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Davis, Lavinia R. "In Ancient Britain."

New York Times Book Review 4 (January 1959): 26. The review comments on the well-drawn characters and the exciting plot of The Eagle of the Ninth.

Horovitz, Carolyn. "Dimensions in Time: A Critical View of Historical Fiction for Children." Horn Book 38 (June 1962): 142-143. This article focuses on the contrast of the Roman and British elements in the novel and on the author's ability to establish a strong sense of place.

Meek, Margaret. Rosemary Suteliff. London: Bodley Head, 1962. This critical study covers the works written before 1962. It gives the most detailed analysis of the literary qualities of the novels and shows how the themes are related in several works.

"Old Unhappy Far-Off Things." Times Literary Supplement 25 (November 1960): 15. This article points out the inspiration that Sutcliff derives from Rudyard Kipling and analyzes her prose style.

Sutcliff, Rosemary. "Thank You Address to the Children's Literature Association in...

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