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Aurelius, Marcus. Meditations. Translated by A.S.L. Farquharson. Introd. by D.A. Rees. London, Dent: New York, Dutton, 1961.

Summary: Marcus Aurelius was a Roman Emperor who earned the respect of his subjects as one of the Five Good Emperors of Rome. In his writings called Meditations, a theory source, which was initially written as a series of writings for self-development, he addresses the issues of what makes a good emperor and, to an extent, a good person.

Use-value: Aurelius is showing what he deems proper behavior. Thus, most of the characters in the play Titus Andronicus would have actions defined as improper behavior.




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Journal 12 - This journal assignment helped me add more ideas that I can draw upon when analyzing my exhibit sources.

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