>On Fri, 9 May 1997, paula malone writes:
> i'm currently whiling away my time reading caesar's "conquest of gaul".
> strikes me that it is all in the third person ...
> did ol' Julius really refer to himself as the royal "we" or is the
Caesar was not famous for being humble. But, you must remember his
historical context. He was the product of a system that has no modern
equal. He had power and influence of life and death that - for him - was
proof of his power and greatness. He wasn't just conceited, he was
Bruce L. Jones
The Mojave Desert - The Geographic Center of Nowhere