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n his book with quite a lot of detail, including the interactions between Caesar and her, and Caesar’s impatient desire to bring her home4. He writes about Augustus and Fufius, and also narrates anecdotes from the life of Sejanus5. However, some of the text from this part of the book seems to be missing, and is catered to in the later editions of the book6.
Tacitus maintains a very detached and distant style of writing, and remains emotionally aloof of the various incidents that he is narrating. His style of writing is very succinct and precise, and he does not dwell into unnecessary details or emotional dramatics and theatrical phrases. It can be said that his syntax and diction gives his writing a sense of authenticity and grace, and so he manages to remain unbiased. He merely states facts as are known to him, and does not strive to make judgments about the personalities that he is writing about7. By keeping his manner brief, he manages to make the windy and long history that he is dealing with quite interesting to read, yet developing a sense of command over the subject. However, it might seem that his style is perhaps a little too economical; there are places in the narrative8 where more detail and explanation would have provided more substance to the stance that Tacitus has adopted in his
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The War Industries Board 7. The Home Front: The Four Minute Men 8. Woman Suffrage 9. The Treaty of Versailles 10. Speech before the Senate From the above list, elaborate on five terms: 1. The Zimmerman Telegram Proposed an alliance between Germany and Mexico Dispatched on January 19th 1917 Intercepted, deciphered, then made public Angered US citizens particularly those bordering Mexico Intention was to conquer Texas, New Mexico and Arizona President of Mexico was to be informed soon as war broke out Mexico was advised to invite Japan to mediate There was to be unrestricted employment of submarines Intention was to compel England to make peace 2.
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