Spartacus, Novel (1952) by Howard Fast, PDF book



SPARTACUS is his epic achievement, a thrilling, eloquent testament to man's unquenchable courage and his passion for freedom.

Spartacus is a 1951 historical novel by American writer Howard Fast. The time of the beginning of this story is 71 B.C.

Spartacus was a Thracian gladiator who, along with Crixus, Gannicus, Castus, and Oenomaus, was one of the escaped slave leaders in the Third Servile War,

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Author: Howard Fast
Publication Date:1952

Best Quotes 
“There is nothing more important than being a man, just a plain, ordinary, human man. I know you think Spartacus is something more than a man. He isn't. If he were, then he wouldn't be any good at all. There is no great mystery about Spartacus.”

“I don't think a man is blessed with memory. More often he is cursed with it. I have too many memories.”

“Let us say that kindness costs me so little and rewards me well.”


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