Marcus Tullius Cicero

Standard Name: Cicero, Marcus Tullius
Used Form: Cicero
Used Form: Tully

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Education Sarah Austin
During the five years of their engagement, John Austin decided that Sarah was in need of a rigorous intellectual education in accordance with his religious, political, and philosophical bent of mind.
Frank, Katherine. Lucie Duff Gordon: A Passage to Egypt. Hamish Hamilton, 1994.
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He provided her...
Family and Intimate relationships Anne Bacon
Her husband had six surviving children already. AB had two daughters (who died young) before her two sons. In August 1557 she was hoping that her daughter Susan might get over her recurring fits of...
Intertextuality and Influence Henrietta Rouviere Mosse
The widely varied quotations heading the chapters include some in Latin (Virgil , Cicero , Lucretius , Horace ) and some in French (Rousseau , Voltaire , Marmontel , and Manon Roland ). The English writers quoted include Mary Robinson .
McLeod, Deborah. The Minerva Press. University of Alberta, 1997.
Intertextuality and Influence Anna Atkins
This novel keeps its good and bad characters carefully distinct. Olive ministers to the fallen Mary; Matthew, when he gets an opportunity, strangles his wife. In due course follows a court scene, and he is...
Intertextuality and Influence Lydia Howard Sigourney
She said she took her inspiration from Cicero 's De senectute (On Old Age), feeling that on this topic a Christian ought to be able to produce something more worthwhile than even a virtuous heathen.
“Dictionary of Literary Biography online”. Gale Databases: Literature Resource Center-LRC.
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Intertextuality and Influence Frances Arabella Rowden
An advertisement (dated 13 April 1810) promises to delineate not only friendship's pleasures but all the great and heroic deeds inspired by it.
Rowden, Frances Arabella. The Pleasures of Friendship. A Poem. 1810.
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Even love consists of friendship, when it is abstracted from the...
Intertextuality and Influence Alison Cockburn
She resisted still more firmly the conventions around opening and closing letters, having a detestation of lyeing epithets of humble servants and stuff, and dear Sir and nonsense. Pliny and Cicero and Paul never begun...
Intertextuality and Influence Frances Arabella Rowden
The second part opens with quotations from Cicero and Voltaire .
Rowden, Frances Arabella. The Pleasures of Friendship. A Poem. 1810.
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It includes a picture of connubial love gone sour, turned to mutual wrongs, and mutual hate.
Rowden, Frances Arabella. The Pleasures of Friendship. A Poem. 1810.
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Its examples of heroic friendship include...
Intertextuality and Influence Caroline Frances Cornwallis
Each of these two books opens with a quotation from Cicero ; the first goes on to relate (in the usual veiled terms) the history of the series, and provides a chronology (repeated in the...
Intertextuality and Influence Anne Francis
AF writes in the style of mid-century poets Gray and especially Collins , whose names she specifically invokes and whose words she echoes, along with classics of the past like Petrarch . She records an...
Intertextuality and Influence Fanny Aikin Kortright
Pro Aris et Focis shares the antifeminist tone of The Court Suburb Magazine. The Latin phrase, meaning for [our] altars and hearths, was used by Cicero and many others to imply devotion to sacred...
Intertextuality and Influence Anne-Thérèse de Lambert
She begins her essay on old age (in the form of a letter to her daughter) by pointing out that Cicero has written on this topic too, to offer some guidance to those who have...
Intertextuality and Influence Edith Mary Moore
The title-page quotes from Shakespeare (What's past is Prologue) and Cicero (That cannot be said too often which is not yet understood).
Moore, Edith Mary. The Defeat of Woman. C.W. Daniel Co., 1935.
prelims
The chapters run from Women and the Struggle...
Intertextuality and Influence Hannah More
The title-page quotation from Paradise Lost features the archangel Raphael's pronouncement that it is better for human beings to know That which before us lies in daily life than things remote.
Feminist Companion Archive.
According to critic...
Literary responses Sarah Chapone
Mary Delany said SCwould shine in an assembly composed of Tully s, Homer s, and Milton s.
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray, Brian Harrison, and Lawrence Goldman, editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
Though Homer and Cicero are connected chiefly with oral texts, the inclusion of Milton suggests that Delany...

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