In The Theater of the World

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C. Benjamin Tracy is an author, holds a Master of Science in Education, a Bachelor of Arts in English and state certification in Latin, teaching Latin, grades 7 - 12, specializing in the Monarchy-Early Republic of Rome and the Roman-Macedonian Wars. The fascination for Alexander the Great has been lifelong, and it is expressed in the ancient autobiographical novel "In the Theater of the World". Additional publications include three historical articles on Philip V and King Perseus of the Roman-Macedonian Wars, appearing in "UMD Voice", a global publication of the non-profit organization United Macedonian Diaspora. Other articles also appear in the international publication "Zadruga". C. Benjamin Tracy has been interviewed by esteemed author-historian, Aleksandar Donski, and it appears in "UMD Voice", "Macedonian News" of Toronto, courtesy of editor-journalist, Liljana Ristova, "Australian-Macedonian Weekly" of Victoria, and "American Chronicle" courtesy of author-journalist, Risto Stefov. The articles have been translated into Macedonian and Greek. The author is a member of the Suffolk Classical Society of Long Island, New York.

In The Theater of the World

Authored by C Benjamin Tracy
Drawings by Rowan Lewgalon
Cover design or artwork by Federica Costantini
Maps by Blair Parkinson

Ancient historical autobiographical novel of Alexander the Great, age 13 to 20. He introduces himself in his prologue at age 32, narrates his life from age 13 through to age 20. The reader will explore the early evolution of the historical warrior-king, what causes and conditions made him to be known as Alexander the Great. What was he like as a teenager, and was he very different from a teen today? Both young adult and adult readers will find themselves captivated by Alexander's youth.

Publication Date:
1463679432 / 9781463679439
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White with Bleed
Related Categories:
Fiction / Historical / General

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