Ad Lucilium epistulae morales, Volume 3

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Harvard University Press, 1962
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User Review  - Johannes99 - LibraryThing

While reading the letters of Seneca to Lucilius (we know nothing of him) you could often well imagine that they were written yesterday. Seneca is a Stoic but a very practical one. The letters are made ... Read full review

Review: Epistles 1-65 (Loeb Classical LibraryŽ)

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These are the ramblings of a curmudgeonly old Senator who quit politics so he could spend his days sitting around his villa, outside ancient Naples, thinking about death. At one point, he opts to ... Read full review

Contents

ON THE QUALITY AS CONTRASTED WITH THE LENGTH OF LIFE
3
ON THE VALUE OF ADVICE
11
ON THE USEFULNESS OF BASIC PRINCIPLES
58

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