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Roads from Rome

  Excerpt: ROADS FROM ROME BY ANNE C. E. ALLINSON AUTHOR WITH FRANCIS G. ALLINSON OF 'GREEK LANDS AND LETTERS' New York THE MACMILLAN COMPANY 1922 All rights reserved PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA COPYRIGHT, 1909, 1910, 1913, By THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY COMPANY. COPYRIGHT, 1913, By THE MACMILLAN COMPANY. Set up and electrotyped. Published September, 1913. Three of the papers in this volume have already appeared in The Atlantic Monthly: 'A Poet's Toll,' 'The Phrase-Maker,' and 'A Roman Citizen.' The author is indebted to the Editors for permission to republish them. The illustration on the title page is reproduced from the poster of the Roman Exposition of 1911, drawn by Duilio Cambeliotti, printed by Dr. E. Chappuis. PATRI MEO LUCILIO A. EMERY JUSTITIAE DISCIPULO, LEGIS MAGISTRO, LITTERARUM HUMANARUM AMICO PREFACE The main purpose of these Roman sketches is to show that the men and women of ancient Rome were like ourselves. 'Born into life!'tis we, And not the world, are new; Our cry for bliss, our plea, Others have urged it too Our wants have all been felt, our errors made before.' It is only when we perceive in 'classical antiquity' a human nature similar to our own in its mingling of weakness and strength, vice and virtue, sorrow and joy, defeats and victories that we shall find in its noblest literature an intimate rather than a formal inspiration, and in its history either comfort or warning. A secondary purpose is to suggest Roman conditions as they may have affected or appeared to men of letters in successive epochs, from the last years of the Republic to the Antonine period. Three of the six sketches are concerned with the long and brilliant 'Age of Augustus.' One is laid in the years immediately preceding the death of Julius Caesar, and one in the time of Trajan and Pliny. The last sketch deals with the period when Hadrian attempted a renaissance of Greek art in Athens and creative Roman literature had come to an end. Its renaissance was to be...

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