Spartacus

Spartacus

Book - 1996
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Taylor
& Francis Publishing

The best-selling novel about a slave revolt in ancient Rome and the basis for the popular motion picture.

Blackwell North Amer
Spartacus, a fictionalization of a slave revolt in ancient Rome in 71 B.C., is well known today partly because of the 1960 movie starring Kirk Douglas and Laurence Olivier. It was originally published in 1951 by the author himself, after being turned down by every mainstream publisher of the day because of Fast's blacklisting for his Communist Party sympathies. The story of Spartacus, born a slave, trained as a gladiator, who led a slave revolt that was eventually put down by Crassus, was immensely popular, has sold millions of copies, and has gone through nearly a hundred editions. The appearance of this title in the North Castle series brings back into print a book that many regard as a classic, and is enhanced with a new Introduction by the author.

Publisher: Armonk, N.Y. : North Castle Books, 1996, c1979, c1951
Edition: New ed. with special introduction by the author
ISBN: 9781563245992
156324599X
Branch Call Number: F FAS
Characteristics: 363 p. ; 23 cm

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