The works listed will allow your students to further explore the theme
of The Breakdown of Authority and other themes related to Julius
Anderson, Paul L. Swords in the North. New York: Biblio, 1957.
A story about Caesar's conquest of Britain. (easy)
Crozier, William. The Fates Are Laughing. New York: Harcourt,
1945. A novel of ancient Rome in the days of Tiberius (42 B.C.-A.D.
37) and the early Christians. (average)
Warner, Rex. Imperial Caesar. Boston: Little, 1960. Fictional
account of Caesar's recollections of 15 years as he lies sleepless the
night before his fatal visit to the senate. (average)
Bradford, Ernie. Julius Caesar: The Pursuit of Power. New York:
Morrow, 1984. Critical account of the rise and fall of Julius Caesar.
Caesar, Julius. The Battle for Gaul. Translated by Anne and Peter
Wiseman. London: Chatto, 1980. Readable, illustrated translation of
Caesar's best-known work about his conquest of Gaul.
Chute, Marchette. Stories from Shakespeare. New York: New American
Library (a Mentor Book), 1959. Retelling of all 36 plays in modern language.