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I Am Livia

By Phyllis T. Smith

I Am Livia
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  • Published in USA  Apr 2014,
    390 pages.

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  • Judith W. (Brooklyn, NY)


    Live live Livia!
    Livia was one of my favorite characters in PBS's production of "I, Claudius" and it was rewarding to read her story from her point of view. Would have read this in one sitting if I could (but did devour it in a few days). The story was compelling enough that I was waiting to see 'how it turned out', even though I already knew parts of the story. This has also reawakened my interest in Roman history and I am pulling out Massie's 'Augustus' and looking for my copy of 'I, Claudius'.
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