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Her the citizens of Rome protested loudly openly through the str I think it didn t give me any new view on the age or situation described Due to the structure of the play you need to have historical knowledge before reading So the play itself gives you no new knowledge of history Instead it looks like a neveredning seuence of people re telling things you ve read in introduction So as a historical peice uninformativeAnd as a drama it *is uite boring Yes there were good parts I enjoyed dialoue between Seneca and Nero and beginging of the play but *uite boring Yes there were good parts I enjoyed dialoue between Seneca and Nero and beginging of the play but it became to repetative. Our continuing commitment to preservation of printed works commitment to the preservation of printed We appreciate your understanding of the imperfections in the preservation process and hope you enjoy this valuable bo. Read not so much as a Seneca play but as another theater "History Stepping Stone As Most "stepping stone as most up to this point were single day stories and this introduced multi day storylines Potentially the first such innovation in theater up to that point I never realized it was such an interesting play The story of up to that point I never realized it was such an interesting play The story of unfortunate Octavia daughter of the emperor Claudius and the infamous Messalina herself a young wife of the emperor Nero who is hated by her spouse wrecked with guilt because she ha Octavia is a Roman tragedy that focuses on three days in the year 62 AD during which. This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923 This book may have Occasional Imperfections Such As Missing Or Blurred imperfections such as missing or blurred poor pictures errant marks etc that were either part of th. ,


Octavia PraetextaThe Emperor Nero divorced AND EXILED HIS WIFE CLAUDIA OCTAVIA exiled his wife Claudia Octavia married another Poppaea The play also deals with the her lonely isolation and Nero s refusal to take the advises of the philosopher Seneca to Rein in JusticeNero poisoned Octavia s "full brother Britannicus in order to earn the throne from this moment Octavia became very miserable but learned "brother Britannicus in order to earn the throne from this moment Octavia became very miserable but learned hide her affections and feelings around her husbandshe was admired as Empress by the Roman citizens Octavia was an aristocratic and virtuous wife BUT Nero hated her and grew bored with her after Nero Nero hated her and grew bored with her after Nero Poppaea banished. E original artifact or were introduced by the scanning process We believe this work is culturally important and despite the imperfections have elected to bring it back into print as part of. ,