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  • 13 of 13 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Coatesville-Clay Twp PL - Coatesville F WILDER (Text) 78321000005414 Adult Fiction Available -
Hagerstown Jefferson Twp PL - Hagerstown FICTION WILD (Text) 39213000163810 Classic Available -
Indiana State Library - Indianapolis ISLM PS3545.I345 I3 1948 (Text) 0000103111233 General book Available -
Ladoga Clark Twp PL - Ladoga FIC WIL (Text) 34545000040943 Adult Available -
Noble Co PL - Central (Albion) CLASSIC WIL (Text) 38131000736123 NCPLC-Classic Fiction Available -
North Webster Comm. PL - North Webster WIL Classic (Text) 72436000037137 Classic Fiction Available -
Oxford PL - Oxford FIC WIL (Text) 34045000068671 Fiction Available -
Pike Co PL - Petersburg Main Library FIC WIL (Text) 38650990136275 Classic Available -
Poseyville Carnegie PL - Poseyville A 813 Wild (Text) 70651000014467 Archive Available -
Shelby Co PL - Shelbyville Main Library F WIL (Text) 78731000017205 Fiction Available -
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  • ISBN: 0060914033
  • Physical Description: 246 pages ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: New York : Harper, 1987.

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The classic Thornton Wilder novel that recreates the dazzling ancient Roman empire of Julius Caesar'now with a new introduction by Jeremy McCarter, author of Young Radicals and co-author (with Lin-Manuel Miranda) of the #1 New York Times bestseller Hamilton: The Revolution. First published in 1948, The Ides of March is a brilliant epistolary novel of the Rome of Julius Caesar. Through imaginary letters and documents, Wilder brings to life a dramatic period of world history and one of its magnetic personalities. In this novel, the Caesar of history becomes Caesar the human being as he appeared to his family, his legions, his Rome, and his empire in the months just before his death. In Wilder's inventive narrative, all Rome comes crowding through his pages: Romans of the slums, of the villas, of the palaces, brawling youths and noble ladies and prostitutes, and the spies and assassins stalking Caesar in his Rome. Vivid, compelling, and engaging, The Ides of March showcases Thornton Wilder's unique storytelling genius.
Subject: Caesar, Julius > Fiction.
Heads of state > Fiction.
FICTION / Classics.
FICTION / Literary.
FICTION / Epistolary.
Rome > History > 53-44 B.C. > Fiction.
Genre: Biographical fiction.
Epistolary fiction.

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