Harry Mount's latest attempt to update the classics causes pleasure and pain to Henry Hopwood Phillips.
Communicant but resentful: Henry Hopwood Phillips reviews the enigmatic collected poems of Geoffrey HIll.
Henry Hopwood finds that sparks fly only intermittently in Sudhir Hazareesingh’s enquiry into the Gallic temperament
Henry Hopwood admires a book which attempts to show the enduring relevance of the Classics.
Robert Tombs's book restores meaning to an identity which refuses to be abolished says Henry Hopwood Phillips.
John Julius Norwich's survey of Sicily's bumpy history.