Killing Abraham Lincoln: Who Turned His Nations Defeat Into Victory in the Battle of Five Forks, & the Story of Cincinnatus with Background Notes Festus Ogunbitan

ISBN: 9781469747132

Published: February 15th 2012

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252 pages


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Killing Abraham Lincoln: Who Turned His Nations Defeat Into Victory in the Battle of Five Forks, & the Story of Cincinnatus with Background Notes  by  Festus Ogunbitan

Killing Abraham Lincoln: Who Turned His Nations Defeat Into Victory in the Battle of Five Forks, & the Story of Cincinnatus with Background Notes by Festus Ogunbitan
February 15th 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 252 pages | ISBN: 9781469747132 | 9.71 Mb

This epideictic oratory is dedicated to, Thespis of Icaria, the inventor of acting, the first actor, playwright, director, and producer in the world s theater.My project is a classic drama style of political theater started in Greece thousands ofMoreThis epideictic oratory is dedicated to, Thespis of Icaria, the inventor of acting, the first actor, playwright, director, and producer in the world s theater.My project is a classic drama style of political theater started in Greece thousands of years ago by Thespis of Icaria on the stage for demonstrating the political views of the Greek civilization.

This revolution was passed on to the Romans in the Basilica and Supreme Court where Roman politicians communicate their political views to fellow Romans and Countrymen. Later, the revolution surfaced in England when John Milton, Christopher Marlow, and William Shakespeare started the classic British theater.

In the contemporary period, America has carried on this tradition on the Senate Floor, and the House of Representatives Congress. The country has also generated talk show hosts, comedians, and moviemakers to carry on this tradition of political theater.I came across this idea while studying Masters of Arts in Liberal Arts at Sacramento State University in Sacramento California.

Since then, I have been adapting history of the Greeks, Romans, Americans and other nations, into Greek style epideictic drama, distinctively reflecting the identities and political views of each nation through classic drama.Hoping to permanently retell the history of America, I have decided to use Aristotle s theory of catharsis to rewrite America s history through the locus of all presidents to have a permanent knowledge of America s history.

All the plays shall incorporate the principles of American politics, focusing on the values and virtues of the Conservatives and the Liberals.



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