Definitive, comprehensive and unparalleled - a fresh look for Graves's classic retelling of the Greek Myths
Regarded as little more than a stammering fool, the nobleman Claudius quietly survives the intrigues, bloody purges and mounting cruelty of the imperial Roman dynasties.
War is raging between the Greeks and the Trojans, and Achilles, the great champion of the Greek army, is angrily sulking in his tent and refusing to fight after a furious rove with his commander, Agamemnon.
The story of the Middle East in the early 20th century--through the eyes of two of that period's greatest Englishmen--Robert Graves and Lawrence of Arabia.
A real historical figure, the British surgeon Dr. William Palmer was accused in 1856 of murdering fourteen people by means of poison. The Dr. Kevorkian trial of the 19th century, with a bit of O.J. Simpson mixed in for good measure, the scandal entranced nearly the entire population of the British Isles. Everyone had an opinion on the case--including esteemed poet and historical fabulist Robert Graves.
A classic children’s book of verse by Robert Graves evokes the world of Victorian England.
A book for children that makes the Trojan War vivid and accessible.
Back in print, an indispensable resource for writers of English prose from Robert Graves.
A story of magic and mischief...unforgettable pictures by a master illustrator...a long-forgotten classic - what could be more delightful?