The Ides of March Have Come

This novel, a work of alternate history, describes what might have happened, if Julius Caesar had not been assassinated on the 15th day of March (that is, “the Ides of March”), 44 BCE. The story is told from multiple points of view, with flashbacks providing a great deal of the background. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Historical » Ancient
  • Words: 141,520
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781310110405
About Bruce MacQueen

Bruce MacQueen is a professor of classics and has taught courses in Latin, Greek, and Greco-Roman civilization at many different colleges and universities, in both the United States and Poland. The Ides of March Have Come is his first venture into fiction, but he has a rather long list of publications (books, book chapters, articles, conference papers) on a very wide range of topics. In addition to his interest in the classics, he also works in neurolinguistics, that is, the science of brain and language, and has even published in the field (22 articles listed in PubMed, perhaps a record for a classicist). The passages in The Ides of March Have Come that describe head injuries and their effects are largely based on this work in neurolinguistics.

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