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The book brings Alexander to life in an interesting and gripping fashion; his achievements and his weaknesses are fairly discerned. There is emphasis on the geography of the campaigns, and the decisions taken and the reasons. The primary sources are referred to throughout. The Alexander themes are clearly set out - Alexander as the warrior king and his dealings with the Greeks - Alexander and the Persians and the policy of fusion - Alexander as general. The book is clearly written and helpful for college students of Alexander and the ancient world.

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