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Includes bibliographical references (pages 141-150) and index.
1. Spartacus in nineteenth-century England: proletarian, Pole and Christ / Leanne Hunnings -- 2. Some Victorian versions of Greco-Roman epic / Stephen Harrison -- 3. Classics in British poetry of the First World War / Elizabeth Vandiver -- 4. Stages of imagination: Greek plays on BBC Radio / Amanda Wrigley -- 5. Torn bodies: sparagmos and female power on the late twentieth-century British stage / Ruth Hazel -- 6. Decolonising the mind? Contoversial productions of Greek drama in post-colonial England, Scotland and Ireland / Lorna Hardwick -- 7. Reconstructed pasts: Rome and Britain, child and adult in Kipling's Puck of Pooh's Hill and Rosemary Sutcliff's historical fiction / Deborah H. Roberts -- 8. The memorable past: antiquity and girlhood in the works of Mary Butts and Naomi Mitchison / Sheila Murnaghan.
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