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This front matter section of the book titled Artists and Intellectuals and the Requests of Power contains the table of contents, editor's preface, and acknowledgements. A much discussed question in classical studies is the comparison between the situation of poets in Augustan Rome and that of artists and intellectuals in the totalitarian regimes of the twentieth century. The book offers a multidisciplinary and comparative approach to the problem, complementing the historical perspective with a regard on Eastern traditions. It explores tentative paths for future research on an issue of critical importance for the shaping of the global world.

Keywords: artists; Augustan Rome; classical scholarship



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