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Roma Despues del Incendio

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Published February 28th 2006 by Planeta Deagostini (first published 2006)
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-Emoción y emotividad no son exactamente lo mismo-.

Género. Novela histórica.

Lo que nos cuenta. Tácito, buscando documentación para su Historiae, contacta con un descendiente de los Claudios que fue testigo de excepción del terrible interregno que transcurrió desde la muerte de Nerón hasta la toma del poder por Vespasiano. Ese testigo, nuestro protagonista, comienza a mandar por carta parte de los datos solicitados. Pero no todos sus recuerdos, que llegan hasta el mandato de Domiciano, deben ser
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Allan Massie (born 1938) is a well-known Scottish journalist, sports writer and novelist. Massie is one of Scotland's most prolific and well-known journalists, writing regular columns for The Scotsman, The Sunday Times (Scotland) and the Scottish Daily Mail. He is also the author of nearly 30 books, including 20 novels. He is notable for writing about the distant past.
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