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Publications:  Dr Rachel Bryant Davies

Bryant Davies R(2020). ‘Puzzling Antiquity in The Boy’s Own Paper’. Pasts at Play Childhood Encounters with History in British Culture, 1750-1914, Editors: Bryant Davies, R, Gribling, B,
Bryant Davies R(2020). Through the proscenium arch. Time Travellers: Victorian encounters with time and history, Chicago University Press
Bryant Davies R(2019). A subject which is peculiarly adapted to all cyclists’: popular understandings of classical archaeology in the nineteenth-century press. Victorian Culture and the Origin of Disciplines, Editors: Lightman, B, Zon, B, Routledge
Bryant Davies R(2018). Fish, Firemen, and Prize Fighters: The Transformation of the Iliad and Aeneid on the London Burlesque Stage. Epic Performances from the Middle Ages into the Twenty-First Century, Editors: Macintosh, F, McConnell, J, Harrison, S, Kenward, C et al., Oxford University Press
Bryant Davies R(2018). Victorian Epic Burlesque: A Critical Anthology of Nineteenth-Century Theatrical Entertainments after Homer. Bloomsbury Academic
Bryant Davies R(2018). Troy, Carthage and the Victorians: The Drama of Ruins in the Nineteenth Century Imagination. Cambridge University Press
Bryant Davies R(2017). The Figure of Mary Mother of God in Christus Patiens: Fragmenting Tragic Myth and Passion Narrative in a Byzantine Appropriation of Euripidean Tragedy. The Journal of Hellenic Studies vol. 137, 188-212.
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