Marcus Cicero Essays
Rhetorical Strategies of Identity-Construction in Juvenal's Satire VI and Cicero's Catiline Orations
In Satire VI and In Catilinam I and II, Juvenal and Cicero both make attacks on their enemies' personal conduct to construct a Roman identity while appealing to "Roman values." Their projects are indeed very similar; both raise questions of class,...
Cicero's Case Against Verres 11th Grade
Many of Cicero’s points are cleverly structured so as to provide the most convincing attack on Verres, for example when he discusses Verres’ behaviour in Aspendos he begins by describing how “nullum te Aspendi signum…reliquisse” (You have left no...