Carrying on the tradition of the I Claudius genre, and in its way measures up favorably -- a grand job, with some fine...

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A TROJAN ENDING

Carrying on the tradition of the I Claudius genre, and in its way measures up favorably -- a grand job, with some fine writing. Lacks the gossipy quality that made the Graves' books such fun, but skillfully brushes the dust off faded glories and presents scholarly research deftly, with only occasional spots that seem heavy going for summer reading. The last years of the Trojan War, interweaving of history, legend and myth, levingly presented.

Pub Date: Aug. 10, 1937

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Random House

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Aug. 1, 1937