Restless Youth in Ancient Rome presents an inclusive portrayal of the perceptions the Romans had of youth and of the role of this age group in a wide variety of domains - philosphy, literature, education, the law, the army, politics, leisure, amorous pursuits and family life. Emiel Eyben considers the involved farrago of thoughts, feelings and behaviour of youth throughout the period and shows how youth itself put its stamp on its environment.
Introduction Chapter I. Youth as a distinct age of man Chapter II. Youth and the established order Chapter III. The leisure activities of youth Chapter IV. Youthful thinking Chapter V. The emotional life of the young TOman Conclusion Bibliography Indices
Dimensioni: 8.5 x 5.5 in
Pagine Arabe: 376