Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to Tacitus / edited by A. J. Woodman.


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Introduction A. J. Woodman; Contexts: 1. From the Annalists to the Annales: Latin historiography before Tacitus A. M. Gowing; 2. Tacitus and the contemporary scene A. J. Woodman; Texts: 3. The Agricola A. R. Birley; 4. The Germania as literary text Richard F. Thomas; 5. The faces of eloquence: the Dialogus de Oratoribus Sander M. Goldberg; 6. Fission and fusion: shifting Roman identities in the Histories Rhiannon Ash; 7. The Tiberian Hexad Christina Shuttleworth Kraus; 8. Hamlet without the Prince? The Claudian Annals S. J. V. Malloch; 9. 'Is dying so very terrible?': the Neronian Annals E. E. Keitel; Topics: 10. Tacitus' personal voice Christopher Pelling; 11. Tacitus as a historian Miriam T. Griffin; 12. Res Olim Dissociabiles: emperors, senators, and liberty S. P. Oakley; 13. Style and language S. P. Oakley; 14. Speeches in the Histories D. S. Levene; 15. Warfare in the Annals D. S. Levene; Transmission: 16. From manuscript to print R. H. Martin; 17. Tacitus and political thought in early modern Europe, c.1530-c.1640 Alexandra Gajda; 18. Gibbon and Tacitus Paul Cartledge; 19. A dangerous book: the reception of the Germania C. B. Krebs; 20. Tacitus and the twentieth-century novel Martha Malamud; 21. Tacitus' Syme Mark Toher; Chronological table.


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Tacitus, Cornelius -- Criticism and interpretation.