I, Claudius is a novel by English writer Robert Graves, first published in 1934, that deals sympathetically with the life of the Roman Emperor Claudius and cynically with the history of the Julio-Claudian Dynasty and Roman Empire, from Julius Caesar's assassination in 44 BC to Caligula's assassination in AD 41. Graves's interpretation of the story owes much to the histories of Gaius Cornelius Tacitus, Plutarch, and (especially) Suetonius (Lives of the Twelve Caesars). Graves translated Suetonius before writing the novel. Graves continued his tale (from Claudius's accession after Caligula's death to his death in 54, as well as a sequel involving the early life of Herod Agrippa) in Claudius the God (1935). Both books were adapted by the BBC into an award-winning television serial, I, Claudius.
Time Magazine included the novel in its list of TIME 100 Best English-language Novels from 1923 to 2005.
罗伯特•格雷夫斯（Robert Graves, 1895-1985，诗人兼小说家，他的古罗马帝国三部曲《我，克劳迪斯》（I, Claudius）、《克劳迪斯神和他的妻子梅萨利纳》（Claudius the God and His Wife Messalina）、《贝利萨里乌斯伯爵》（Count Belisarius）是现代历史小说经典之作，现实主义的表现手法使生活在古代的人物具有亲近感，同时又保持了历史性。
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