Britain's Imperial Muse explores the classics' contribution to British imperialism and to the event of empire in India throughout the lengthy nineteenth century. It unearths the classics position as a foundational resource for confident conceptions of empire and a rhetorical arsenal utilized by commentators to justify conquest and domination, particularly of India.
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