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Preface Acknowledgments 1. Introduction 2. A Sort of Prelude: The Tao of the Romans PART ONE: The Moment of Truth in Ancient Rome: Honor and Embodiment in a Contest Culture 3. Light and Fire 4. Stone and Ice: The Remedies of Dishonor PART TWO Confession and the Roman Soul 5. The Spirit Speaking 6. Confession and the Remedies of Defeat PART THREE: On the Wire: The Experience of Shame in Ancient Rome 7. The Poise of Shame 8. The Poison of Shame{--} and Its Antidotes 9. Conclusions: Choosing Life Philosophical Coda: The Sentiment and the Symbol Bibliography Index

About the Author

Carlin A. Barton is Professor of History at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and author of The Sorrows of the Ancient Romans (1993).

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"A bold book. . . . written with passion. Like her earlier Sorrows of the Ancient Romans, it is also likely to arouse passionate responses, positive and negative, among her professional colleagues. The pace is rapid, the argument built up under short vivid sub-sections." * Times Literary Supplement *

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