The SatyriconBook - 1986
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The Satyricon, is a raucous and witty novel that parodies earlier Greek and Roman epics (especially Homer's Odyssey). It was written during the reign of the Roman emperor Nero (54–68 A.D.), and gives its readers an entertaining and sometimes harrowing glimpse of the shape and vicissitudes of life... Read More »
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