Titans To Kill. Cicero Has A Chance?

Often we are terrified or fascinated how today’s politicians behave. What decisions meet them, which make “heads roll” – would it help us to consider how power works, who once from nearby who how favored or going on? With Robert Harris, we again have a sensitive Guide to ancient Rome. High-voltage, Harris in his book Titan allows us a look behind the scenes of the year 63 BC and see how power and people can result in a lethal mix. Consul, Cicero has taken its place. It took many, many trials and much persuasion, now political responsibility to contribute to. But has he really convinced all Romans? By itself, of its principles and ideals? The resistance that it always strikes again opposed by aristocrats – the apparent coincidences: were it actually assassination attempts? His former election opponent Katalina – co-ordinated criminals he now? Caesar is pulling the strings and got him to the goal? Cicero is itself Witness of sign – and comes into action emergency. Relive history with voltage means for us to understand.

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