Posted: Mon Apr 09, 2012 8:28 pm Post subject: The literature after Octavian Augustus
The consolidation of the literary art inside the roman society has traditionally verifiable probably in the more profitable century from the point of view of the intensity in the jobs tied up to the struggles for the power politics: that was during the I century AD.
That's appears logical because all people try to learn the art of the dialogue and the eloquence, essential dowries both to publicly attach an adversary both to publicly defend itself. That undoubtedly lifts the level of the general interest and for the close examination, it forces the oratories, but also the authors to make different and more incisive choices going to finalize the work of learning of the classical greek built in the two preceding centuries.
The literature therefore it isn't only a symbol of wisdom and good lexical mastery but it also becomes a proper tool becomes for the popular people that understand better the constructions of it.
The author in this century enjoys of a personal liberty probably ever reached before, he never serves a master and even a powerful person, he writes to explain the new social reality and he akes active part to the contortions of the same one: the following century as we know it will be that of the otium. _________________ A Tempore Henrici Reges
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