I, Claudius

Later references

A. E. van Vogt wrote a novel, Empire of the Atom, which is a wholesale translation of Graves's novel into science fiction.

In the last page of The Areas of My Expertise, John Hodgman includes a table comparing his "future works" with I, Claudius.

In 1998, software developer C.J. Silverio noted that several long passages of the novel The Manchurian Candidate seemed to be adapted from Robert Graves' novel.[8]


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