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Virgil A Life (Paperback)

Author:  Peter Levi
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 184885904X
ISBN-13: 9781848859043
Sku: 223434120
Publish Date: 5/8/2012
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 7.75H x 5L x 1T
Pages:  288
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Born in 70 BC, in a small village near Mantua, Publius Vergilius Maro?Virgil?grew up to be hailed as the greatest Roman poet. And although his work has influenced Western literature for two millennia, little is known about the man himself. Who was the man who created the Aeneid?one of the most important poems in Western literature?and such universal phrases as ?love conquers all? and ?fortune favors the bold?? Peter Levi here reconstructs the poet's life, from a childhood largely shrouded in mystery to his work as a great literary genius and revolutionary poet, by examining archaeological and historical evidence from Augustan Rome, as well as through close readings of the poet's own work. ?Virgil is an intensely personal poet, yet he is anonymous . . . My aim is not so ambitious as to try and restore his prestige single-handed. It has simply been to try to understand him in his original context.? In this highly acclaimed, nowclassic biography, Peter Levi discards the myths and brilliantly reveals the life of Virgil and the extraordinary times during which he lived.
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Peter Levi
Peter Levi is a former professor of poetry at Oxford.
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