address to the senate, 4 4-45
comparison of troops, beginning scene, fighting t actics and strategy at the end,
clemency vs. ferocity 74-76, very end,
lucan's caesar vs. caesar's caesar,
desertion of troops, surrendering their general is portrayed as not a problem but
the troops conspiring behind their leaders back is a big problem,
consul appears to be in favour of f ighting in the face of caesar and many senators
who do not wish to fight,
caesar lets the reader come to their own conclusions but he sets it up so that they
will reach the conclusions he wants,
fear in rome before war even starts, pompey's troops are making public life
impossible,
cato portrayed as bitter and holding a grudge rather than virtuous and honourable
as in lucan,
section 7 caesar addresses his troops,
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CLA 233 - Feb. 3rd Lecture lots of descriptions of foreignness in caesars text, wants people to focus more on that, caesar shapes the story in his favour, neutral tone, his own historian, written in the third person, helps add to the air of neutrality and objectivity, simple vocabulary, not a lot of blood and gore, few stories of battles, caesar seems reluctant to do battle, defections from other armies to caesdars side, foreignness, giving foreign attributes to pompeys army, making them seem less like romans, caesar just standing up for what he has to, no choice it was the way it had to be, important passages - section 20 mutiny, caesars address to the senate, 44-45 comparison of troops, beginning scene, fighting tacti
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