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Author: William Shakespeare, Louis B. Wright (Editor), Virginia A. LaMar (Editor)
In ancient Rome, in the aftermath of a famine, the common people, or plebeians, demand the right to set their own price for the city's grain supply. In response to their protests, the ruling aristocracy, or patricians, grant the plebeians five representatives, or tribunes -- a decision that provokes the ire of the proud patrician soldier Caius M...  more »
ISBN: 197391
Publication Date: 9/20/1961
Pages: 148

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Publisher: Washington Square Press
Book Type: Paperback
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