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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Historical fiction

'All the drama of Graves' I, Claudius with an added mordant humour' Spectator

Augustus was the founder of the Roman Empire, adopted son of Julius Caesar, friend and later foe of Mark Antony, patron of Horace and Virgil. Frank and forceful, this putative autobiography tells his story from the assassination of Caesar, through his military, political and personal struggles to his final days as Emperor in everything but name.

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