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Description: The Classical Review publishes informative reviews from leading
scholars on new work covering the literatures and civilizations of ancient
Greece and Rome. Publishing over 150 high quality reviews and 50 brief notes
every year, The Classical Review is an indispensable reference
tool, essential for keeping abreast with current classical scholarship.
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