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Review: The Spirit of Rome
Reviewed Works: The Roman Spirit in Religion, Thought, and Art by Albert Grenier; The Mind of Rome by Cyril Bailey; Die Originalität der römischen Literatur by Günther Jachmann; A Study of the Causes of Rome's Wars from 343 to 265 B. C. by J. W. Spaeth, Jr.
Review by: G. H. Stevenson
The Classical Review
Vol. 41, No. 2 (May, 1927), pp. 72-74
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