Issue 2 (January 2020):

Resistance in the Long-Nineteenth Century

Review: Laura Eastlake, Ancient Rome and Victorian Masculinity
Author:
Quentin Broughall (Independent Scholar)
Author Biography:

Quentin J. Broughall is an independent scholar and writer. His research interests are centred on the reception of antiquity in Britain and the United States during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, especially how perceptions of imperial Rome evolved. He is currently writing a book on Gore Vidal and the classical world.

Email: 

qb@quentinbroughall.com
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