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  • These pages reverberate with the influence of Robert Graves's novels of Rome.

    A Kingdom of Wonder, For Those With Eyes to See

  • But the RSC came to the rescue, and unforgettable, too, was Baker's corrupt Tiberius in I, Claudius 1976, the BBC adaptation of Robert Graves's novels about the Roman emperor Claudius that proved one of its greatest drama successes.

    George Baker obituary

  • "Wildlife Services seeks a balance among various priorities, including wildlife and environmental conservation, human health and safety, financial considerations and social factors," Carol Bannerman, a Wildlife Services spokeswoman, wrote in a response to questions about Mr. Graves's work.

    In Afghanistan, the War on Jirds Is Actually Going Pretty Well

  • Mr. Graves's job can be dangerous, and he gets hazardous-duty pay.

    In Afghanistan, the War on Jirds Is Actually Going Pretty Well

  • Mr. Graves's assistant is a bearded Afghan falconer, 49-year-old Mohammed Arif, who was a mujahedeen fighter in the 1980s when Bagram was a Soviet base.

    In Afghanistan, the War on Jirds Is Actually Going Pretty Well

  • Some of Mr. Graves's birds — drawn in ink or watercolor on thin, crinkled paper — though Chinese in spirit are closer to Audubon than Asia.

    Taking Senses to the Extreme

  • A key principle of Mr. Graves's approach is accessibility—and, just as importantly, an element of fun.

    Michael Graves

  • Mr. Graves's own limited mobility provided a personal understanding and a deeper connection to one of his current projects: creating more attractive and accessible furniture for hospital patients.

    Michael Graves

  • Many parts of Mr. Graves's house are an exercise in guess-what-it-is: The library shelves, which appear to be bird's-eye maple, are actually a combination of fiberboard and PVC piping; the walls in the dining area off the kitchen move to reveal cabinets.

    Michael Graves

  • "Or take the case of Michael Graves's multiple proposals for an addition to Breuer's Whitney Museum," Mr. Semes continues, referring to the idiosyncratic 1966 structure on Madison Avenue.

    The Bias Against Tradition

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