Just found this section, so thought I'd post :)
Are there any other fans of Robert Graves' historical fiction? I, Claudius and Claudius the God being the two most famous. Although my personal favourite is Count Belisarius, set in the later Roman Empire.
As an aside, aspiring writers would...
20th June 2013 01:15 PM
Watch the Northwind Rise (1949) by Robert Graves
(also published as Seven Days in New Crete)
Tales of utopia have a long and varied history in literature. This subgenre of speculative fiction can be traced back at least as far as Plato’s...
Originally posted by I, Brian:
"I'm currently enjoying "I, Cladius" by Robert Graves. He really brings Claudius to life quite excellently, and it's so rich with anecdotes and detail that it reads as an actual authoritive historical account of the Roman Empire - more so than Tacitus or...