Lucius Junius Brutus
"The main interest of the play lies in its defense of Whig policies, by means of the historical parallel to Rome, thus showing why the Augustan Age was Augustan in politics as well as poetics. . . . Loftis's introduction is alone worth the purchase of the volume."-Choice
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