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An Introduction to Egyptian Colloquial Arabic
An Introduction to Egyptian Colloquial Arabic by T. F. Mitchell 0198151489 9780198151487
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An Introduction to Egyptian Colloquial Arabic by T. F. Mitchell

The Pharsalia is Lucans epic on the civil wars between Caesar and Pompey. It is a poem of immense energy and intelligence in which spectacle and spectatorship are prominent. Leigh shows that by transforming certain Virgilian narrative devices Lucan launches an attack on the Augustan ideology of the Aeneid: where Virgil writes the foundation myth for the new regime and celebrates the connections between Augustus and Aeneas, Lucan produces a savagely republican anti-Aeneid which represents the civil wars as the death of Rome.

Author: T. F. Mitchell

Language: English

Edition: Reprint

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 298

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Publication Date: 1978-09-07

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ISBN: 0198151489

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