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The novel explores the themes of leadership and patriotism by comparing and contrasting the two protagonists/antagonists of the story. Little survives from history, so the account is heavily fictionalized.
- Beetz, Kirk H. (editor) (1996). "The Antagonists". Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction. Beacham Publishing, University of Michigan. 1: 169–171.
- "Literary Precedents for The Antagonists". Bookrags.
- Movie Review: Masada, The Prayer Foundation, 8 May 2008.
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