History Literature / QuoVadis

23rd Jun '16 1:11:34 AM PaulA
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2nd Jun '16 6:02:03 PM SpectralTime
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* LoveRedeems

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* LoveRedeemsLoveMartyr: Acte, the only person in the world who still loves Nero, having fallen in love with the good person he used to be.
* LoveRedeems: It moves Vincius to grow from an impetuous hothead and warmonger into a loving, compassionate person.
6th Apr '16 10:38:43 AM Mdumas43073
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A HistoricalFiction novel set in AncientRome, '''''Quo Vadis?''''' (1896) is internationally the most well-known work of Polish writer Henryk Sienkiewicz, also known for the ''Literature/SienkiewiczTrilogy''. ''Quo Vadis'' tells the story of Marcus Vinicius, a young pagan Roman officer, and Lygia, a Christian barbarian {{princess}} raised in a Roman household. The novel is set against the events surrounding the Great Fire of Rome of AD 64, including the Roman persecution of Christians.

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A HistoricalFiction novel set in AncientRome, '''''Quo Vadis?''''' ''Quo Vadis?'' (1896) is internationally the most well-known work of Polish writer Henryk Sienkiewicz, also known for the ''Literature/SienkiewiczTrilogy''. ''Quo Vadis'' Vadis?'' tells the story of Marcus Vinicius, a young pagan Roman officer, and Lygia, a Christian barbarian {{princess}} raised in a Roman household. The novel is set against the events surrounding the Great Fire of Rome of AD 64, including the Roman persecution of Christians.
25th Jan '16 6:57:52 PM Exxolon
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A HistoricalFiction novel set in AncientRome, ''Quo Vadis?'' (1896) is internationally the most well-known work of Polish writer Henryk Sienkiewicz, also known for the ''Literature/SienkiewiczTrilogy''. ''Quo Vadis'' tells the story of Marcus Vinicius, a young pagan Roman officer, and Lygia, a Christian barbarian {{princess}} raised in a Roman household. The novel is set against the events surrounding the Great Fire of Rome of AD 64, including the Roman persecution of Christians.

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A HistoricalFiction novel set in AncientRome, ''Quo Vadis?'' '''''Quo Vadis?''''' (1896) is internationally the most well-known work of Polish writer Henryk Sienkiewicz, also known for the ''Literature/SienkiewiczTrilogy''. ''Quo Vadis'' tells the story of Marcus Vinicius, a young pagan Roman officer, and Lygia, a Christian barbarian {{princess}} raised in a Roman household. The novel is set against the events surrounding the Great Fire of Rome of AD 64, including the Roman persecution of Christians.
20th Sep '15 9:15:16 AM Berrenta
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28th May '15 9:58:28 AM Aquila89
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* FaceDeathWithDignity: The Christians who are killed in the persecution die in such a noble way that they make the executioners look like criminals (as Petronius points out).
28th May '15 9:57:02 AM Aquila89
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* DateRapeAverted

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* DateRapeAvertedDateRapeAverted: Ursus defends Lygia from Vincius' unwanted advances.



* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Chilon after seeing people he sold out crucified. The fact that they forgive him leads to his HeelFaithTurn.

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Chilon after seeing people he sold out crucified.being burned alive. The fact that they forgive him leads to his HeelFaithTurn.



* RedemptionEqualsDeath: Chilon.

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* RedemptionEqualsDeath: Chilon. After he takes a HeelFaithTurn, he's tortured to death like other Christians.



* SaintlyChurch

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* SaintlyChurchSaintlyChurch: The early Christian church in Rome is portrayed in such a manner.
28th May '15 9:53:59 AM Aquila89
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* HistoricalDomainCharacter: Petronius, Nero, Poppaea, Saint Peter and Saint Paul play prominent roles.
16th Apr '15 4:36:04 AM DeepRed
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9th Feb '15 3:55:41 AM PiotrFranciszek
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* RunningGag: Petronius' dislike of craftsmen and him comparising others' rude or barbaric behaviour to different occupations. "Calm thyself," said Petronius. "Thou hast the longing of a carpenter from the Subura."

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* RunningGag: Petronius' dislike of craftsmen and him comparising others' rude or barbaric behaviour to different occupations. "Calm ("Calm thyself," said Petronius. "Thou hast the longing of a carpenter from the Subura."")
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