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    others. She only ever refers to her parents as “Mom and Dad”. Augustus is a boy who finds the beauty in Hazel not just in her looks but on the inside. He always puts a cigaret between his teeth and would say “You put the killing thing right between your teeth, but you don't give it the power to do it's killing.” Augustus was always there for Hazel, he loved hanging out with her till his last days. A few of the minor characters are Isaac, he is also a cancer patient and a few weeks he is going…

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    love. They both are very sick with different types of cancer. Augustus ends up falling in love with Hazel. Hazel meets Augustus at a group for people with different types of sicknesses. Augustus is a very good person if you need someone to change your views about life and views about sickness. Augustus displays the power of one by standing up for his beliefs, By taking a stand against society and affecting change in Hazel's life. Augustus stands up for his beliefs. He stands up for his beliefs…

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    Henry Augustus Squires, a merchant in Salt Lake City, had a complicated departure from the Church. In the spring of 1866, Henry returned to England. Sarah soon followed with their younger children. His plural wife, Emma Caroline Slade Squires, refused to go and stayed in Salt Lake City with their three sons. Emma gave birth to a daughter six months after Henry left. According to one of Henry’s granddaughters, Brigham Young advised the move because of Henry’s health problems. Other accounts…

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    This biographical sketch primarily looks at the life of Augustus Caesar from his birth to his death. Looking at achievements he made as an emperor of the Ancient Rome and how he acquired the power. His family is also looked into. The first emperor after the death of Julius Caesar, Caesar Augustus, commonly known as Octavian was born Gaius Octavius on September 23, 63 B.C., in Velletri, Italy approximately 40km from Rome, into an old and wealthy equestrian branch of the plebian Octavii family.…

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    from ‘Princeps Senatus’, meaning ‘First among equals’, which gave an individual the privilege of being the first to speak in the Senate and being the first name on the roster. This title was used officially by Augustus (then Octavian) because it had no royal connotations. In actuality, Augustus had auctoritas (‘authority’) far greater than that of merely a Princeps. He was an Emperor, but he did not explicitly say so, for his predecessor Julius Caesar had done similarly and as a consequence was…

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    battle against Egypt. So, once Augustus had claimed his position in…

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    bestowed upon him, including the name "Augustus,". Augustus is translated as “the illustrious one”. The Roman Principate was established and he was now the emperor. He was now in full control. In 23 BC, he became ill and nearly died. Augustus resigned as consul but took a took an imperius majus…

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    According to him a good leader is not only distinguished through his military victories but also through his governing, personality and character. Suetonius seems to favour the leadership of Augustus above the leadership of the other Caesars. In his writing on Augustus he prefers to stay somewhat neutral and form a conclusion on his leadership as he analyses the emperor’s life. In extreme contrast to this stand his depiction of Caligula and Nero. In his accounts of them he strongly…

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    commissioned by Augustus to write it, so of course it shed a positive light upon his current lord. It becomes extremely obvious in Book 6 when Anchises is telling Aeneas of the future heroes of Rome. After giving very brief descriptions of the heroes who would come, he goes into far greater detail over a certain one. He says, “And here is the man promised to you, Augustus Caesar, born of the gods, who will establish again a Golden Age”(Virgil, Book 6, 939-941). This praising of Augustus is…

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    introducing the audience to the Octavian family and how they are connected to Augustus’ family. Once the author gave the back ground of the Octavian family, he explains how they are related to Augustus’ family. That is when the author started getting into the Augustus family. He begins to introduce the Augustus family by informing the audience of how the family came on the scene, starting off with the Great- grandfather of Augustus’ family. The authors…

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