Designed to meet the needs of a wide audience Greece and Rome's emphasis is on the literary evaluation of the major Greek and Roman authors. It includes articles on ancient history, art, archaeology, and the classical tradition. A special feature of the journal is the section of SubjectReviews in which publications covering literature, history, archaeology, art, philosophy, and general interest are assessed. The reviews are grouped thematically. Over 90 books are covered in each issue, and the speed with which they are reviewed after publication is a particular strength of thejournal.