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Master Tully' is the first full-scale examinnation of the influence of the Roman statesman, orator, essayist, and stylist Marcus Tullius Cicero upon English intellectual and cultural life during the sixteenth century. Following early chapters on Cicero's life, career, and writings, the author examines Cicero's reputation during the mediaeval period, with special emphasis upon the manuscript tradition of Ciceronian works, and details the emergence of Cicero as a model of the ideal civic humanist during the early years of the Renaissance in Italy.
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