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Fortune"s Favorites Portraits of Some American Corporations, an Anthology (Essay Index Reprint) by Editors of Fortune Magazine

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Published by Ayer Co Pub .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Business/Economics

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The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11514251M
ISBN 100836904516
ISBN 109780836904512

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  Colleen McCullough is the author of The Thorn Birds, Tim, An Indecent Obsession, A Creed for the Third Millennium, The Ladies of Missalonghi, The First Man in Rome, The Grass Crown, Fortune's Favorites, Caesar's Women, Caesar, and other novels. She lives with her husband on Norfolk Island in the South : HarperCollins Publishers.   With incomparable storytelling skill, New York Times bestselling author Colleen McCullough brings Rome alive in all her majesty—and illuminates the world of those favored by the gods at birth. In a time of cataclysmic upheaval, a bold new generation of Romans vied for greatness amid the disintegrating remnants of their beloved Republic.   Read new romance book reviews, posts from your favorite authors, samples, exciting digital first publications and e-book specials. Fortune's Favorites. by Colleen McCullough. We'd love you to buy this book, and hope you find this page convenient in locating a place of purchase.   Fortune’s Favorites audiobook, by Colleen McCullough Return to Ancient Rome - where politics, ambition, and greed collide in the fortunes of two fiercely powerful men: Lucius Cornelius Sulla, the great general who returns from exile to be installed as dictator, and then stuns Rome with his startling self-imposed retirement; and Pompey, the young 4/5.

Fortune's Favorites | With incomparable storytelling skill, New York Times bestselling author Colleen McCullough brings Rome alive in all her majesty--and illuminates the world of those favored by the gods at a time of cataclysmic upheaval, a bold new generation of Romans vied for greatness amid the disintegrating remnants of their beloved Republic. Preview of Fortune's Favorites Summary. The most obvious theme in Fortune's Favorites is that of fortune and destiny — to greatness, disaster, or obscurity. Most of the major characters — Caesar, Sulla, Pompey, Spartacus, and Sertorius — are described as either being one of "fortune's favorites" or having been completely abandoned by fortune.   Fortune's Favorites (Book): McCullough, Colleen: "In a time of cataclysmic upheaval, a bold new generation of Romans vied for greatness amid the disintegrating remnants of their beloved Republic. They were the chosen - and the cursed - blessed with wealth and privilege yet burdened by the dictates of destiny in a savage struggle for power that would . In her third majestic tale of Rome ( B.C.), McCullough spotlights three mighty beings and the frictive sparks from their occasional interactions: Sulla, Dictator of Rome, whose early career was chronicled in The First Man in Rome () and The Grass Crown (); the military juggernaut Pompey; and the great Julius Caesar, ``the greatest prime mover of them all.'' Again, .