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From the Publisher"These essays - lively and learned - give new depth to the greatest gladiator film of all time. Historians and film scholars pool their talents to show afresh how Kubrick’s Spartacus was made and what this ancient slave revolt means to us today."
–Natalie Zemon Davis, author of The Return of Martin Guerre and Slaves on Screen
"Nobody teaching a classics film course and no classics library can afford to be without this book. It is a major contribution to our understanding of one of the most popular and important films on the ancient world. Packed with perceptive analysis and fascinating facts, this book approaches Spartacus from a wide variety of perspectives, and there is admirable depth as well as breadth."
–Paul Murgatroyd, McMaster University