Category Archives: Review Essays

Review of Joan O’Hagan’s “Jerome and His Women”

Review by Richard Blake of Steven Saylor’s “Throne of Caesar” (2018)

Review of Joan O’Hagan’s “A Roman Death”

Edward Gibbon: Man of the Enlightenment

Review of Anthony Crowley’s “The Light of Keeps Passage”

Review of L.J. Trafford’s “Galba’s Men”

Thoughts on the Schubert Piano Sonata in B flat major, D.960

Review of Beth Elliott’s “April and May”

The Sherd of Amenartas: Review of H. Rider Haggard’s “She: A History of Adventure”

Fiction criminelle au sein de l’Académie: Les possibilités créatives et critiques

Crime Fiction within the Academy: The Creative and Critical Possibilities

The Joy of Digital Technology: A Personal History

Review by Richard Blake of Steven Saylor’s “Wrath of the Furies” (2015)

Briefly on Edward Gibbon, by Richard Blake

Richard Blake Review of Allan Massie’s “Caesar”

Review of Steven Saylor’s “Roman Blood”

Review of the Oxford Latin Course

Film and the Roman Empire: Ten of the Best and Worst

Five Recommended Roman Historical Novels (2015)

Review of Walter E. Kaegi, “Heraclius: Emperor of Byzantium”

Review of Mat Coward, “Acts of Destruction” (2014), by Richard Blake

Richard Blake Reviews L. Neil Smith’s “Sweeter than Wine”

Review of Jack England, “Sword of Marathon” by Richard Blake

Review of “Myth and History” by Richard Blake

Dandelions and Dog Days: The Memoirs of a Gentle Giant, Reviewed by Richard Blake