Robert Graves (1895-1985) was a preeminent English poet, novelist, critic, translator, and scholar of classical mythology. He served in World War I--an experience recounted in his 1929 autobiography, Good-Bye to All That--and later became the first professor of English literature at the University of Cairo. Best remembered today for his acclaimed historical novels about the Roman emperor Claudius, I, Claudius and Claudius the God, his other books include The White Goddess, The Hebrew Myths, and Collected Poems. Trained as a Roman historian at Princeton (AB), Oxford (MPhil), and Stanford (PhD), Dan-el Padilla Peralta is Assistant Professor of Classics at Princeton University. He is affiliated with Princeton's Program in Latino Studies and was recently named a Faculty Fellow in Service and Civic Engagement. His 2015 memoir Undocumented: A Dominican Boy's Odyssey from a Homeless Shelter to the Ivy League (Penguin) received an Alex Award from the American Library Association. Dan-el is now writing a second book on the religious world of the Roman Middle Republic.